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Multi-Story Warehouses Are the Future

By John Morris Over the last several years, the industrial real estate market has registered the strongest run on record. Thanks to economic growth, both domestic and global, and the advancement of eCommerce, Cushman & Wakefield is predicting continued growth for the sector through 2019. The challenge? Space is at a premium. It’s more difficult than ever … Continued

Serving the Unique Real Estate Needs of Not-for-Profits

By David Lebenstein Not-For-Profits’ Unique Real Estate Needs In our practice, when we speak of not-for-profit organizations we break them down into eight groups: education and schools; arts and culture; housing and social services; religious institutions; community; healthcare; government; foundations; and labor and trade unions. Each of these groups have unique needs, missions, financial structures, decision-making … Continued

How to Navigate Today’s Commercial, Industrial Real Estate Markets

Commercial and industrial real estate activity has remained very strong with no real end in sight. It has been a landlord/seller market for a while, but now it’s time for tenants/buyers to do their homework and bid aggressively before an attractive opportunity is lost. “We are continuing to see more and more multiple offers,” says … Continued

Behavioral Health Treatment Centers: The Next Big Real Estate Trend?

By Tim Callahan Mental health issues have long been marginalized and treatment options for related illnesses have traditionally been sorely lacking. Today, however, the outlook is much brighter for those seeking behavioral health care. Recently the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) changed its payment model to improve access to and quality of mental … Continued

Life on the Edge: the New Normal for Data Centers

By Kevin Imboden “The Edge” is a commonly heard buzzword at the core of the data center conversation, whether it be edge computing, edge data centers or device and cloud edges. But what is this edge and why are so many in the industry feeling so….edgy?” Simply put, edge computing means moving applications and user services … Continued

The Amazon Effect and E-Commerce

Over the last few years Amazon has not only changed how consumers shop but has drastically changed all aspects of the real estate market. This Amazon effect and e-commerce is driving a real estate revolution and the effects have been seen here in the Northeast, Ohio real estate market. Just recently Amazon has made two … Continued

How to Negotiate a Sale-Leaseback so that Both Parties Benefit

There has been a steady flow of sale-leasebacks in Cleveland as local, regional and national investors find themselves flush with cash, but with limited properties to buy. “There’s a lot of activity from outsiders looking in,” says Joseph V. Barna, SIOR, a principal at Cushman & Wakefield/CRESCO Real Estate. The reason, he says, is because it’s … Continued