BOSTON – The Boston office of Cresa announced that it has once again been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by the Boston Business Journal (BBJ).
This award celebrates organizations’ commitment to a meaningful and fulfilling work experience and is based on voluntary employee surveys collected anonymously from companies in Greater Boston.
BBJ held a celebration on June 16th to recognize this year’s Best Places to Work honorees, and Cresa was included in the small (50-99 employees) category. This marks the sixteenth time that Cresa Boston has received the honor.
“We’re proud of the amazing work our team has done, especially in the face of adversity and uncertainty,” said Adam Subber, managing principal of Cresa’s Boston office. “We’ve made strategic additions to our team across the board to strengthen our expertise and offerings, especially within the life sciences realm, and we’re thrilled to see such a strong impact already. It’s a real testament to our team and culture that we’ve not just weathered the storm for the last couple of years, but we’ve grown remarkably.”
Cresa is the world’s largest commercial real estate firm exclusively representing space occupiers. With a full spectrum of real estate services and a global partnership with Knight Frank, Cresa’s advisors support clients through all phases of the real estate cycle. Founded in Boston, the company partners with a number of local charities such as the Greater Boston Food Bank, Rosie’s Place, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics, and others. This charity work allows the company to give back to the community while growing team culture and building morale.
The BBJ’s Best Places to Work awards program is one of the BBJ’s most competitive programs in terms of how many companies participate. Companies are divided among five different categories — extra small (20 to 49 employees), small (50 to 99 employees), medium (100 to 249 employees), large (250 to 999 employees) and extra-large (1,000 employees and over) — and winners are selected based on survey responses provided by employees.