CBRE is the world’s largest real estate services provider, with a preeminent leadership position in virtually all key business centers globally.

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The Masonic Temple in Glendale, California, is the next step in the evolution of office space and CBRE’s global Workplace Strategy initiative, “Workplace360.” In addition to maximizing employee collaboration and productivity through technology, space utilization, mobility and enhanced flexibility, the property’s built-in concierge services are meant to better address employees’ needs.

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