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Ever heard of the true Easter Story? What's Good Friday all about? Find out in today's special edition - Happy Easter episode. Tune in as Jorge Morales reads from the gospel of Luke's account of the arrest, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus the Christ. Next week, we'll get back to covering commercial real estate news and events as usual, but t…
 
What's the commercial real estate confidence levels? What do commercial real estate brokers think of work from home strategies? Find out in today's podcast. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. Other CRE topics discussed include: Blackstone makes further enormous investment in Miami New York lawmakers introduce more ch…
 
Is commercial real estate on the up and up or the down and down? Bankruptcy and New Business dominated the commercial real estate news cycle this week. In today's podcast we discuss the top ten concepts landlords must understand regarding bankruptcy. We also discuss new jobs heading to South Florida from new to market relocations. Tune in to this w…
 
What will determine office demand in 2021 and beyond - WFH! Work from home (WFH) implementation by the corporate world will play a factor in the commercial real estate industry recovery. In today's podcast we consider the long term impact of WFH to the office sector and discuss: More retail closings coming soon Big tech continues to shed space Law …
 
When will commercial real estate recover? Are months from a turn? Will the turn happen in the fall? What about 2022 or 2023? The predictions of the recovery of commercial real estate are all over the map. Tune in and find out what the experts think of commercial real estate. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. In toda…
 
Caliente is Spanish for hot, sizzling - and that perfectly describes the commercial real estate scene in Miami. Tune in today's podcast and learn about: Miami grocer seeks to open seven new sights in Florida Amazon seeks to open another huge fulfillment center in South Floridan creating 1,000 jobs Microsoft eyes Brickell Avenue for major corporate …
 
Coworking giants Knotel, Industrious, and WeWork are back in the news. How has coworking faired in the pandemic? Yelp announces permanent work from home option for their employees - is this a trend that will shake up commercial real estate in 2021? Is the 9 to 5 work day dead? Tune in this weekly outlook on commercial real estate. We track commerci…
 
Transition will define the Miami Office Market in 2021 as office tenants transition from short term decisions to long term strategies - even if by default. What's in store for Miami Office in 2021? Tune in and learn about each of the four major Class A Office Submarkets in Miami including: Brickell Avenue Coral Gables Miami Airport Downtown Miami W…
 
How are office landlords and tenants responding to the nearly year long pandemic? The answers may surprise you. In today's podcasts we discuss the steps landlords are taking to attract and retain office tenants. We also discuss the mindset of office tenants today as it relates to work from home strategies. We also head back to New York City to disc…
 
Commercial real estate outlooks and prediction abound as we progress into 2021. Why not one more look at office leasing for the upcoming year from Don't Sign the Lease! In today's podcast, we consider: Another company is relocating to South Florida from California New York City expects a $1.5 Billion shortfall in the city's budget due to lower comm…
 
Extra! Extra! What happens in New York City, impacts South Florida! Especially Miami. In today's podcast we discuss: 2020 office leasing output including a submarket review of each New York City district. Governor Cuomo is onboard with office and hotel use changes to housing in NYC Can Del Monte Fresh be Amazon to the produce industry Will the Bide…
 
Blackstone Group signs 41,000 SF in Downtown Miami with plans to bring 200+ jobs to Miami. And more and more investment firms are "kicking tires" in South Florida. Tune in today's podcast as we discuss the wave of New York and California companies seeking to relocate to Miami. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. Also-…
 
Office tenants across the U.S. are making major corporate moves brought on by the pandemic. Where are they heading? Tune in to this weekly look at commercial real estate news. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. In today's episode we discuss: JLL's recent flight to quality corporate move in Houston 43 Execs share what…
 
Office demand is off in major markets by as much as 75% to 90%. What happened to October's uptick in leasing tours and activity? Find out as we consider national commercial real estate news and trends. In today's episode we discuss: The disappearance of office leasing activity in 2020 Office landlords at a crossroad: increasing expenses and decreas…
 
Demand for office leasing is dramatically down, a new round of lockdowns is coming for Christmas 2020, employees begin suing employers for contracting COVID-19, and sublease space is rising across America: How much more can commercial real estate take in 2020? Tune in to this weekly outlook on commercial real estate. We track commercial real estate…
 
In today's episode, we discuss several recent actions by the governing authorities which severely impact business owners if not cause them to go out of business altogether. Will small business survive COVID-19 and governmental lockdowns? Is now the right time to enforce higher labor cost on the business community? Tune into this weekly look at comm…
 
The media has declared Joe Biden as the President-Elect pending recounts and Trump lawsuits. If that holds, what's the outlook for the economy and more specifically commercial real estate? The answers may surprise you. Tune in to this weekly podcast on commercial real estate. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. Please…
 
