Blog 2018-04-26T13:26:08+00:00

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  • Veterans’ Voices: Retired Lieutenant Johnathan Haghani
    Johnathan Haghani, Director of Project & Development Services in Greater Los Angeles, spent five years in the United States Navy Civil Engineer Corps between 2000-2007 and served two tours of duty. First was as Facility Manager for Naval Medical Center San Diego, a 2-million-square-foot facility, and the second was as Construction... Read more »
  • Reflections on 40 Years at Cushman & Wakefield
    Sid Osborn, Senior Director at Cushman & Wakefield, is celebrating 40 years with the firm. He has been consistently ranked among the top producers in the Inland Empire branch, selling and leasing more than 15 million square feet of space and selling in excess of 3,500 acres of land over... Read more »
  • LA Named Top Tech City as Industry’s Mark on the Region Grows
    View the Tech Cities 2.0 Report View the Greater LA Fact Sheet | View the Greater LA Press Release Listen to the Greater LA Podcast | Watch the Greater LA Video A world-class workforce. An influx of capital. A new crop of disruptive players. Welcome to the Los Angeles tech scene in 2018 where... Read more »
  • The I-405 Improvement Project and the Future of Orange County
    The Interstate 405 Improvement Project has officially kicked off. Construction has begun to widen the San Diego freeway and ease congestion between Costa Mesa and the Los Angeles County line, restriping portions of the freeway and setting up concrete barriers for tree removals and grading. Paving operations and bridge demolition activities... Read more »
  • Looking Beyond Rent. In Tight Market, Landlords Are Drawn to Higher Credit Tenants
    By Rick Ellison, SIOR Executive Managing Director, Industrial Brokerage & Global Supply Chain Solutions Cushman & Wakefield In the supply-constrained Southern California industrial markets—which have the tightest vacancies in the nation—landlords  are becoming increasingly more selective about new tenants, opting for higher credit and passing over lower credit. This trend is consistent throughout... Read more »
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