With 90 percent of its usual commuters still working from home and a full return to the office highly unlikely, what will become of New York City's towering office buildings?
The New York Times
The State Farm regional hub will house more than 8,500 employees and provide access to public transit and local amenities.
The Bank of America Tower is the newest skyscraper to line the Chicago River.
Following Salesforce's lead, the healthcare giant will relocate to a high-rise urban headquarters, transitioning out of seven locations it currently occupies in the East Bay.
The San Francisco Chronicle
Due in part to a parking shortage, Atlanta firms are doling out higher rents to get closer to MARTA stations.
A relative lack of conversions from office to residential—the adaptive reuse model driving the housing market in many urban areas—makes the Washington, D.C. region a perfect place to study the factors that make or break an adaptive reuse proposal.
Greater Greater Washington
Urban design critic John King’s aversion to LinkedIn’s new office space points to long-standing tensions in San Francisco.
San Francisco Chronicle
The decline of the 9 to 5 business district and changing corporate culture have landlords and tenants clamoring "to make their offices less square" and architects and planners eager to help transform conventional office spaces.
Los Angeles Times
Vanity Fair has published the first rendering of the design for the new "Googleplex", the first offices to be built by the tech giant from scratch.