The September job report numbers are in and the trend is looking good. In today's review of commercial real estate news, we consider: US office supply coming at a manageable pace Jobs reports for Miami, Broward and Palm Beach show signs of improvements CBRE is bailing out of California NYC Hedge Fund taking their talents to South Florida Tune into …
 
South Florida continues to attract major corporations and investment firms seeking refuge from ever increasing corporation and state income taxes, and increasing intrusion by governmental authorities implementing draconian lockdowns. In today's weekly look at commercial real estate news, we consider: Blackstone plans to open Miami office with 200 j…
 
As the pandemic continues with no end in sight, losses and lawsuits continue to mount up for the commercial real estate sector. In today's podcast, we consider: Regal closing all U.S theaters Law firms transitioning to day-officing Rent concessions mirror the Great Recession Landlords sue the federal government over the Halt Orders Returning employ…
 
Is a mass exodus of urban core districts to the suburbs a reality? Will the trend for social distancing and moving out of crowded districts last beyond the pandemic? What does the data show? In today's weekly look at commercial real estate, we discuss: Layoffs pick up for the airline industries Another round of layoffs for Walt Disney World Leasing…
 
When will workers return to the office? Will work from home stick around for the long term? As the pandemic continues, the outlook for commercial real estate begins to take shape. In today's podcast, we consider: Negative office absorption predicted for 2020 and 2021 Rent delinquencies pile up Is coworking a sustainable model in a post pandemic wor…
 
Amazon continues its impressive expansion across the U.S. and the globe. According to CNBC, Amazon now employees approximately 876,000 with no end in sight to their hiring spree. Will we all work for Amazon? Tune in to this weekly look at commercial real estate news. We track commercial real estate so you can focus on your business. In today's epis…
 
Look up the word uncertainty in a dictionary and the year 2020 will likely pop up. The business community has yet to return to the office in mass scale, with only one-third of CEO's expecting a full return in the 1st quarter of 2021. The virus, the civil unrest, the elections, the economy: so much uncertainty for office occupiers to consider. In to…
 
The New York economy is a vital component to South Florida commercial real estate with so many firms maintaining satellite offices in Miami and sending business down south. In today's episode, we bring on Joseph Armano, CEO and President of Armano Real Estate, a boutique tenant advisory firm in New York. We discuss all things New York with Joseph i…
 
In today's weekly episode, we witness the commercial real estate industry and business community pivot to succeed in a pandemic world. We discuss: Regus parent company files for bankruptcy protection on several key locations The multifamily sector experiences 237,000 cases of no payments in August Politics spoil NYC private sector alliance to aide …
 
The reality of a V-shaped recovery is quickly fading. With so many businesses closed or working from home, the long-standing impact of the pandemic on commercial real estate becomes clearer and clearer. In today's 50th podcast, we review: Only 8% of New Yorkers have returned to the Office New York City leasing activity picked up in July Nearly 97% …
 
Small business has born the brunt of the economic downturn brought about by the government mandated lockdowns and restrictions in efforts to curtail the coronavirus pandemic. But how long can small business owners continue to survive and pay rent? In today's podcast, we discuss: San Francisco and Los Angeles lead the charge in small business closur…
 
In today's Episode 048, we discuss key commercial real estate news and events of the past week including: South Florida Billionaires increase wealth during pandemic GDP records highest decrease since 1947 New Miami survey reveals bad news for office demand Rodent themed kids entertainment venue files for Ch. 11 WeWork set to default on 40,000 SF Mi…
 
In today's Podcasts, we review the news and highlights of the past week's commercial real estate news as the business community and commercial real estate sector adjusts to the longstanding pandemic state. We discuss articles relating to: Major Property Owners hires a Doctor on staff COVID-19 related cures and vaccines props up Life Sciences Your f…
 
As business continues to open across America, we consider what companies across all sectors are doing to open safely. In today's episode we discuss New York office transactions which rose in the month of May, a billion dollar retail deal is terminated, another large Silicon Valley company lays off 1,400 people, a new 160,000 square foot office proj…
 
Re-occupancy of office space comes to the forefront - May 29 2020 - Coronavirus and commercial real estate. In this weekly video on commercial real estate news, we look into the challenges companies face in bringing their employees back to the office, work from home strategies continue to grow across American corporations, another REIT forgoes a su…
 
How has COVID-19 and the government mandated shutdowns impacted the construction industry? Have construction cost risen or fallen amidst this pandemic? Has coronavirus delayed construction projects? In today's podcast, Guillermo Estrada, Business Development Director for Dade Construction Group, a South Florida commercial contractor, joins Jorge Mo…
 
