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When working with an office tenant, one of the first questions we ask is, “How much space do you need?” Surprisingly, many times a client isn’t sure, or has unrealistic expectations of their size requirements. In the past, office buildings were built to accommodate approximately 3 or 4 people per 1,000 square feet of rentable space. With rent being one of the highest expenses for a company, many organizations have looked to place more people in the same square footage. Why is this not always feasible? Well there are a few reasons:
CBI Ceo George Pino sits down with fellow USC alum Phil Atwan of Exchange Resources to walk you through the process of 1031 Exchange investing. Whether you're new to property investment or seasoned pro, great information for anyone looking to move into 1031 exchange.
If you're looking for hints on the future of the real estate pipeline, including new residential and non-residential starts, you can do worse than listening to Ed Sullivan. The senior vice president and chief economist of the Portland Cement Association, Sullivan was among the keynote speakers at the recent mid-year meeting of the Herndon, Va.-based National Concrete Masonry Association, at the Inter-Continental Hotel in Chicago.
Invariably as riveting a speaker as he is an insightful forecaster, Sullivan began by noting the American economy is in something akin to a weather pattern calling for consistently warm and sunny days.
CHICAGO—The industrial sector has become one of chief targets of investors, and several groups now say industrial properties related to transportation and outdoor storage can become a separate and valued asset class. J.D. Salazar, a leader in Chicagoland commercial real estate community for more than 30 years, has re-started Champion Realty Advisors launch just such an initiative.
Overall there are five main components you should consider for your retail space…it can be a relatively straight forward process.
Location location location… We’ve all heard the saying before as it pertains to real estate, but what exactly does it mean when you are looking to lease a space for your business? This varies with what type of business you have as well as what you’re looking for to help ensure the success of your business.
Wayfair, the largest online furniture retailer in the U.S. with $6 billion in annual revenues, is following in the steps of numerous other e-tailers in opening its first brick and mortar store.
The site of the store is in Florence, KY outside of Cincinnati, according to Furniture Today. The 20,000-square-foot outlet store will be given its own space within a 260,000-square-foot distribution center being constructed to handle Wayfair’s growing online business.