Today, I want to share with you a company that has a wonderful idea. If they can get this commercialized, it would revolutionize parking lots and roads. Imagine solar panels as surfaces in parking lots, roads and even highways. This is a short article with just some highlights. I would love to see the day where an abundance of our … Continue reading Coolest Technology that Could Affect Commercial Real Estate
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A Timeline of Lease Accounting
For the past couple years, we have been tracking the proposed law change that will reclassify the way businesses account for their commercial leases. Since 1977, a company’s office lease has been treated as an operating expense. Businesses may soon be forced to record it on their balance sheet under new accounting rules. If this new … Continue reading A Timeline of Lease Accounting
Aviation West Charters Moves to The Pinnacle in Perimeter Center in Scottsdale
We were grateful to represent Furst Properties, LLC in bringing a new tenant, Aviation West Charters, to The Pinnacle in Perimeter Center at 17851 N. 85th St. in Scottsdale.
WeWork: Now a $5 Billion Co-Working Startup
Over the years, I have leased space to several executive suite operators. These “tenants” lease a large amount of space, then re-lease it to small tenants sharing conference rooms, administration services, etc. During the last recession, most of them closed down leaving a specialized kind of operator – small, local and personal. Regus is the only international company that made it through … Continue reading WeWork: Now a $5 Billion Co-Working Startup
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Buildings That Move???
Dynamic Architecture is designing a whole new way to build buildings AND each floor moves independently while rotating. Pretty cool, huh? Here are some highlights: 1—Each floor rotates 360 degrees, independently or in a concerted manner. Much like the fancy restaurant at the top of a building we have all been to, but in these buildings every floor rotates. … Continue reading Buildings That Move???
Functional Office Space Basics
While we represent office tenants and landlords each and every day, we are always looking to give our clients basic, simple advice. Below is an article that does this for creating functional office space. When we work with our tenant clients, we focus on the basics like: 1—Determine how much space the company will need (I … Continue reading Functional Office Space Basics