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Announcing New Partnership with Tango to Provide Lease Administration and Accounting Software Support

Tango, the leader in Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) and Store Lifecycle Management (SLM) is pleased to announce that they have entered into a partnership with Jackson Cross Partners. Jackson Cross, one of the premier lease data management firms that will leverage Tango’s Lease Administration & Accounting Software solution to manage their hosted clients’ real … Continued

Covid-19 and Commercial Real Estate

Authored by: Pete Davisson, SIOR, CCIM An event such as the one we are all experiencing, right now, is certainly precedent setting. Nothing like this has ever happened before, so many new or different ideas will be tested. Almost all aspects of the commercial real estate industry have been or will be touched. The pro-active … Continued

Congrats to Jason Blank

Please help us in congratulating Jason Blank on his promotion to Senior Director, CRE Strategies. As JCP and the CRE division continue to grow, the partners felt that Jason was a natural fit to help lead the division into the next decade. He has proven his abilities through his various roles at the company, in … Continued

Sale/Leasebacks Long Term Challenges

Back in 2016, this was Lou Battagliese’s response to a recommendation made to Macy’s. Four years and post FASB lease accounting compliance later, other big retail companies are looking at sale/leasebacks. The realization that corporate occupiers of commercial real estate should look at the value that their occupancy creates, and manage real estate more as … Continued

Congrats to Hee Jong Kwon

Jackson Cross Partners is pleased to announce that Hee Jong Kwon has been selected for The Forum of Executive Women’s Leadership Mentoring Program. The organization was founded more than 40 years ago to help leverage the power of executive women in the Philadelphia Region.

Tenant Improvement Costs Going Up

Authored by: Pete Davisson Tenant Improvements and TI Allowances are a very serious part of lease negotiations right now. Landlords would generally prefer to negotiate and give additional TI dollars rather than reduce the face rate of the rent. Tenant improvement costs are rising faster than rent according Real Capital Markets. Landlords don’t want to … Continued