Month: March 2015
Leave it to The Economist to call squeezing office space “pressed suits.” Not only is office space becoming more open, it is becoming less personal. Mobile workers and the fact that 50% of all workers are not in the office at any given time, have led to no personal desk environments. In many offices, you show up and get assigned a desk […]
Every now and then I see a cool graphic that I need to share. Below is one I pulled from National Geographic on commuting and how much time is spent per year in rush hour all over the world. My home of Phoenix is pretty low, but if you live in London, Stuttgart, Paris or Los Angeles—sorry. […]
We were grateful to represent Lincoln Property Company and Oaktree Capital Management in their sale of Camelback Square at 6991 E. Camelback Road for over $41 million ($238/SF).
We were proud to represent The Plaza Companies/Holualoa in bringing a new tenant, IO Data Centers, LLC, to SkySong I located at 1475 N. Scottsdale Road.
Once a year I send out the coolest office spaces in the world. Below is the 2014 version. Take a look at some really off the wall, crazy and cool spaces. The article is so big, we had to put just a few of the photos below, but a link to the entire article is just a click away highlighted […]
We were fortunate to represent Chamberlain Enterprises and Greenwood & McKenzie in their sale of Papago Arroyo, a multi-building complex in Tempe, which sold for over $40 million ($146/SF).
We were grateful to represent Furst Properties, LLC in helping retain a valued client, First American Title Insurance Co. to their beautiful Pinnacle in Kierland I located at 14624 N. Scottsdale Road.
World migration is not a typical topic on my mind. However, the immigration from Mexico to the US is. You see, I was raised in a city less than 20 miles from the Mexican border. My parents still live in Sierra Vista, ground zero for the illegal immigrant movement and the border patrol. So immigration is a topic […]