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Rising Interest Rates Could Throw Nation into another Recession

Although commercial real estate investors had major concerns over the rise in interest rates following the presidential election in November, rates have moderated and are having a minimal impact on commercial real estate transactions, according to a CBRE study. The study found the rate hike so far has had little or no impact on two-thirds […]

April 25th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

Marijuana Legalization Creates New Sector in Industrial Real Estate Market

NAIOP’s Industrial Space Demand Forecast, First Quarter 2017 Report, predicts industrial quarterly net absorption to average approximately 64 million square feet, a level similar to that in 2016. The model indicates that areas involving consumer products and e-commerce distribution are likely to remain the largest generators of demand for industrial space in 2017. Contributing to […]

April 25th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

Restaurant Sales Keep Retail Market Afloat

As big-box stores such as Sears and Macy’s continue closing their doors citing e-commerce as the straw that broke the camel’s back, brick-and-mortar landlords wonder if there’s any hope left for retail. Fortunately, sales at restaurants and drinking establishments grew to the tune of $155 billion. A report from Reis, Inc., Is the Retail […]

April 25th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

Top 4 Challenges Facing Office Occupiers

Interested in what’s driving office occupiers? In an attempt to temper the uncertainties spurred by the political climate, the shift in office design and the amenities required to remain competitive, companies are juggling a lot as they search for the right mix to stay relevant. Find out the top 4 areas office occupiers see as […]

April 25th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

San Elijo Hills Town Center

1501-1523 San Elijo Road

San Marcos

10,997 square feet, Retail

Meissner Jacquét has managed San Elijo Hills Town Center since 2009 for previous owner HomeFed Corporation. Upon the center’s sale to Ambient Communities, Inc., a real estate development company with headquarters located in San Diego, Meissner Jacquét was maintained as the commercial […]

April 18th, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments

Lemon Grove Plaza

7012-7144 Broadway Avenue

Lemon Grove/Spring Valley

151,788 square feet, Retail

Bought by Starboard Realty Advisors, LLC, a privately-held operator and sponsor of primarily retail shopping center investments headquartered in Irvine, ownership required a new management team to be on-boarded in less than three days due to escrow requirements. Meissner Jacquét’s previously positive […]

April 18th, 2017|Case Study|0 Comments

Trump Budget Proposes Deep Cuts to Expand National Defense

President Trump’s budget is proposing big changes for the 2018 federal fiscal year. Mainly by expanding national defense by cutting dozens of government programs and agencies, which the administration sees as contributing to a costly and ineffective federal government. Funding would be eliminated for long-distance Amtrak trains, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, including PBS and […]

March 28th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

E-Commerce Breathes Life into Secondary Industrial Markets

Returns for industrial real estate have been close to the highest of all property types. But is there room to grow? Signs are pointing to yes, due to e-commerce’s contribution. With the ability to track, store, analyze and apply information, more efficiencies will be built into supply chains. Online retailers keep higher levels of inventories, […]

March 28th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

Malls Struggle to Maintain Relevance Amidst Online Shopping

When is the last time you got in the car and headed to your local mall for a day of shopping? Probably not recently if you’re a Millennial. Mall landlords today are struggling to keep their tenants and layouts relevant in the face of online shopping. That’s why they’re focusing on “placemaking” by making their […]

March 28th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments

Office Investment Environment Continues to Appeal Despite Slowing Demand

The buzz is that the office sector will experience a slowdown this year due in part to a labor shortage and an abundance of new supply being delivered that will drive up vacancy rates and slow rent growth. Other contributors include less space required per employee due to the open-plan office space trend and a […]

March 28th, 2017|Trends|0 Comments