Tucson, Arizona’s employee-owned and woman-led commercial real estate firm ranks #75 on Initiative for a Competitive Inner City’s annual Inner City 100 List….
In its 27th year, the PICOR Charitable Foundation raised its first-ever six figures in donations to benefit Tucson youth programs….
The PICOR Charitable Foundation raised nearly $79,000 in its 25th Annual Pancake Feed, and 100% of the funds were granted to Tucson youth charities. Read about our chosen organizations….
Positive momentum continued its five-year trend in Tucson’s industrial market, with Tucson industrial vacancy improving to 5.7%, cut in half from its highest point in recent years. Read more in our year end report and forecast….
Trends in the commercial real estate sector often parallel a community’s economic health, and the Tucson business climate is no exception. Industry metrics like vacancy rates, rent trends, and sale prices can track with business sentiment and performance, providing a helpful barometer of the times….
In this guest post reprinted from TRENDReport, Learn about Arizona’s Opportunity Zones and Opportunity Funds, a collaborative effort of the Arizona Commerce Authority and communities around the state enabled by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act….
The Tucson Metro Chamber board of directors elected Barbi Reuter, president for Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, as chair of the board for the 2018-2019 term. This is the first time in the Chamber’s history that women are seated in both leadership positions of board chair and president and CEO….
Our most popular guest post has been updated to reflect 2017 data. Research report compares Tucson’s strengths and weaknesses to its sister cities, Albuquerque, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas….
What’s causing the happy state of the Tucson industrial market, and what threatens this condition? Read the details In this TREND Report article by C&W | PICOR Principal, Brandon Rodgers…
Last week 12 Tucson business executives joined Tucson Metro Chamber leadership to visit Arizona’s senators and representatives to advocate for our local community. Read the recap….