Sometimes I miss important, relevant things I should be aware of. Such is the case with one of our long-time clients, Paradigm Properties. I quite accidentally stumbled upon the fantastic marketing program Paradigm developed for their 101 Tremont Street property today.
Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman recently returned from Realcomm 2014 in Las Vegas where he joined some of the CRE industry’s most visionary and innovative thought leaders to explore the latest technology innovations impacting the real estate landscape.
Do you dread planning your property’s holiday schedule? Coordinating tenant occupancy, staffing needs, and building operations can often be a hassle, involving multiple emails, phone calls and stacks of paper work.
This month’s customer spotlight shines on Inger Jackson of Spectrum | Emery, a CRE services company that leases and manages eight Class A office buildings in Franklin, TN.
By itself, workflows (or lack thereof) won’t really make or break your organization. You can probably even maintain the status quo without them. But they are also the easiest, most tactical thing you can implement in a relatively short timeframe to bring about a big change in the quality of your tenant service delivery program and your team’s efficiency.
We’re excited to announce that Building Engines client Washington Real Estate Investment Trust will be recognized for two of their properties at the 30th annual Local TOBY Awards Celebration in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, June 12.
This month’s customer spotlight is shining on Michael Prefi, Senior Real Estate Manager, CBRE. A 26-year veteran of the commercial real estate industry, Michael Prefi manages 32 Old Slip in New York City, which is a Class A Commercial Office Building in Manhattan’s Financial District.
Think you’ve gotten all you can out of 2013? Think again. We just released our annual “Best Property Management Content” list from the past year.
As temperatures drop and the cold months linger, property owners and managers are tasked with combatting rising energy costs. Sufficiently heating a commercial real estate building can often drain the wallet – but it doesn’t have to. We’ve compiled a list of the top eight tips for saving money this season.
When evaluating service providers, property owners and managers often want to know what a company’s development plans are and how they reach their decisions. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to distinguish between the thought leaders and the average joes, so we wanted to share our “10 Commandments of Product Development Planning,” gleaned from over 12 years of best practice pursuit.
We are excited to announce major enhancements to our Resource Scheduling Module! New features include easier self-management of shared building resources by property management staff, advanced reservation options, including billable resources, and an improved interactive booking calendar for tenants.
Effective building owners and managers often look for best practice tools and leadership advice from other industries, and Major League Baseball is no exception. In honor of tonight’s World Series Playoff game (Go Sox!), here are five tips to success that property management teams can take from America’s favorite pastime.
In any highly competitive commercial real estate market, where location and price are relatively equal, building owners and managers need to differentiate from other options on the basis of amenities and service in order to retain tenants, attract new ones, and drive profitability. As the economy continues to improve and development picks up, the battle for business will only get tougher, and the same old approach to service doesn’t provide the leverage property owners and managers need to stand out.
When it comes to technology choices for Commercial Real Estate (CRE) property management, knowing which system (or combination of systems) you need to run your business can get confusing. Here at Building Engines we’re often asked what the differences are between the various types of tenant service or maintenance systems and which are the right choices for specific situations. To help answer those questions, we break them down for you below based on functionality and applicability.