Leadership Raleigh, Class of 35

For the past the past 10 months, I have had the privilege of participating in the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program. As a Raleigh native, I have a passion for the city and have seen much growth and change over the years. Leadership Raleigh allowed me a back stage, all access pass into the…

Rising Office Rents in Raleigh

According to source after source, including our own eyes locally, Raleigh is among the nation’s fastest growing and most popular cities.  Residents are seeing the exciting benefits of infrastructure investment (Transportation, Union Station, Roads, Utilities, Fiber, etc.), amenity investments (the momentous Dorthea Dix Park project), and increasing property values.  To many, all of those listed…

Q1 2018 Market Summary

The Triangle’s Q1 office market continues to flourish. Absorption exceeded 488,000 SF, helping to contribute towards rent growth. Much of the new leasing activity was centered around RTP and downtown Raleigh. The vacancy rate in Q1 remained relatively unchanged. The Triangle’s industrial market also continues to strengthen. Vacancy rate is up slightly, primarily due to…

The Future of CRE

Another informative and powerful Alliance of Tenant Representatives (ATR) annual meeting in Newport Beach, CA is in the books.  RCR is a long time member of the exclusive tenant representation only organization.  This year, firms from around the United States and England gathered to share ideas, practices, trends, and information.  ATR provides a platform for…

Operating Expense Mistakes

Each year, landlords prepare and review building operating expenses for reconciliation and tenant expense pass through.  As costs generally tend to rise, occupiers of space are the ones who suffer, as landlords are able to pass through the majority of controllable and non-controllable expenses.  In a large multi-tenant office building, each tenant has different leases…