For the past 30 years we have been analyzing operating expenses for the tenants we represent. It’s vital for tenants to understand how operating expenses work because this is a huge potential long term and expensive hidden cost. Here are a few items to watch out for in a tenant lease: –Not getting a grossed … Continue reading Operating Expenses? Yes! And It’s Important.
As you know, I make my living in the office space market. However, I still like to keep up with trends outside of the industry and how they will eventually affect office space. Below is an article about the megatrend now taking place in robotics and what amazing changes are occurring. One of the reasons job recovery has been slower … Continue reading The Rise of Robotics
Congratulations to Americredit Financial Services on their continued stay in Chandler Forum at 1975 S. Price Rd.
Congratulations to Rural Metro Operating Company on their continued stay at 9165 E. Del Camino in Scottsdale at Pima Center.
We were proud to represent Regent Properties in bringing a new tenant, Stratman Law Firm, PLC, to the beautiful Desert Ridge Corporate Center I at 20860 N. Tatum Blvd. in Phoenix.
OK, so I am not sure if this is pure genius or complete BS. Then again, I know nothing about anthropological research. Below is a short article that discusses the cultural norm of approximately seven people being the ideal group size. Your teams should be seven (plus or minus two), and your office space groups should be the same. Why? –The team can … Continue reading Nesting in Office Space Design
The first 15 years in brokerage, I occasionally took assignments as a real estate expert in litigation. I stopped for a number of reasons, but primarily because I could not figure out how to be great at brokerage and be great as a real estate expert in litigation. I know only a small portion of the readers will … Continue reading Hiring a RE Expert for Litigation
Below is a great snapshot of Arizona and where we are with our economy. In addition, I’ve added a couple extra tidbits that are not in the below infographic: –Arizona still lags in job creation. We are not quite back to 100 percent of our jobs lost (even though we have regained 314,000). This is the first … Continue reading Snapshot of Arizona Economy
Last year, we sent an article to a select few Landlord clients that we work with who own buildings. That email was one of the most opened narratives we have ever sent. The topic?—Parking lot security. I didn’t see that coming. Inspired by that email, below are two cool articles about what is going on in the modern … Continue reading The Changing Face/Space of Parking: Impact on Commercial Real Estate