As businesses expand and the proposed FASB lease accounting standards become a reality, real estate will become a top “C” level priority. Benefits of implementing real estate strategic opportunities now.
The office trend to do more with less space can be a rent blessing and a parking lot curse. Parking space is becoming a point of lease contention, but there are some ways to ease the frustration.
Here’s why your company’s bottom line benefits from hiring an independent real estate firm – 5 reasons to think outside the Big Box.
Jackson Cross Partners (JCP) is honored to have the opportunity to be a proud sponsor of the 2014-2015 Spring-Ford Golden Ram Marching Band as they attempt to take home a record 8th Tournament of Bands Group 4 Atlantic Coast Championship. At JCP, we’re committed to supporting a variety of charitable and scholastic programs that improve … Continued
By-product of preparing and analyzing data for corporate real estate portfolios – findings that could dramatically improve the bottom line for the corporate occupiers and their shareholders.
The concept for mix-use developments isn’t new, but it’s gaining steam in tree-lined, white picket fenced communities. Here’s why it’s the time to get in on the redevelopment.
King of Prussia, PA – Jackson Cross Partners Broker Philip Rothenberg, SIOR, proudly presents the Annual Philadelphia Regional Chapter of Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and the SIOR Foundation (SIORF) scholarship to Maria A. Pacitti. Ms. Pacitti is a senior at Temple University Fox School of Business and Management. She is an honors student … Continued
A welcome opportunity to mentor young business people and, in some way, help them make a positive impact on society.
Gen Y or Millennials are coming of age and are changing the real estate market. Here’s what you need to know on how their choices will impact the next five years.
The Women of Distinction spotlights the region’s most influential business women who’ve made a difference in their communities, blazed a trail and are leaving a mark on Philadelphia business.