A couple of months ago, we conducted an analysis to see which were the top markets for office deliveries during the final leg of 2017. The fall-winter pipeline placed New York City at the top of the list, followed by the tech-driven San Francisco, Plano, Texas, and Cupertino, home to Apple’s new ‘spaceship’ campus. We now thought it’d be interesting to see which cities will add the most office space in 2018, and which are the most notable projects currently under construction. By the looks of it, the Big Apple and San Francisco will remain the main targets for office development throughout the following year.
One year ago, we did a round-up of the 50 largest office sales to close in the U.S. during 2016. Our analysis showed a slight slowdown in office sales activity compared to the previous year, but buyer interest remained strong. In keeping with tradition, we’re doing the same thing this year, to see if that interest waned during 2017.
Add Starbucks to the list of companies that don’t want your CASH. According to this Seattle Times report, the overpriced coffee giant is testing a cashless store in downtown Seattle.
Starbucks is experimenting with refusing cash at a posh location in downtown Seattle. Since Tuesday, your money is no good at the cafe inside the Russell Investments Center unless it’s in the form of plastic.