Commercial Real Estate Insights
Larry was grinning like the Grinch and said, “Really, you got this?” “Yep,” I chirped back. “I got my license and I read a bunch of books!” Larry ordered us another martini.
On September 30th at about 5:00 AM about 1500 Cyclists will start arriving on Capitol Mall to ride through the Delta on behalf of the Cause.
The nice thing about Midtown is that you can walk to a variety of restaurants and shopping. Also, it is a great place to live and employees can walk to work.
Unicorns are extinct and many of them included exchange buyers. Office users have been in a coma (but I have noticed them starting to blink.) Developers are in hiding, and investors are extremely cautious.
“Oh, uh, there won’t be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness.”
What is the exit strategy? If for some reason you need to move out of the building, will you hold the asset and lease it out, or will you sell it? Is the property single purpose or will it appeal to a broad base of potential occupants?
1985 Commercial Real Estate: How the West was Won. Sometimes I look back and just scratch my head. In 1984, fresh out of college, I started brokering commercial real estate with the Charles Dunn Company. I was living in a garage, it was hot that...
Downtown Sacramento might be down, but it is not out. It’s just a matter of time. How much time is TBD.
Has your company changed how it does business? What I see - tenants are doing more with less - less space, less people, less parking, less days in the office, less in-person meetings and less makeup. Personally, I feel bad for my dry cleaner! I...
Let’s talk about the Government. I have friends with the State of California, who say that it looks like "Work From Home" (WFH) is here to stay. Just think, If the State reduces its office space by just 20%, that amounts to over 1,000,000 SF...
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