The corporate office landscape has continuously evolved to meet market demands and enable companies to compete for work, real estate, and talent. Decades ago, the sprawling suburban campus was the corporate office solution — think classic campuses like Connecticut General outside of Hartford and the Texaco campus in Rye, N.Y. Years later, corporations began to gravitate toward a real estate model that relied on leasing developer-owned space. Today, a new corporate real estate model, influenced by the combined history of corporate campuses and leased office space, has emerged to better meet the needs of global corporations and their changing workforce.

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