The Economy begins to slowly open - May 15, 2020 - Coronavirus and Commercial Real Estate. Tune into this weekly videocast of commercial real estate news. In today's episode, we discuss the impact of some states opening their economy, a private investor provides capital to small business, and we review the ongoing saga between tenant and landlords.…
 
Coronavirus and Commercial Real Estate is a bi-weekly look at commercial real estate news and trends. May 8, 2020 Episode: Coronavirus related lawsuits grow in numbers across America between all parties. Today discuss a Miami landlord that sued Ross Dress for Less for payment of rent, and tenants suing Lloyds of London for denying business interrup…
 
What is a contract and what defines a breach of contract? With so many questions swirling around force majeure and coronavirus and rent payment defaults, are there any common law statutes that may benefit a business owner? What happens when one party cannot perform under the specified terms of the contract? Ever heard of "frustration of purpose" or…
 
Cinco de Mayo will be celebrated in homes all across America today as we continue our look at Commercial Real Estate in the light of Coronavirus. In today's episode, we discuss the staggering unemployment which stands at just over 30 million, we review a $150 million sale that falls through, a new report that predicts a swoosh recovery for commerci…
 
Light at the end of the COVID-19 Tunnel, May 1, 2020 Edition of Coronavirus and Commercial Real Estate. In today's show, we discuss where a majority of the PPP funding went, Amazon's grocery store plans, Bed Bath and Beyond's up swing, Simon Property's plan to open malls, and we look back at the rent delinquencies in the office sector. Tune in to t…
 
Trillions of dollars are available from the federal government through the Small Business Administration as administered by national and local banks. While the LA Lakers and Harvard University received millions of dollars, why haven't some small business owners received their share of the stimulus? What are the resources available to small business…
 
The Retail Apocalypse is in full swing thanks to coronavirus and the Great Lockdown of the business community. In today's Edition of Coronavirus and Commercial Real Estate, we discuss the ongoing onslaught of the retail sector including a recent statement by the GAP, continued layoffs in the restaurant and hotel industry, we review again where the …
 
Coronavirus and the government mandates have crippled the economy and the forecast is bleak in the short term. In today's episode, we discuss the continued layoffs by startups, the long term impact of work from home implementation on demand for office space, as well as the skyrocketing unemployment figures which just wiped out all the job gains sin…
 
What will the office space of tomorrow look like in post-COVID19 world? With most employees working from home, what are some steps that business owners can take right now to ensure a safe work environment when the economy finally opens? What were the trends in office space design pre-coronavirus and how will the business community reset? In today's…
 
The $350 Billion Paycheck Protection Program funding dried up quickly with 25% going to retailers, the real estate and construction industry. So where did the 75% go? Today we discuss the PPP, tensions rise between landlords and tenants, an iconic gym brand closes 30 stores and Starbucks leads the charge in the Great American Rebound. Tune into Cor…
 
Commercial real estate needs to change in a post COVID-19 world. April 17 2020 Edition of Coronavirus and Commercial Real Estate. In today's episode, we look at the pending reversal of the densification of the office, a new IMF report shows a grim picture of the global outlook for the rest of 2020, and we discuss additional furloughs in the South F…
 
What's the Emergency Paid Leave Act about and what do you need to know about current employment laws in light of COVID-19? As we are well into the coronavirus pandemic and many companies have furloughed or laid off staff, our political leaders have brought forth additional unemployment programs. Learn about these new programs as well as current une…
 
Commercial Tenants and Landlords are in a symbiotic relationship, and now more than ever, both need to communicate during the coronavirus pandemic. In today's podcast, Jorge Morales discusses the options available for both tenant and landlords as rent relief becomes a reality. April 2020 is the first rent payment affected by coronavirus, and the co…
 
What is Business Interruption Insurance? Does the current coronavirus pandemic and government stay at home mandates trigger business interruption insurance? Join us as we interview Douglas Jones, Principal at JAG Insurance. During the coronavirus crisis, with most local and state governments issuing stay at home orders, businesses are shuttered and…
 
Is base rent for commercial real estate contracts due given the coronavirus crisis and government mandatory stay in place restrictions? Is Force Majeure a get out of rent payment escape card? Are there any other commercial lease provisions that tenants can turn to for rent relief? In today's podcast, attorney Eric Coffman joins Jorge Morales to rev…
 
We are in the midst of the corona virus and government restrictions forcing most businesses to work from home. How can you keep your brand and company active while working from home? How can you let your customers and potential new customers know you are open for business. In today's podcast, author and commercial real estate veteran Jorge Morales …
 
Is rent still due this month because of the interruption from Corona Virus and mandated shelter in place regulations? Author and commercial real estate veteran Jorge Morales of Blue Box Real Estate explores common lease provisions to unearth answers for business owners regarding payment of rent. Discussion includes: Quiet Enjoyment, Interruption of…
 
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