Three years into the pandemic, how and where we work continues to evolve. Nonprofits are still grappling with questions of how they will use office space, and when to make their next move. In October of 2020, Rick Lowe of Cresa Boston gave us a helpful overview of how our organizations could strategically manage real estate options. He and his colleagues are back to refresh our picture of a changing Boston market. They will touch on how different segments of the market are trending, how the pandemic is affecting downtown vs suburban markets, what to expect if you’re looking to sublet – or looking for a subletter, and what to bring to your next lease negotiation.
Rick Lowe is a Principal at Cresa Boston. As a member of the urban advisory team, Rick focuses his efforts in the Financial District, Back Bay, Seaport and North Station markets. Rick is a skilled negotiator who’s able to leverage his experience and industry relationships for the benefit of his clients—which range from nonprofits to architecture firms to venture capital firms.
Olivia Weckwerth is a member of the downtown Boston advisory team. She works with clients across industries to define real estate objectives and deliver impactful solutions that address short-term and long-term needs. Olivia provides transaction management services including new business development, market research, strategic planning, financial analysis, and lease negotiations for occupiers in the downtown market.
Andrew Orpik joined Cresa in 2013 and is a member of the urban advisory team, providing transaction and account management services to tenants in the Boston marketplace. He specializes in developing new business, strategic planning, market analysis and negotiating lease transactions.
Cresa is the world’s largest commercial real estate advisory firm that exclusively represents occupiers and specializes in the delivery of fully integrated real estate solutions.