TransitScreen Blog

TransitScreen & JLL announce national partnership

Posted by Rachel Karitis on Feb 24, 2017 1:48:44 PM

We're excited to announce our partnership with JLL (NYSE: JLL) to bring our real-time displays of comprehensive transportation data to lobbies of commercial office buildings across the United States.

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Topics: Real Estate, Corporate Workplace, Company News, Commercial

Five ways green building owners can measure sustainability

Posted by Rachel Karitis on Jan 27, 2017 1:39:43 PM

Climate change is real — any arguments to the contrary are, well, not true. Buildings account for 70 percent of electricity consumption and 39 percent of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. We as a company believe strongly in keeping our operations as green as possible however we can, whether it's buying renewable energy credits or making sure none of our employees commute to work in a car.

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Topics: Multifamily, Real Estate, Commercial

TransitScreen & LEED Points

Posted by Rachel Karitis on Dec 20, 2016 5:31:18 PM

Environmental responsibility is more important than ever before. The world's collective building stock accounts for 49 percent of the world's energy consumption and 47 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

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Topics: Multifamily, Real Estate, Commercial

Increasing apartment value with proximity to transit

Posted by Rachel Karitis on Jul 29, 2016 10:42:04 AM

Here’s a real estate platitude for you: location, location, location.

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Topics: TDM, Multifamily, Real Estate, Commercial

"5 of the Bay Area's Coolest Office Amenities"

Posted by Ryan Croft on Apr 6, 2015 5:25:27 PM

Bisnow San Francisco recently wrote about "5 of the Bay Area's Coolest Office Amenities" that employers are utilizing to bring in and retain the top workers in the Bay Area. Included in the top five coolest office amenities is TransitScreen. "From in-office manicures to ping pong breaks, amenities are getting out of control around the Bay Area, where there's fierce competition to attract and retain workers." Read the excerpt from the article:

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Topics: Real Estate, Corporate Workplace, Commercial