RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – What do industry insiders believe are the reasons why so many businesses want to move or expand in the Triangle. And why are developers showing continued strong interest in the region?
Thought leaders and executives at commercial real estate firm CBRE in Raleigh are speaking up.
“The talent level of our market’s workforce is a key driver for companies looking to start, relocate or expand their operations here,” said Executive Vice President Brad Corsmeier of CBRE|Raleigh.
In a sponsored story written for CBRE and published at WRAL TechWire on Thursday, here are some of the key points made:
- Companies such as Apple, Google, Fuji, and many other globally leading companies are choosing the Triangle for access to quality talent that will drive their operations forward.
- The Triangle is not the only local market seeing an increase in interest from developers. In fact, this is becoming a trend across the country as developers seek to capitalize on the many benefits of working in smaller markets that are on the rise. Some other markets that are experiencing increased interest from national developers include: Austin, Nashville, Charlotte, and Tampa.
- “Large Fortune 100 companies spend a lot of time determining the right location for their businesses in the country, and beyond. They’re coming to the same conclusion we are and that’s that Raleigh-Durham is absolutely the place to be,” said Senior Managing Director Tom Fritsch of CBRE|Raleigh