How Tech is Hurting and Helping Office
IRVINE, CA—Technology is enabling office footprints to shrink, and yet tech companies are among the country's strongest occupiers, Auction.com's Peter Muoio tells Carrie Rossenfeld.
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IRVINE, CA—A strong local economy and jobs have led to markets like Orange County to be the best for office investors, but demand and the supply pipeline vary widely among submarkets, Ten-X’s Peter Muoio tells GlobeSt.com.
IRVINE, CA—Following an extended period of strong growth, “pricing across commercial real estate has entered a period of lethargy during the past three months,” says Peter Muoio at Ten-X.
SANTA ANA, CA—MyPark allows users to reserve parking spaces up to six months in advance of using them and uses barrier technology to keep the space, while partnering with other parking apps, Luis Mayendia tells GlobeSt.com.
LOS ANGELES—“We realized that the retailer so often has to do more with less,” says CBRE’s Todd Caruso about the Retailing University course that the University of Arizona designed for the firm.
SAN DIEGO—In an office environment where new spec buildings seem to be popping up regularly, there’s still plenty that landlords of existing space can do to entice tenants to choose them instead, Bingham Construction’s Jeff Bingham tells GlobeSt.com.
RICHARDSON, TX—"Price optimization creates real opportunity to increase asset values and yields from the nearly $3 trillion of apartment stock in the US," says RealPage chairman and CEO Steve Winn.