Bison Financial Group, based in St. Petersburg, FL, has arranged a loan at what is quite possibly the highest loan proceeds per square foot on an unanchored retail shopping center achieved in Florida since the financial meltdown of 2008 . Read More
Wawa Starts Construction on First Florida Store
From Convenience Store News ORLANDO, Fla. — Wawa’s plans to move into the Sunshine State are beginning to take concrete shape as construction is set to begin on a convenience store in Orlando. The site will be the Pennsylvania-based retailer’s first in Read More
Construction Funds Available Now
ST. PETERSBURG, FL – Bison Financial Group headquartered here launches their ambitious “Nexus Funding Platform” aimed at bringing liquidity to the commercial real estate market and bringing jobs back to our communities. According to David Repka, Co-Founder of Bison; “During Read More
Office Job Growth Spurs Positive Net Absorption; Office Vacancy Rates Have Peaked with Some Markets Even Seeing Increases in Average Rent
By Mark Heschmeyer on CoStar Fundamentals in U.S. office markets appear to have stabilized and are headed toward an expected recovery, according to CoStar Group in its The State of the U.S. Office Market: Mid-Year 2010 Review & Forecast. In Read More
Catching a Falling Knife or Hitting a Bottom?
[BLOGGER QUESTION] Is it time to call a buying signal for office properties in Florida now that the acquisition price has dipped under the replacement cost? Or are office investors trying to catch a falling knife? Tweet Read More
Is Commercial Real Estate a Zombie Filled Black Hole or Double Down Opportunity?
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4TqcnID77c] D.C.-area developer Jeff Neal gives the Huffington Post Investigative Fund a tour of empty commercial properties just blocks from the Capitol. He says we were, “drunk on a binge of easy credit and the bartender (the market) took away Read More
Adaptation Case Study: Industrial Building Gets Alternate Use
By Carl Cronan in GlobeSt.com CLEARWATER, FL-A go-kart track operator has found a new way to use an existing industrial building: Bertrand Ollier, owner of Tampa Bay Grand Prix, will open an indoor track next month inside 40,000 square feet Read More