Finally, some good news. The Metro Phoenix Office posted just under 800,000 SF of net absorption for the third quarter. A significant number of the tenants I talked to while canvassing buildings have either just expanded or are considering expanding in the near future. Despite the strong absorption, vacancy remains high at 21.6% across the entire market. Except for … Continue reading Market Insight: Q3 2014 Phoenix Office Report
Congratulations to Thomas Title & Escrow on their relocation to the Scottsdale Fashion Square Offices at 7150 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 195. Thomas Title is an innovative provider of title insurance, real estate settlement and escrow services for foreign and domestic transactions.
Some of the below article is complete new-age BS. I do think, however, that there is some value in giving it a quick overview, focusing on a few key items. I hope you can get a gem or two out of this article as you get closer to the end-of-the-year review process for your team. For my team, I know we don’t … Continue reading Burnout Is the Consequence of a Broken Way of Work
This week, I have an article, some cool photos, and a very different narrative from my usual e-mail. I recently found an article and some photos about a very cool floating home–see below. This home got my mind racing to a place called Tunle Sap. A few years back, I had the opportunity to take a fabulous trip … Continue reading Modern Floating Home and Tunle Sap
Below is a 2013 article Andy Conlin sent me analyzing high-rise construction in the United States. David Holmes takes an in-depth look at the major economic factors affecting skyscrapers (defined as buildings 18 stories or higher in this article) built since 2000. This timeline would include only one construction cycle and two recessions, but the conclusions are interesting. I’ve … Continue reading An Analysis of U.S. High-Rise Construction Activity in This Century
The decadent lifestyles of the rich are more unbelievable than ever. Foreign cars, luxury homes, and all the toys that go along with the money. Below I’ve combined a couple articles about the most expensive cities in the US where these people are living. Click through to the interactive map in the first article to see … Continue reading The Most Expensive Cities in America