News & Articles

ITRA Global Reports Toronto Office Market May Be on the Verge of an Uptick in Vacancy Rates

Posted in: Press Room | November 19th, 2013 / Toronto, Canada

The Toronto skyline has been reshaped dramatically over the past decade and the coming decade may see little activity except for the leverage shifting from landlords to space occupiers.

Lease Audits for Fun and Profit – Issue 34

Posted in: Newsletter

Believe it or not, corporate tenants often spend more time and money matching up purchase orders and paying for bottled water than they spend making sure that their rent expense (most likely the second highest company expense after personnel) is correct.

How Startups Disrupted the New York City Office Space Leasing Market

Posted in: Articles | by Andrew Stein and Bert Rosenblatt - ITRA / Vicus Partners, LLC

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a tech revolution happening in New York. In the past two years, hundreds–if not thousands–of new tech companies have hatched in NYC. Many of them are growing rapidly and gobbling up office space—and they want that space to be cool.

The Levy Group / ITRA Global Secures £1.5 million ($2.4 million) of Lease Incentives for ATG Media

Posted in: Press Room | October 28th, 2013 / London, England

The tipping point was the £350,000 ($565,000) per year savings achieved in reduced rent and business rating taxation.

ITRA Global VIP Sponsor, Arizona Commerce Authority, Tells Commercial Site Selection Experts: Arizona Is Open for Business

Posted in: Press Room | October 25th, 2013 / Tucson, AZ. USA

Corporate Real Estate executives learn about $25 million fund to help companies bring high-quality jobs to the state.

ITRA Global Executives Recognized as 2013 Women of Influence

Posted in: Press Room | September 27th, 2013 / Chicago, IL. USA

Real Estate Forum magazine selects two ITRA Global affiliates as Women of Distinction in the Industry.

International Tenant Representative Alliance (ITRA) Global Conference to Showcase Arizona as Global Best Place for Business

Posted in: Press Room | September 10th, 2013 / Scottsdale, AZ. USA

ITRA Global commercial real estate site selection experts gather in Arizona for Annual Fall Conference, providing an opportunity for state economic developer leaders to showcase Arizona as a prime location for business expansion.

ITRA Global Reports: Technology Sector Ignites New York City Real Estate Market

Posted in: Press Room | August 30th, 2013 / New York, NY. USA

According to ITRA Global / Vicus Partners, in the first quarter of this year, technology, media and information firms took more space in New York City than financial companies.

ITRA Global Reports Canada’s Industrial Real Estate Market Making Strong Gains

Posted in: Press Room | July 31st, 2013 / Toronto, Canada

Despite conflicting news stories over the past few years on the state of the international economy, Canada’s industrial sector seems to be much stronger than most Canadians think. The industrial space vacancy rate is a strong barometer for the health of the Canadian economy – and it is going down. “Not only do we track the entire industrial market, but we also monitor portfolios of individual landlords. When we see the landlords who control the big box product and the landlords who control the small unit sector both show strong performance, we know we are on to something.” says Jeff […]

ITRA Global Top 10 Pro-Business States Curb Decline of Middle Class & Foster Economic Growth

Posted in: Press Room | July 23rd, 2013 / Chicago, IL. USA

“Americans have noticed that while costs have risen, incomes have not. In reality, the cost of living has risen by approximately 33 percent from 2000 to 2012 while median family income for the same period has decreased by approximately 7.2 percent,” says Dr. Ronald Pollina, President of ITRA Global Chicago / Pollina Corporate Real Estate, Inc., in the just-released Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business States for 2013. The study is co-published with the American Economic Development Institute. “American families increasingly find their standard of living is not improving, their incomes are not rising and they are sliding increasingly into debt. […]