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Rising Vacancies Can’t Stop the Rising Cranes

From Tysons Corner, to Downtown Bethesda, to the District’s Mount Vernon Square, towering cranes are dotting the landscape, signaling growth and development. Despite an unprecedented amount of available space in some parts of the Metro area, tenants are opting for new buildings with the latest green technology, open & collaborative space, the most efficient use of space, and most of all, a space which defines their brands.

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What challenges have you overcome to achieve #equality? Join us as we celebrate Pride Month and beyond. Share your story with us by tagging @CushWake and using the hashtag #CWTakesPride. http://cushwk.co/Pride2017…

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How have your actions supported or furthered equality and awareness? Celebrate #PrideMonth with us by sharing your stories and photos. #CWTakesPride http://cushwk.co/Pride2017…

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Beanie for Brain Cancer and MasterChef bake off held at the Cushman & Wakefield Sydney head office to raise funds for the Mark Hughes Foundation. This foundation is close to our heart as one of our colleagues is sadly affected by brain cancer. Thank you to everyone who helped in making the morning tea a success, and congratulations to Jane Wiggins on winning the bake off! A special mention to Sofitel Sydney Wentworth for their kind and very generous first prize donation for high tea for two valued at $178. Enjoy the photos!…

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