The Present and Future of the Touchless Office

While many offices have included touchless features for years, the focus on health may spur the adoption of more no-touch components in the workplace Much like the “paperless office,” the touchless office concept has been...

What the Demand For Single-Family Housing Means For the Rental Market

Many young professionals no longer want to live in high-rise apartments, which is making waves in the rental market Living through a pandemic has changed people in numerous ways. One of the effects has been...

Cold Storage Facilities Are Facing a Shortage as Demand for Fresh Food Strains Resources

Fresh, cold food is a hot commodity, increasing the need for cold storage facilities that make supply chains possible Dining out at restaurants took a significant hit during the pandemic. But while the industry isn’t...

The Expansion of Amazon Fulfillment & Distribution Centers in South Florida

Amazon is growing its footprint in the region to achieve new service levels and meet customer demands Online shopping is reaching unheard-of levels, as eCommerce sales surpassed the US $4.2 trillion mark in 2020. These...

How the Shift Away from Major Cities May Impact South Florida CRE

Major urban centers have always attracted corporate headquarters, but smaller cities are now competing for these firms The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things in society. People are going out less, travel (while bouncing back)...

Will the Government Intervene in Florida’s Struggling Film Industry?

Legislative incentives might not be imminent, but there are plans in development that could bring movies and TV back to the Sunshine State It might surprise you to learn that in 2006, Florida was the...

Co-Working Spaces May Have a Brighter Post-Pandemic Future in South Florida

Co-working spaces could become a valuable way for CRE investors to fill vacancies at their properties while allowing businesses access to flexible space  Before COVID-19 hit, co-working spaces were becoming quite popular. These locations provide...

A New Robotic Parking System May Be Coming to Broward County

Robotic parking and other technological advancements could change what CRE tenants want in the future A 1.13-acre site on Powerline Road in Oakland Park could be home to a brand-new mixed-use building that will stand...

The Factors Needed for a Complete Recovery in Florida’s Hotel Industry

Vacationers, business travelers, and cruise ships could all make the difference as the state’s hospitality industry bounces back It's no secret that Florida's hotel industry relies on out-of-state and international travelers to keep it thriving....

What Florida’s Bill 50 Could Mean For the Commercial Real Estate Industry

Lower taxes for businesses could create new demand for commercial space in the state. Florida is the only state in the country that levies a tax on commercial leases. This commercial rate applies to rental...

Will There Be Durable Changes to the Workplace and CRE After COVID-19?

Some lessons of COVID might influence commercial real estate and offices for some time There’s hope and optimism throughout the country that we could be coming to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. While it’s...

How to Separate Real Value from Smoke and Mirrors in Commercial Real Estate

Believing current trends will hold up forever is an avoidable mistake when investing in commercial real estate It's easy to fool yourself into believing the hype surrounding today's commercial real estate market in South Florida. ...