Jackson Cross Partners (JCP) is pleased to welcome H. Scott Siegfeldt to the CRE Strategies team. Siegfeldt’s primary role will be negotiating lease transactions for one of the nation’s largest outpatient physical therapy providers.
Wishing you the very best this holiday season!
The office industry has seen a huge shift in large tenants, especially in major cities. Financial and law firms are now bidding against tech companies. Meanwhile, in the industrial market there’s a new kind of tenant, who has yet to make as big an impact as tech companies, but who is definitely pouring new life … Continued
“If you build it, they will come”, great quote, but not necessarily true these days. More and more, commercial real estate is being build-to-suit the customer. Banks, long ago, figured out this concept but now healthcare, higher education, corporate, and e-commerce- are decentralizing. It’s no longer about one location, it’s about new branches.
A tradition since 1980, the 36th Annual Wilmington Real Estate Forecast breakfast is Tuesday, December 8th. The event, held at the DuPont Hotel, brings together leaders in the legal, corporate users, government, development, and banking sectors.
Millennials have a definite preference for where they want work and live, which is why universities are aggressively acquiring or leasing real estate, especially in urban areas. Once dormant property owners, universities are using real estate to attract the best and brightest. The result of this property push is college and universities are becoming some … Continued
For the second year in a row, the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House (PRMH) hosted its Show Your Stripes sock campaign.
Catherine Swift Sennett ‘80, Esq., Partner in Charge of Advisory Services for Jackson Cross Partners was nominated by Drexel President John Fry to be a distinguished inductee for the 2015-2016 class.
Jackson Cross Partners is pleased to announce Jason Blank has been promoted to Senior Transaction Manager. In his new position, Jason will be responsible for the in-service agendas, developing new processes to eliminate redundancy in our internal operations, as well collaborating with JCP’s marketing team to better present our multi-market portfolio capability.
The common area is a “necessary evil” in leases- it covers everything from elevator shafts, secondary means of egress for life safety reasons; and HVAC vertical penetrations to the restrooms. Tenants pay, directly or indirectly through rent, for the maintenance of these areas. The combination of building utility areas and presentation spaces make up 10% … Continued