Archive for May, 2011
If you are looking for retail space along N. 27th Street, Sterling Village is a place for you to consider! The center has 1,550 sq.ft. up to 3,300 sq.ft. available at $12.00/sq.ft. NNN. The landlord is currently offering 3 months of FREE rent with a 39-month lease! High traffic and great visibility being along 27th Street!
If interested in more information click here or contact Chris Vasek, NAI FMA Realty, at 402-441-5833.
84 NAI member firms and 132 NAI agents were named 2010 Power Brokers by CoStar Group, a leading information provider for the commercial real estate industry. NAI received a total of 216 Power Broker Awards across 56 markets for its performance in 2010. Only one other brokerage firm received more awards.
“NAI Global’s performance demonstrates the strength and depth of our organization throughout the United States,” said Jeffrey M. Finn, NAI Global’s President and Chief Executive Officer.” This impressive showing confirms NAI Global’s leadership position and illustrates the capabilities of our professionals to provide best-in-class local market knowledge and real estate services in every market that we operate in. We are proud of our continued strong performance and appreciate the recognition of a leading independent organization like CoStar.”
CoStar Group tracks data on commercial properties and transactions throughout the U.S., U.K. and France. The Power Broker Awards are presented annually to the top brokerage firms and individual agents in major U.S. markets based on their leasing and sales transaction activities the prior year. The complete list of NAI member firms and agents receiving honors is available at http://www.costar.com/specialprograms/powerbrokers.aspx. (Source: NAI Global)
Gone are the days of cubicles and rows of offices. The future workplace is changing.
On Monday, May 2, a panel of four young leaders in corporate real estate, all under the age of 35, discussed the future workplace at the CoreNet Global Summit in Chicago. From the discussion it was clear that the future workplace will typify a collaborative layout, green features that benefit the environment and employees, a seamless integration of information technology, and options for where to spend the workday.
Movement towards this future workplace is already present in some local and regional offices. Employers such as Google, TD Ameritrade and Bailey Lauerman have gone away from cubicles to open environments to allow for more collaboration and flexibity. Ample light and clean air are important in designing interior space. And aspects such as outdoor areas for company barbeques or a quick game of basketball are increasingly included in space planning.
Its evident that employees and employers can benefit from embracing the above future workplace aspects into their office designs.
NAI Global Chief Economist Dr. Peter Linneman just released his latest white paper titled Beware of Inflation.
In his latest white paper, Dr. Linneman questions how it is possible not to have inflation in the U.S. economy when healthcare and commodities prices are rapidly increasing and Federal and State governments are running record deficits. Dr. Linneman examines the impact of CPI increases, the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy, government deficits and other factors that will lead to massive inflation in the US economy.
The white paper analyzes the impact that inflation will have on commercial real estate, forecasts the direction of interest rates and provides investment and financing strategies for property owners seeking to shield themselves from inflation’s destructive power.
Open house today from 4-6pm at 444 S. 10th Street! Come see the newly renovated Kennard Building and see all that it has to offer!
For more information and/or future open house dates, visit our website or contact Tom Graf at 402-441-5823.
The associates that participated included: (back row) Nick Savener, Scott Mickle, Wayne Thrasher, Mike Weekly, Doug Meier, Drew Stange; (front row) Loren Wusk, Brock Beckman, Tim McGovern; (taking picture) Diana Schilf.
Rare Earth Solar, a venture company developing new solar panel technology, is looking for a site to become its headquarters for a solar panel manufacturer.
Chris Vasek, sales associate for NAI FMA Realty told the Beatrice Daily Sun, it has narrowed the scope of its future location to “somewhere in southeast Nebraska”. One location under consideration is the former Husqvarna building in Beatrice. The lawn mower company vacated the 274,000 square foot building at the end of 2010. The other sites were not disclosed at this time.
To read the full article published in the Journal Star, click here.