Don’t Sign that Lease without Verified Ventilation Performance Defined

by Tom Kolsun

Did you know you breathe more than 11,000 liters of air a day? If you’re reading this, you will probably spend around 2,000 hours per year breathing the air in the office for which you are about to sign that lease. This year alone, you will bring into your lungs more than 900,000 liters of whatever is in the air of that cool new office space. Would you drink 900,000 liters of … [More]

Appetite for Industrial

by RaeAnne Marsh

One of the largest industrial developers in Southern California, CapRock Partners, has become an active player in Phoenix’s real estate market. “We see a lot of corporations and jobs leaving California for Arizona (among a few other states) and we think that’s going to continue,” says Bob O’Neill, senior vice president of acquisitions. Lower cost is one factor. Another big one … [More]

Phoenix Moves Up in Industrial Growth

by Ioana Neamt

The industrial sector of Phoenix’s commercial real estate market is in strong growth mode, according to the 2019 U.S. Industrial Pipeline Report, recently released by nationwide commercial real estate listings platform COMMERCIALCafé, part of Yardi Systems. Phoenix is the sixth most attractive market for industrial development this year, with 34 projects totaling 6.5 million … [More]

The Housing Market: A window into our economy!

by RaeAnne Marsh

Taking housing as a barometer of the economy, Metro Phoenix is looking pretty good. Multifamily developments, especially, seem to be sprouting on every block, and one of the biggest complaints heard in development circles is there is a shortage of construction workers — a situation exacerbated by the fact that the construction sector has shown the greatest growth rate (12.7 … [More]

Phoenix Rising: Driving Forces Behind One of America’s Fastest Growing Cities

by Mike Hunter

According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2017, Phoenix edged Philadelphia out to become the fifth biggest city in the United States, with an estimated population of over 1.61 million, and is forecasted to rank at least fourth by 2020. It’s worth looking at how a flourishing flexible office market supports widespread growth. Bill Gates to Invest in the Nation’s Next Smart City in … [More]