Monthly Archives: March 2020

How to Modernize Your Workspace

Working in a boring environment can make you feel unproductive. If you want to make your workplace feel welcoming to you and other employees, the best way to do it is to modernize it. Modernizing your workplace means adding some touchups and new adjustments that will make your office more presentable. If you have recently opened a new office and you are looking for ways ...

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March Letter from Al Hartman

March 27, 2020 Dear Hartman Team Members, As we navigate through these uncharted waters of the COVID-19 virus and uncertain times, it is important to remember the one thing that never changes; the word of God.  He declares to us in the book of Psalms; no harm will overtake us. I have been praying continually against the spirit of fear and anxiety. I encourage each o ...

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Hartman’s Response to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our community, we wanted to take a moment to reach out and communicate how we are handling this outbreak. Each and every one of you is very important to us, and we want to reassure you of the steps we are taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For our tenants, we have implemented rigorous cleaning procedures to ensure y ...

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A Message from Our COO Regarding COVID-19

As the world continues to feel the increased impact of the Coronavirus, I wanted to take a moment to remind you that the safety and health of our team members and tenants, has always been a priority.  We always strive to take great care of our team members and tenants to provide white-glove service.  We are monitoring the situation each day to ensure that we are respondi ...

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The Difference Between Class A and Class B Buildings

If you are in the market for commercial office space, you will notice that each property carries one of three classifications — Class A, Class B or Class C. These classifications are given by BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association International), and they denote the status of the building. When classifications are given, all aspects of the building are taken i ...

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