If given the choice would you choose to work from home one or two days out of the week, or do you strongly value working in the office? According to a recent article from
A recent survey on the top revealed…
- More than one-third (37%) of Gen Y workers would take a pay cut if it meant more flexibility on the job.
- By 2025, 75 percent of the global workforce will be Gen Y.
- Half of the members of Gen Y surveyed said they would b rather have no job than a job they hate.”
- 81% of Millennials think they should be allowed to make their own hours at work, compared to only 69% of baby boomers.
Where do you stand on the debate when it comes to working from home vs. in the office? Read the entire article over at The Miami HeraldB andB then share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Readers, we have big news to share with you! We have recently come upon our 200th blog post since launching back in August 2010 and we’d like to celebrate by reviewing our top 5 most popular posts on commercial real estate. But before we do so we’d like to thank each of you for visiting every week to find out more information on investing in commercial real estate, South Florida CRE news, tips on balancing home and work, as well as information on the marketplace and occupancy trends. Now, our most popular posts include…
We hope you have enjoyed and will continue to read our posts for CRE information, and if you need commercial real estate services in South Florida call Morris Southeast Group at 866-930-1426.
Have you heard of news of the Miami Center for Architecture and Design leasing 5,500 square feet ofB space in the downtown Miami’s landmark post office?B The ground floor of the historic post office will soon become home to a flexible exhibit and gallery, a permanent exhibit on Miami architecture, and gift store while the second level will feature flex meeting rooms and urban lab studios. Leaders of the American Institute of Architecture believe bringing the center to the downtown area will help to enliven the cultural scene and bring an exclusive venue to the community.
Originally designed by Oscar Wenderwoth the landmark recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation at the hands of Scott Robinson.B If you would like to bring your business to downtown Miami’s cultural scene contact Morris Southeast Group at 866-930-1426 to obtain commercial real estate services.
While the level of U.S. job growth hasn’t been very pleasing, the commercial real estate pricing recovery has continued and spread throughout the various sectors. The gains have made their way from institutional-grade buildings down to smaller general quality properties. According to CoStar’s latest CCRSI report,
…the two broadest measures of aggregate pricing for commercial properties each posted gains in May over year-ago levels, based on 853 repeat sales recorded during the month and more than 100,000 repeat sales since 1996. The commercial property pricing lift can also be attributed to the rising occupancy levels in most markets and increasing rents in the multifamily sector.
To read more on the pricing recovery spreading throughout the various commercial real estate sectors visit CoStar Group, and call Morris Southeast Group if you need commercial real services in the South Florida area.
Morris Southeast Group is pleased to announce that we have helped the Netherlands-based maritime services firm Svitzer Salvage Americas Inc. sign a five-year lease for a strategic operations center in Dania Beach, FL. The 22,961-square-foot storage warehouse located in the Broward International Commerce Center (BICC) will be used by the company as storage space for its salvage operations beginning in September of this year.
Commenting on the deal, our very own Ken Morris stated that,
“…the deal package provided to Svitzer was attractive enough for them choose the BICC property over 11 other locations that we evaluated nearby. In addition, the two bay units under one roof are at the corner of the building and have the type of loading docks they required. Svitzer liked the location because it hit all three of its primary objectives of port access, airport proximity and convenience for employees from the tri-county area to get to work.”
If you are interested in obtaining commercial real estate representation in the South Florida area contact Morris Southeast Group at 866-930-1426.
Everyone is familiar with the standard strip of stores at major airports that lure you in to buy last minute souvenirs and other things you didn’t know you needed while you wait for your flight, but Miami International Airport may step things up a notch.
The airport’s oldest terminal, Central Terminal, which was completed in the 1950s may be remodeled to include a multi-level shopping mall complete with escalators. The idea is one of many that are being considered for the terminal under a master plan for the airport.B Although still in the early phases the terminal would be completely modernized after the renovation, but it would still be able to handle passengers, retail, office and hotel space.
When speaking on the plans Jose Ramos, who is overseeing master plan development for the county Aviation Department, stated that “it would be a large retail development unlike what we have in travel anywhere in the United States.”
What are your thoughts on a multi-level shopping mall making its way into Miami International Airport?
You may think that now is not the right time to buy office space for your company, and are thinking of leasing instead. This could be due to lending your ears out to certain rumors you may have heard about the strict stance that bankers are taking on lending to business owners and investors, as they do not want to take unnecessary risks in the current economic environment.
While there is a chance that you may qualify it’s imperative that you speak to the experts in commercial real estate industry to help you decide if you are ready to buy office space, or if it might be better to look at leasing instead.
To avoid falling into a trap we suggest you speak to one of the professional commercial agents on our team here at Morris Southeast Group. We have over 17 years of experience South Florida commercial estate andB we know what it takes to get all the loose ends tied in order to make things easier for business owners and investors who are serious about acquiring property.
Today America will take time to celebrate its independence and we hope that you, your family and friends have a safe and enjoyable 4th of July and remember to contact Morris Southeast Group at 866-930-1426 if you are in need of commercial real estate services B in South Florida.