The scarcity of development land in some of the U.S.’s biggest cities is forcing developers to respond by combining residential and commercial spaces.
A recent report by http://www.morningstar.com/ demonstrates that retail malls across the country continue declining in sales as the retail landscape permanently changes. Among the property types backing securitized commercial mortgages, retail is the second-most common after multifamily (very healthy),
Sometimes the workplace needs to be revamped in order to not only improve the look and make it more trendy but also to improve its efficiency, effectiveness, add new technologies, get rid of old obsolete stuff and more.
In the recent past, I’ve written about the robust market in Memphis for new homes, both single family and condominiums. I’ve also written about how the high-end Class A commercial market is making a come back in Memphis
Utilizing the space for storage efficiently to sell products is the utmost requirement for all retailers who want to open their retail shop in the town
When it comes to commercial real estate, it’s probably not a good to be into raw land speculation this early in the recovery/early growth cycle. The exception might be if you know where McDonalds has committed to building
Office space is essential for most organizations. However, deciding whether to buy or lease can be difficult, as business owners try to work out which is going to be best for their company.