The idea that Silicon Valley is the proverbial bread basket of business innovation and disruption is finally, thankfully, squarely in the rear view mirror.
According to the 2017 Kauffman Index of Growth Entrepreneurship, startup growth is exploding nationwide – and well away from the Bay Area. That’s good news for business owners seeking affordable commercial real estate without sacrificing a chance at a potent and experienced talent pool.
However, the west coast continues to dominate the startup scene, with cities like Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, and even San Diego (yes, San Diego) coming online and competing with Silicon Valley for the latest and greatest business ideas and innovations. There are plenty of reasons to consider each of the following cities when considering an expansion or setting up shop for your latest business endeavor, but it’s ultimately up to you to make it a reality no matter where you end up.
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Despite the ever-advancing wave of globalization in this connected world, no two cities are the same. While many share similar economic and development trends to cater to new and burgeoning industries, their location, culture, and specializations tend to affect the shape of a city’s future more than any other factor – save one.
Continue reading “Life in Austin: How Commercial Real Estate Influences this Texas Powerhouse”
Office deals in Phoenix in the first quarter of 2018 were white hot, with a number of large sales and leases taking place. According to CBRE, the net absorption in the Phoenix office market reached 154,716 square feet with nearly 1.3 million square feet of gross absorption.
Let’s take a closer look at a few of the big Phoenix office deals that closed at the beginning of 2018.
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You have found the perfect office space for your company and now it’s time to sign on the dotted line and make it official – but what things should you ensure that you have in that office lease? After the ink has dried on the lease, there is no turning back, so make sure you don’t forget these five must-haves when signing an office lease.
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The way the workforce, particularly millennials, want to work is pressuring more companies to harbor office space that speaks to a more collaborative setting. The traditional cubicle life is no more and well-designed spaces are stepping in to take its place. Even if your current office space is not collaborative, there are effective strategies that you can implement to market your space to the collaborative workforce.
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Collaborative workspaces are changing the way millennials work and ultimately creating a snowball effect that is changing the way everyone works. Recent studies reveal that over 1.2 million people worldwide have worked, or currently work, at a co-working space. In fact, Emergent Research forecasts that by 2020, co-working memberships will rise to 3.8 million people and 5.1 million by 2022. As collaborative spaces become increasingly popular, it’s not surprising that this has also impacted the commercial real estate industry in a big way – from increasing property demand for older buildings to establishing a brand new niche market.
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While it has always been free and easy to add your listings to OfficeSpace.com, we’re excited to announce that it just got even easier!
Over the last couple of weeks, you may have been contacted about sending us your flyers, personal websites, or adding us to your e-blast. We now have a dedicated team that will update your listings at no cost or disruption to you. Simply send us your flyers, email us your company websites, or add us to your e-blasts – we’ll take care of the rest.
OfficeSpace.com map view (Phoenix, AZ)
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Big Payoff with Tenant Connect for a MBA grad turned CRE broker.
Company: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commercial Division
Markets: Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Dayton OH
– 60 closed transactions
– $250,000+ in revenue
– 30% revenue growth
– Increased tenant rep more than two fold
As an MBA graduate with an extensive business background in Finance and Operations, David Mussari is no stranger to entrepreneurship. In fact, it was his interest in entrepreneurial opportunities that became the catalyst for his development as a commercial real estate broker.
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We’re excited to announce that OfficeSpace.com has joined forces with Community Systems, a leading technology company dedicated to the economic development industry. Through this partnership, OfficeSpace.com‘s commercial listings will now be exclusively featured on economic development organization (EDO) websites across the country and visible to thousands of site selectors, brokers, and companies seeking commercial property data nationwide.
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[SEATTLE, WA – Feb, 27th 2018 ] – OfficeSpace.com, the leading commercial real estate listing service that connects tenants and brokers, has announced that technology industry veteran Mark Ashida has joined the company as its new Chief Executive Officer, replacing founder Susie Algard. As CEO, Ashida will lead strategy, revenue and growth for the company. Algard will continue as Chair of the Board of Directors of OfficeSpace.com. Continue reading “Susie Algard Appoints Mark Ashida as New CEO of OfficeSpace.com”