PICOR Connect | Trends in Commercial Real Estate
2020 was the year that flipped the office upside-down and created the need for the work-from-home model around the world. As we continue to recover from the pandemic, 2023 will be the year workers return to the office as we settle into this new normal. Many organizations debate what the “Great Return” of employees returning to the office will look like. Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Lead for[…]
Last week, our top sale and lease transactions comprised of industrial properties. These transactions illustrate the growing economy and the high demand for industrial space. Meanwhile, the vacancy rates are at a record low of 3.2%. Companies are marking Tucson as a desirable location as we see national growth in the manufacturing and logistics industries.
Not a day goes by that one of our landlord clients, an appraiser, or lender doesn’t ask us what the Tucson office market will look like once we work our way through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We certainly wish we had a crystal ball that could see through this conundrum; however, it just isn’t that easy. The crystal ball, as clouded as it is, probably would not hold a vision of this pandemic[…]
Much has been written about the return to the office after the “Great Pandemic of 2020.” In March 2020 when millions of workers were sent home, speculation began about the “new workplace.” Many said working from home was the wave of the future and would spell the death of the office. Initial surveys showed that as many as 75% of workers wanted to work from home. With the elimination of[…]
Yesterday, the U.S. government announced a phased plan for reopening the economy. Over the next several weeks and months, as areas stabilize from the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home restrictions are lifted, organizations will begin to bring workers back into the physical workplace. As many media outlets reported, Cushman & Wakefield recently launched its Recovery Readiness Task Force (RRTF)[…]
It's been a couple of weeks since we updated you on "business as unusual" at Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR. With daily changes in guidance from every level of government and deeper understanding of our responsibilities to support health at the human, property, and community levels, we have continued to flex, too.
"We face unprecedented and uncertain times because of COVID-19. However, the Chamber has been here for 123 years, and we intend to be here to lead businesses for another century. For this reason, based on available information, we emphatically believe it is in the best interests of the community, our restaurants and the employees that work in these establishments, to modify their operations to[…]
The retail sector has always been a dynamic arena of flux and of change. As our society and our culture has evolved and progressed, so has retail. The process of selling and the delivery of consumer goods has throughout history always progressed in order to keep pace with changes in transportation, technology, demographic shifts, and the resultant changes in consumer preferences. Today’s media is[…]