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How Real Estate Is Adjusting to Our Changing Moral Compass

In a sign of the changing times and an increased focus on tenant needs, large landlords are striving to attract and retain tenants by offering an array of perks inside their new and existing builds—such as cocktail bars and wine lockers. At the same time, we seem to...

Opportunity Zones VS 1031 Exchanges

The new program offers another route to postpone or eliminate taxable gains. While the tax benefits of Section 1031 exchanges in commercial real estate are well-known to most real estate professionals, the new qualified opportunity zone program now offers another...

6 Commercial Lease Clauses to Avoid

When you enter into a commercial lease negotiation, you do so in good faith and want to believe that the landlord is presenting you with a fair agreement. Unfortunately, there is always a chance that the landlord has included clauses that weigh heavily in their favor...

What to Know About The Lease Extension Clause

When you're signing a commercial lease, the extension clause may not seem as important as some other details like the rent and CAM, but it's a mistake not to carefully read the extension clause. Because tenants tend to receive the most benefits from this portion of...

Discovering the Hidden Costs of Leasing an Office Space

Once you’ve located your ideal space (after a lengthy search, tour, and negotiation process), the real work begins. Moving, logistics, and continuity of business are your prime concerns, but there’s more you should consider before signing the lease and securing the...

Retail in South Florida: Experiential All The Way

Owners of shopping centers have a choice: They can lease space to whomever shows up with a check in hand, putting a dollar store here and a fancy salon there. Or, they can think like Edens Vice President of Investments Nicole Shiman, who orchestrates an entire plaza...

A Complete Checklist and Outline for Moving to a New Office

Office moves always start out with excitement. The thrill of a larger space, upgraded amenities, or a better location are exactly why companies expand to a new location. But after your search, endless tours, negotiations over lease agreements, and finally signing the...