In a word, yes. Why? Because Small Tenants are the lifeblood of Manhattan’s commercial real estate market.
ITRA Global to Host “Doing Business in the Americas” Symposium in London for European Corporate Executives
ITRA Global, one of the largest real estate organizations devoted to the representation of corporate tenants and occupiers of commercial real estate worldwide, has announced it will host the ITRA Global 2012 Corporate Real Estate Symposium on September 12, 2012 at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel London, 239 Vauxhall Bridge Road, in London, England. Martin […]
ITRA Global, one of the largest real estate organizations devoted to the representation of corporate tenants and occupiers of commercial real estate worldwide, has announced the Missouri Partnership will be a sponsor for the ITRA Global 2012 Corporate Real Estate Symposium that will be held on September 12, 2012 in London, England. “Doing Business in the […]
France is the second European economy and has great infrastructure, food, wine and flair, so there are plenty of business and cultural reasons to have operations in France. But what are the compelling and motivating factors for the corporate tenant considering expansion into or relocation within the French market?
I could hardly write the terms fast enough – Freeholder, License to Underlet, Practical Completion, Upward Only Rent Review, Solicitors, Dilapidations, Superior Lease, VAT – before I added yet another one that I didn’t understand to the list.
In the past quarter, a new member with an office in another major market – Northern New Jersey, USA – was selected as an affiliate of ITRA Global, an organization comprised of leading real estate professionals devoted to representing corporate tenants and occupiers of commercial real estate worldwide.
While other organizations downsized in recent years, ITRA continued its domestic and international growth in the Fourth Quarter of 2010 as the largest corporate real estate organization devoted to representing corporate tenants and buyers.
During its recent international symposium for corporate real estate executives at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, ITRA addressed the challenging economic conditions that require company executives to be innovative in containing costs, especially when it comes to making critical decisions about corporate real estate
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for the latest Commercial Interiors certification (Version 3) is a great way for companies in multiple-tenant buildings to lower their energy consumption, utilize fewer resources and use more renewable resources.
If your company has a good credit rating, owns and occupies its office or industrial properties, it may benefit from a sale/leaseback transaction especially because of the current global economic malaise.