While perhaps not significant in numbers of new jobs by most standards, recent employer relocations to greater Tucson signal a positive trend. With 2013's positive absorption in the Tucson industrial market fueled by expansion of local, small businesses, business attraction points to our market's affordability and workforce readiness.
PICOR Connect | Trends in Commercial Real Estate
With Tucson and Arizona post-recession job recovery lagging the nation, the Tucson industrial market sneaked in progress throughout 2013 in bite-sized increments, fueled by the health of startups and other small businesses. Available buildings over 100,000 square feet (sf) were the market’s enduring opportunity, while market drivers included activity in the mining sector and refocus on trade and logistics.
Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR is proud to announce its 2013 award recipients and division leaders in the Tucson commercial real estate marketplace. Below the shiny graphic, you'll also find a list of community and charitable leadership roles our team members held. Tucson community involvement remains a cornerstone of our mission and culture.
In his recent appeal to the Tucson Metro Chamber audience and in forums at Tucson CREW and CCIM, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild rallied the business community around the region’s stated Five Ts or five strengths: Technology, Trade, Transportation, Tourism and Teaching.