SoCal Real Estate, the commercial real estate voice of Southern California, has published its first monthly issue. The July 2018 issue is chock full of insightful features, in-depth interviews, legislative analysis, project updates, condensed market reports, expert opinions, event coverage, and news about the Southern California commercial real estate industry.
Features in the July issue kick off with a look at the Inland Empire’s CRE market, which is “Much More Than Industrial” — office, retail, and multifamily are also reaping the benefits of economic growth in this market. The story “Thriving Where Traditional Lenders Fear to Tread” profiles Silver Arch Capital Partners, an East Coast–based bridge lender that’s looking to fill a much-needed role in SoCal transactions. “Not Your Father’s Corporate Tenants” explores what today’s large office occupiers are seeking in this market, and “Hong Kong vs. Chinese Investors and the SoCal Market” discusses the differences between these groups of investors and how each views the region.
The issue also features several departments, including The Briefing, top stories from our daily e-newsletter; Deal Sheet, a roundup of CRE leases, sales, and financing deals; a Guest Column by Ten-X’s Peter Muoio and Chris Muoio on the SoCal economy; a Roundtable discussion of how the SoCal CRE development sector is dealing with rising construction costs; a Personalities section highlighting Pierce Education Properties’ Fred Pierce; People on the Move, with new hires and executive moves; Project Updates on BioLegend’s new campus and RAF Pacifica’s Flight project; a Policy Page by CGS3’s Phil Jelsma on bonus depreciation and 1031 in the aftermath of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act; and Event Coverage.