Credential letters following a name often signifies advanced study of a subject. In the case of commercial real estate, SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) signifies that a broker has met stringent qualifications. SIOR means the broker is amongst the Top 10% brokers (industrial and office) around the world. Among those who have received … Continued
Mike Reese wakes up every morning with a song in his head, which make sense since he’s been singing for more than 30 years. When he’s not singing, he’s working on lucrative deals for Jackson Cross Partners Corporate Real Estate Strategies clients.
1475 Dunwoody Drive is getting some note worthy buzz. With a state of the art gym, full service café and patio, and electric vehicle charging stations, 1475 Dunwoody Drive has many of the ‘Must Have’ amenities that employees are looking for.
Ice in the west, hurricanes in the southeast, plus winter is coming to the north- all potential disasters for people leasing commercial spaces. Yet, businesses with multiple facilities in one or more of those regions can’t just simply refer to a single lease for answers when catastrophic events occur. Clauses, provisions, local/state laws all vary … Continued
He’s known for helping companies make major moves, now JCP’s Pete Davisson’s move is being highlighted in this article.
Pictured above (l to r): Philip Rothenberg, SIOR, Recipient Alex Cohen, M. Moshe Porat, Dean of The Fox School of Business 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 … Continued
As I approach a milestone birthday I am amused by how the arc of my career has come full circle. As a brand new IBM sales trainee in 1980 my first assignment was to create a rent vs own analysis to convince companies that were renting rooms full of the IBM 029 card punch machines … Continued
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When Nancy Battagliese talks about a special project she’s involved with, she tends to get teary eyed. For more than 20 years, Nancy has been involved with humanitarian organizations that provide relief for places around the world.
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.