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4 Ways to Make Your Warehouse More Attractive to Leasees
The demand for warehouse space is at an all-time high. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, over 2,000 warehouses have been added to the market since 2008. And, the total number of warehouses and storage spaces in the U.S. has almost reached 20,000 establishments. Even though there has been an increase in...
Why Creative Spaces are on the Rise
The 24/7 sushi bar at Google, nap rooms at Huffington Post, and cold brew coffee on tap at a local startup company — these features are becoming more and more common in workplaces around the world. Not only are these amenities on trend, but they also aim to increase employee satisfaction and creativity. In this...
Micro-Breweries Quench a Thirst Across the U.S.
As the summer sun starts to heat up the country, Americans have many ways to quench their thirst from sodas to designer waters. While beer sales have fallen from 2009 levels, the number of craft breweries has exploded.
Do You Really Understand PropTech?
It’s likely that you’ve read about, heard about, or encountered the word — PropTech. These days, PropTech is one of the biggest buzzwords in commercial real estate. But, how much do you actually know about PropTech? In this article, we’re going to dive into what PropTech really is, along with the relevant...
Are Driverless Cars Still Set to Impact CRE?
Driverless cars are everywhere. Now, the autonomous car trend is spreading across the world. So, we need to prepare for changes that these vehicles could cause. Whether on the road or in your home, driverless cars will begin to affect your day-to-day life. You’ve probably heard the debate regarding driverless cars...
Will Online Ordering Be the End of Main Street Retail?
Main Street communities are increasingly leveraging their brick-and-mortar shopping to create a sense of place. Buying from a main street shop offers a connection to local business owners and artisans and gives consumers a very real sense of the impact they are making on their community.
Magnificent Mile to Main Street – The Transformation of Retail
Everyone’s heard the buzz about the death of traditional brick and mortar and the rise of experiential retail. U.S. retail vacancies were at 10.2% at the end of 2018, a marginal increase from 10.0% a year earlier, according to a report from Reis. Current market trends have challenged retail owners and investors with...
2019 Global Conference Recap
This year’s Global Conference® was a success with the presence of our commercial agents showcasing what it means to be affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Commercial® brand. If you missed this year’s event, here is a recap of just some of the Global Conference highlights. The three-day event kicked off with a...
4 Tips for Vetting Potential Real Estate Deals
In today’s business climate, accurate and relevant information is crucial for success in commercial real estate investing. In other words, if you don’t know the local market, you could be in real trouble. Despite this fact, commercial real estate is a sector favorite among investors, with its relatively strong...
5 Secondary Cities to Keep an Eye on in 2019
When it comes to the new boomtowns… are secondary cities the new black? Before you write the idea off, hear us out. As more traditional, “mainstream” cities in the United States become saturated, commercial real estate investors are shifting their eyes and focusing more on cities outside this top tier. Within...