Cushman & Wakefield is a leader when it comes to providing strategic real estate solutions in Jacksonville and around the globe.

Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) is a leading global real estate services firm that delivers exceptional value for real estate occupiers and owners. Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest real estate services firms with approximately 51,000 employees in 400 offices and 70 countries. In 2018, the firm had revenue of $8.2 billion across core services of property, facilities and project management, leasing, capital markets, valuation and other services.

Cushman & Wakefield is a market leader in Jacksonville, consistently ranked among the city’s top brokerage firms and property managers since opening an office in the city in 1981. Over the past 34 years, Cushman & Wakefield Jacksonville has grown significantly and provided real estate services for some of the most prestigious companies in Jacksonville’s marketplace. The Jacksonville office is consistently recognized by the Commercial Real Estate Association (NAIOP) and Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) as our brokerage professionals consistently take top honors for production and client satisfaction.

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    By Jason McCormick, Analyst Florida’s economic growth will be strongly supported by its increasingly ethnically diverse population and immigration pipeline. Diversity has become a key topic of discussion in American workplaces in recent years. Research by McKinsey & Company shows that a diverse workforce can improve a company’s financial performance, while living in diverse communities can positively impact an individual’s identity. America is becoming more racially diverse and the immigrant share of the population is approaching historic highs. Non-Hispanic whites are a majority today, but that is changing. Projections indicate that non-Hispanic whites will make up less than 50% of the population by 2045. Immigrants now account for 13.7% of the population, up from a low of 4.7% in 1970, but still below the peak of 14.8% in 1890. Between 2020 and 2050, population increases from immigration will outpace that from native births. It is projected that immigration will become… Read more »
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