From SoCal Real Estate’s September 2018 issue: Moving to an activity-based environment, the workplace continues to evolve “Untethering” is the new phrase design experts are using to describe the movement
From SoCal Real Estate’s September 2018 issue: There are glimmers of hope on the horizon for this worsening problem U.S. home prices in the first quarter of the year were
From SoCal Real Estate’s September 2018 issue: Users like medical practices and specialty gyms have unique needs at retail Recent shakeups in the healthcare and retail sectors have created new
From SoCal Real Estate’s September 2018 issue: Millennials are demanding the “wow” factor It’s not enough just to have pleasant surroundings in today’s office sector. Millennials — perhaps the largest
From SoCal Real Estate’s August 2018 issue As development stays focused on mega-warehouse and distribution facilities to serve e-commerce, options for users of small and mid-size industrial space are shrinking.
From SoCal Real Estate’s August 2018 issue Tech is taking a greater role in these transactions as the asset class grows more complex. “We have begun to see a dramatic
From SoCal Real Estate’s August 2018 issue It’s not just the baby boomers here who are aging — our buildings are, too. CBRE recently reported that momentum for additional construction
From SoCal Real Estate’s August 2018 issue There are many challenges, but innovative and creative developers are overcoming them. Anyone involved in Southern California industrial development knows how difficult it
While the Chinese real estate market continues to heat up with diminishing yields and returns, Brexit uncertainty, and other global markets appearing priced in, Hong Kong investors are increasingly looking to invest in U.S. commercial real estate, says Terry Wong, chairman of Great China International Holdings | ATA China Holdings Group. The Hong Kong–based firm holds interests in real estate and the health and green industries.
As the office market continues to embrace creative space, corporate tenants are more focused on getting the most out of their real estate — and high-priced Southern California is no exception to the rule. While companies in this region are wisely using their corporate addresses to attract and retain talent, they’re also looking for the most bang for their buck.