Frequently Asked Questions
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- Grants for infrastructure, investment and job creation
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- Workforce recruiting, screening and training
Durations vary based on the complexity of a project; however, it can typically be completed in 60-90 days.
CBRE’s Labor Analytics group provides specialized consultancy services to corporate tenants, combining human capital and brick-and-mortar solutions to maximize cost savings, financial success and desired change for our clients.
Opportunity Zones are designated economically disadvantaged areas that can offer powerful tax incentives to investors willing to deploy capital in them. CBRE’s report on Opportunity Zones explores the topic and its impact.