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Kudos to Cornish & Carey

Posted By squarefeet On May 10, 2010 @ 6:57 am In Miscellaneous,Trends | 2 Comments

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It seems that the folks over at Cornish & Carey have decided to put rental rate and available space information back up on their website. I was admittedly harsh on them back in January when I wrote a post [2] about why I felt hiding this information was counterproductive and against the interests of the landlords they represent. I’m not sure what caused them to reconsider their policy, but whatever it was, it was the right decision.

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2 Comments To "Kudos to Cornish & Carey"

#1 Comment By Mike On May 10, 2010 @ 6:50 pm


Did you ever contact them to see if it was a policy decision, related to a specific portfolio (where the landlord may have stipulated that no price information be available) or a tech problem?

#2 Comment By squarefeet On May 10, 2010 @ 11:33 am


it was being done pretty much across the board in Silicon Valley, though it seems DT PA data is still somewhat obscured.


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