A Look at the Post-COVID Recovery of the Hotel Industry

The pandemic is severely challenging the hotel industry, and a bounce-back could take some time. Although the pandemic is causing massive economic disruption and putting numerous sectors in trouble, perhaps no industry is experiencing more...

Does the Hotelization of Offices Work in the Age of COVID?

More services and amenities could be the key to attracting tenants. But the difficulty of obtaining capital for customized improvements puts up barriers to “hotelizing” offices. COVID-19 is speeding up the work-from-home revolution, as more...

Is the Open Office Concept a Thing of the Past?

The need for social distancing is sure to amplify many pre-pandemic questions about the efficiency of open offices. The open-concept office is widespread in corporate America, though it has taken some hits in recent years....

Why Distribution and Fulfillment Spaces Could Remain in High Demand

COVID has accelerated reliance on technology and increased online shopping, which could continue to make warehouse space a valuable investment in 2021 and beyond. COVID-19 has created a situation where consumers spend less time in...

How the Post-COVID Recovery Could Look and What It Means For CRE

Recovery from the COVID-driven recession likely won't be linear, and the commercial real estate sector could be in for some volatility in the coming months. There's no doubt many businesses are feeling COVID-related economic struggles...

Why Commercial Real Estate Remains a Solid Investment Despite the Risk of Inflation

Inflation brings about uncertainty, but CRE could be a stable investment to protect against its outcomes. There's a non-trivial chance that we're heading toward a lengthy period of high inflation because of the Federal Reserve...

Is the COVID-19 Move to the Suburbs a Durable Trend?

Many Millennials no longer want to live and work in urban centers—but how much of the shift is driven by the pandemic or whether it’s a lasting trend is unclear. As Millennials start having children...

Commercial Real Estate’s Winners and Losers in the COVID-19 Economy

Although the pandemic is creating economic challenges worldwide, some industries are faring better than others and thriving because of the shift in consumer behavior. COVID-19 has done a number on the American economy, with unemployment...

Morris Southeast Group Closes 100,000 Square Feet in South Florida Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Sunrise, FL; December 16, 2020 – Morris Southeast Group President Ken Morris, SIOR, RPA, announced 100,000 square feet of recently completed South Florida lease and sale transactions, plus a new listing in Plantation, FL. Ken...

When To Use —and Not Use—Leverage In CRE

Positives, negatives, and the COVID effect When people get involved in commercial real estate investments, their goal is to increase the property's value, diversify portfolio holdings, avoid volatility while hedging against inflation, and gain some...

Morris Southeast Group Completes Third Industrial Lease with The Legacy Companies this Year

2555 Kuser Road in Hamilton, New Jersey Sunrise, FL; November 30, 2020 – Following a record third quarter in leasing and sales activity for his firm, President Ken Morris, SIOR, RPA, of Morris Southeast Group...

Outdoor Space as a Solution to Maximize Building Use During COVID

Taking advantage of available outdoor spaces can make businesses safer for customers and employees while navigating the global pandemic. We're learning more every day about the novel coronavirus that's wreaking havoc on our society, giving...