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Relocation

What does it mean for Chicago when a building like the Hancock loses its iconic name?

What does it mean for Chicago when a building like the Hancock loses its iconic name?

By Howard Ecker I’m sure you read or heard a few weeks back that the John Hancock Center’s naming rights will soon be up for sale. The namesake insurance company, which built the 100-story, 1,128-foot skyscraper nearly 50 years ago, asked to have its name and logos removed, much like they did from the 62-story John Hancock Tower in Boston…

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How To Select Office Space In The New Era Of Work

Picking out the perfect office space has always been a complicated decision, but it’s become much more difficult in recent decades. For the majority of human history, companies selected their space based on the headcount of employees they needed to support. Every employee came into the office to complete their tasks, and was hired with the expectation that they would…

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How Michigan Law Firms Can Successfully Navigate an Office Relocation

Moving your law firm can be pricey, challenging, and risky. Problems may include deteriorating team morale, getting locked in to a long-term lease that doesn’t work for the firm, and spending more money than necessary. Firms that do it right in Michigan not only lock in efficient space at economic terms supported by the firm’s overall business plan, but also…

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Another Look At Bar Association Moves And Remodels

When relocating, think about culture and space differently Law offices have changed dramatically over the past few years, with the elimination of traditional law libraries and mountains of paper files, and so have the offices of bar associations. Not only do recent advances in technology and communication make old offices obsolete, but law firms, bar associations, and other organizations are…

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