TAD IV Holdings LLC recently acquired the 5th Ave Apartments in Tucson for $1 million, with the expertise of Allan Mendelsberg and Joey Martinez, Principals and Multi-Family Specialists at Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, while Richard M. Kleiner, MBA, Principal, and Medical/Office Specialist at Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, successfully negotiated a lease for a medical office on behalf of Tucson[…]
PICOR Connect | Trends in Commercial Real Estate
Tucson’s average vacancy rate increased by 0.03% to 7.49% in Q1 2023, representing a 2.64% decrease year-over-year. The Tucson market’s leasing activity slowed as the new year turned, but towards the end of the first quarter picked back up velocity. The average gross apartment rent without utilities increased by $7 (.61%) from Q4 2022 to $1,164 per unit/$1.53 per square foot (sf). Of completed[…]
Renovated Investment Property Sells for $1.2 Mil, While a Warehouse Distribution Center Supports Nearshoring Manufacturing
The multi-family and industrial team produced the top sale and lease transactions last week at C&W | PICOR. Allan Mendelsberg, Principal, and Conrad Joey Martinez recently sold an apartment property near the University of Arizona. Across the border, Jose Dabdoub, Industrial Specialist, represented the tenant during the lease of a warehouse distribution center in Mexico.
Overall market sales volume remains strong with $68.1 million trading this quarter.
In Q2, Tucson’s post-pandemic office market began to re-center itself, as vaccinations became more widespread, and employers planned their return to office strategies. Vacancy rose to 9.5%, with an expectation it will approach 10.0% by year-end before stabilizing. Activity was strongest in the healthcare-related fields, with hospice, home health care, counseling and therapy uses most prevalent.
CoStar Group, Inc., the data/analytics leader of the commercial real estate industry, has announced this year’s Power Broker Award recipients, recognizing professionals and firms who closed the highest transaction volume in commercial real estate deals, leading in their respective markets. In Tucson, AZ, Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR maintained uninterrupted achievement among both the Top Leasing[…]
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[…]
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 11,000 businesses in Arizona and 1,300 in Tucson received economic relief from the federal government. While Arizona posted one of the sharpest unemployment drops in the country in May, it increased in June from 9% to 10%. On a positive note, The University of Arizona reopened with a mixture of online and in-person classes on August 24th, and LendingTree.com […]
Much of the analysis regarding the coronavirus impact — including ours at Cushman & Wakefield — has understandably been focused on the negative impact of the outbreak and downside scenarios. The situation is fluid, and there remain many unknowns. However, to inject a little bit of optimism and to help provide perspective, we offer five “glass half full” observations:
Like Forrest Gump and Jenny, or peas and carrots, commercial real estate and the economy enjoy a special relationship. Thus at Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, we introduce our quarterly commercial real estate update with an economic backdrop to inform our perspective.