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Cushman & Wakefield Announces Collab with Industrious

Cushman & Wakefield recently announced a new collaboration with workplace operator Industrious. The new partners will offer a service called Integrated Building Management that incorporates flexible office and hospitality-driven amenitization into a unified, whole-building approach to property management.

“Together, Industrious and Cushman & Wakefield’s complementary services and attentive, client-first cultures will bring best-in-class expertise in scale to all aspects of property services,” said Marla Maloney, president of Asset Services for Cushman & Wakefield. “From expert technical operations, to transparent reporting, to creating highly engaging tenant experiences, together we will drive greater value for owners and tenants.”

Demand for increased flexibility and enhanced building amenities has accelerated dramatically in recent years. Integrated Building Management seamlessly combines the industry-leading services of both Cushman & Wakefield and Industrious to offer a one-stop solution for landlords looking to play a more hands-on role in tenant experience.

“Sophisticated tenants need an experience that is flexible, high-quality and seamless, and that’s hard to do when the different arms of the building aren’t working hand-in-hand.” said Jamie Hodari, co-founder and CEO of Industrious. “By working together with Cushman & Wakefield, we hope to jointly learn how to integrate whole building management and elevate the tenant experience in ways that would otherwise be impossible.”

Industrious provides productive and engaging workplaces for companies of all sizes and stages, partnering with landlords across the country including Hines, EQ Office, Jamestown, Macerich and Brookfield Properties. Industrious currently offers workspace in Denver at 1801 California Street and announced in January its plans to open a second location at Cherry Creek Mall.
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