Development

Campus Goes Urban: Technology, Tenant Requirements and the Evolving Workplace

File Type: Conference session
Release Date: October 2013
Development 13 in San Diego, CA

Technology and creative tenants are thinking differently about their workspaces. From office space, to "lobbies", to amenities to neighborhood choice, the value proposition for innovative companies has changed. Explore the impact of changing demographics, increased urbanism, transit, mobile computing and innovation clockspeed on the choices that companies are making about where and how to work.

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Moderator:

  • A-P Hurd, Vice President, Touchstone

Panelists:

  • Andrew Friedman, Managing Director-Capital Transactions, Shorenstein Properties
  • Dean Rostovsky, Director, Clarion Partners
  • Jeff Worthe, Principal, Worthe Real Estate Group

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