When the Firm is Wired but the Office Isn’t
Internet capacity can vary widely from building to building, especially in neighborhoods populated by the funky loft spaces coveted by creative firms, technology consultants and brokers said.
WiredScore Launches Advisory Committee
“WiredScore and each member of the advisory committee share a common goal: to propel building connectivity and infrastructure toward an innovative and resilient future.”
WiredScore Launching First-Ever Internet Connectivity Ranking System in Paris
As part of its continued international growth, WiredScore identified Paris as the next place to import its model thanks to the city’s 2-billion-square-foot office market.
Amazon takes office space in T3 building in North Loop
T3 was the first commercial development in Minneapolis to receive Wired Certification from WiredScore, which identifies buildings with the best internet connectivity.
Brokers and renters seeking offices with better broadband
WiredScore, which ranks office buildings for their connectivity, has certified almost a third of the city's office space. The Empire State Building and parts of Industry City are among the more than 70 properties that have been certified platinum.
Strong Internet Connectivity Increases Tenant Interest
New York-based WiredScore – which provides a standardized rating to evaluate, identify and certify the speed and reliability of internet connections in commercial buildings – is set to expand its services.
City expands to 218,000 s/f at Resnick’s 255 Greenwich
Jack Resnick & Sons reported that its longtime anchor tenant, the City of New York, is growing its footprint at 255 Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan.