More Top Firms Invest into PropTech Venture capital firms aren’t the only ones betting on real estate tech, as legacy commercial real estate owners are getting in on the action more and more often. Earlier this year, JLL launched “Spark”, a division dedicated to PropTech investments and research. Rudin Management started a similar fund in
Commercial Real Estate’s leading digital amenity has taken a major step forward with the launch of a Customer Success team. Created to support new and existing real estate partners, the initiative will be led by Kate Monnier, who previously managed several Captivate real estate accounts as Director of Services. Experts on all Captivate products, the
The office building plays a key role in the health of its occupants. Considering the average person spends over 90,000 hours at work during their lifetime, it isn’t hard to see why. This gives commercial property owners & managers the unique ability to make real, positive changes in their tenant’s lives. Being hard-working professionals, we
For the past two decades, the top brands in the real estate industry have trusted Captivate to enhance their tenants' in-building experience, in part by accomplishing a seemingly impossible task - creating an engaging community amongst tenants in the building. Read Connected Real Estate Magazine’s full article here.
In the current age of social media and 24/7 connectivity, the ways in which we communicate are constantly shifting, and commercial real estate has not been immune to these changes. This article will discuss a specific type of communication in the CRE industry: Tenant Communication, which here refers to the correspondence from commercial property owners
Extending agreements that began in late-2007, Captivate has been renewed in 10 properties within Lower Manhattan’s historic Hudson Square neighborhood. The host of office towers are owned by Trinity Hudson Holdings, LLC: a joint partnership between Norges Bank Investment Management and Trinity Church that came into existence in 2015. With the support of Hines, the
In competitive office leasing markets, the significance of the building lobby should not be overlooked. It’s a place where functionality and tenant experience converge, and – if you believe in the old idiom “the first impression is your last” – then it means a hell of a lot to your team of brokers as well.
Thanks to a recently signed agreement between Captivate and the historic, Class A Fisher Building, Commercial Real Estate’s #1 Digital Amenity will officially be making its Detroit debut. This comes not long after Captivate’s enrollment into BOMA Metro Detroit, which they joined to better understand the unique needs of the local CRE industry. In a
Once solely a workspace, the office has become a new type of catalyst for productivity, blending business with lifestyle activities until buildings look more like a YMCA than places of commerce. Tenants want properties and amenities that engage and connect them to the world outside. Often for CRE owners, this doesn’t just mean increasing monetary
What’s always separated Captivate from other office media providers is a focus on premium content – ensuring that tenants are seeing only the most relevant and engaging mix of news and information throughout the day. Building upon this core strength even further, Captivate has finalized two pivotal content partnerships already in 2018. Inrix, a wide-ranging