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The A,B,C’s of Building Classifications

Just like in school, you wanted to get an A, sometimes you’d settle for a B, rarely would you(or your parents0 accept a C. The same is true for building classifications. Most tenants would prefer an A, but not everyone can get the best and most popular spaces.

“Are We Sure These Numbers Are Right?”

The irony has not escaped us that on April Fool’s Day 2019, all of the public companies around the world, reporting on a calendar year basis, will be preparing for their first quarterly financial reports under the new Lease Accounting standards (ASC 842 and IFRS 16).

Out of the Office: All the World’s a Stage

Since 2012, Lori Smith has played the role of Executive Assistant with unparalleled talent and commitment.  She also plays a crucial supporting role in the CRE Strategies department. Now, after a six year hiatus, she has decided to reprise her favorite role: thespian.

Annual SIOR Scholarship Presentation

Jackson Cross Partners (JCP) Broker Philip Rothenberg, SIOR, proudly presented the Annual Philadelphia Regional Chapter of Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and the SIOR Foundation (SIORF) scholarship, in the amount of $3000, to Antonio R. Perales.

Lease Accounting- Avoiding a False Start

With the initial transition date for the new Lease Accounting Standards less than two years away, a large number of companies are already in their comparative “look back” period. For US based, calendar year, public companies, the period of dual tracking between the current and future standards commenced January 1, 2017. For many of the … Continued

Out of the Office: JCP Advisory Team Member Fulfills A Dream

As a Lease Administration Coordinator at Jackson Cross Partners, Laura Sylvester abstracts information from real estate documents in order for clients to have easier access to pertinent data. As an author, she’s crafts stories that you can now read in a newly released anthology of stories by local authors titled: “Freshly Brewed Fiction”. Having Laura’s … Continued