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Case Study: Co-Working Space Improves Occupant Experience & Operational Efficiency Through Building Automation

By Kelly Huang on Jan 2, 2019 12:17:21 PM

When they decided to open their third location in the Twin Cities metro area, The Reserve, a premiere suburban co-working space, wanted their newest tenants to enjoy the same zone-controlled experience they offer in Woodbury and Edina. After deploying 75F in their first two locations, and seeing how efficiently the buildings were operating, the choice was clear to partner with 75F, once again, for an accessible, affordable building automation system.

Watch the video to learn why The Reserve's Chief Operating Officer, Mary Bartlett, sees 75F as an operational advantage and puts her business in a position to succeed!

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How Can Class B Buildings Get Smarter?

By Sarah Baker on Oct 17, 2018 7:52:14 AM

Could your office building be described as… average? Maybe it doesn’t have a fountain in the lobby, or a view of the ocean – but you have four solid walls, a non-leaking roof, and only a few drafty cubicles. Have you ever tried to make your building work with an HVAC hack? Maybe you even taped a piece of cardboard over the vent to manage the airflow. That would be pretty clever of you, MacGyver.

So, if your office building is around 10-20 years old, has some wear and tear, but is generally in good shape, you probably have a Class B building. This is good news. Investors tend to target these buildings since, with a few upgrades, they can easily become Class B+ and compete readily with Class A properties. One of those upgrades is making your Class B smart – and it’s probably easier than you think.

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Budgeting for Smart Building Options

By John Nye on Aug 17, 2018 3:22:05 PM

Budgeting for Smart Building Options

Smart Buildings make for smart investments in cost savings and value enhancements, often with ROI in under 3 years. And, you may be surprised how affordable and easy a modern building automation solution can be. Here are 3 easy, strategies for budgeting for smart building options that can enable you to implement a building automation system in your buildings. 

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Occupant Experience: 3 Reasons Why the Air in Commercial Real Estate Buildings Matters

By John Nye on Jul 6, 2018 2:51:35 PM


Indoor air quality (IAQ) is likely to be 2-5x worse than outdoor  air quality. Since most people spend 90% of their time indoors, the air in your commercial real estate building can significantly affect tenant/customer health, cognitive ability, comfort & productivity!  Better air quality also means employees take 30%  fewer short-term leaves !
 

Thankfully, with the introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT), you can improve the air in your commercial real estate buildings with 75F building automation solutions, all while cutting your HVAC costs by 30-50% and receiving a return on your investment in as little as a year! Match the cut in operational expenses and increase in property value with improved air quality management (and a great occupant experience) and you have a smart building that works for you and your tenants, not the other way around!

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Commercial Real Estate Projected to Have the Fastest Growth for Connected Devices

By John Nye on Jun 4, 2018 8:47:29 AM

According to a study from Memoori, the commercial real estate market is projected to have the fastest and largest growth in connected devices between 2016 and 2021.
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Tenant Improvements and Smart Building Technology

By Michael Moriarity on Nov 28, 2017 9:44:13 PM

Tenant improvement (TI) packages and allowances that include smart building solutions attract and retain tenants in a time of rising rents and vacancies across the U.S. office and commercial real estate markets. According to JLL Research's Q2 2017 U.S. Office Outlook, total vacancy increased for the third consecutive quarter in almost all asset classes, rising 10 basis points to 14.8%. The greatest vacancy growth was in Class A buildings, as rent growth and new supply outpace demand from more cost-conscious tenants who are looking to Class B buildings with attractive tenant improvement and concession packages (e.g., rent-free first month). 

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