We all have the same number of hours in a week, but for some of us the demands on our time are greater. This is true with CEOs. A study published in Harvard Business Review found that each week CEOs work an average of 62.5 hours and attend 37 meetings. Getting the most out of their […]
On October 21, 2016, an entity called the Cherry Revocable Trust purchased two adjacent buildings in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C., for twenty-three million dollars. The buildings, which previously had housed the Textile Museum, were to be converted into a private residence—at twenty-seven thousand square feet, the largest in the city. In January, it was […]
Ware Malcomb’s Heather Goff Steers L’Oreal, Bionic Office Workers Away From the Lonely Desk
L’Oreal workspace designed to boost collaboration gives a glimpse of the office of the future. Courtesy of Ware Malcomb.
To catch a glimpse of the workplace of the future, Ware Malcomb Interior Architecture & Design Director Heather Groff suggests looking at the headquarters […]
Law360 (September 4, 2018, 12:34 PM EDT) — Law firms in New York have been slowly shrinking their amount of space per attorney over the past two years as firms look to cut costs and get rid of space that’s become obsolete in the digital age, according to a recent survey by Law360 of both […]
NYC Brick & Mortar: How Law Firm Office Space Is Changing
Law firms across the country have been shrinking their footprints as aspects of the traditional office model like the library become obsolete and rents in major markets skyrocket. In this first of a four-part series on how the trend is playing out in New York […]
We are pleased to announce that Ruth Colp-Haber of Wharton Property Advisors has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for 30 Wall Street.
30 Wall Street is a 138,000 RSF class A office building. It was built in 1919 and was the original home of Seaman’s Bank.
All roads lead to the new 30 Wall Street, which sits at […]
We were touring Jersey City with a client yesterday and were impressed with the office space bargains available. Jersey City offers both cheaper office rents and significant economic tax incentives. By creating a new job in NJ your firm may be granted anywhere from $500-$5,000 per employee per year. There are also various tax savings […]
Ruth recommends: Anthony Trollope was a contemporary of Charles Dickens. While lesser known than Dickens, in my opinion, he was every bit as good. He wrote part-time while working as a Postal officer during the day. Remarkably, he wrote 38 novels, all by hand and early in the morning before his postal rounds. Perhaps his […]
A study from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012 found that employees who […]