Industry Related

6 Tips for Being a Good Landlord (And Why It’s Important)

Posted on July 26, 2018

Starting a commercial property management company means a lot of responsibility, especially when it comes to tenants. Happy tenants are much more likely to stay in place, which means less turnover for your property. When managing commercial property leases, being a good landlord goes beyond turning over the keys. These six tips can put you […]

more

Layton Station

Posted on June 20, 2018

Layton Station Highlights Planned Class “A” Transit-Oriented, Mixed-Use Project Two Planned Office Towers (East 89,000 SF and South: 114,000 SF) 18,000 RSF – 23,310 RSF (Demisable) Floor Plans Across the street from the sole Layton Front Runner Station Immediate I-15 Access 5:1000 Parking 1 Block from the new IHC Hospital and MOB Prime I-15 Frontage […]

more

Bountiful Utah Eye Center Building

Posted on June 20, 2018

Bountiful Utah Eye Center Building – 214 West 1500 South, Bountiful, Utah 84010 Highlights 12,717 SF Available for Lease Entire 2nd Floor Available (Could be demised) Newest Building in Davis County Ground-Level Secure Covered Parking Building Signage Available Public and Private Elevators Abundant Walkable Amenities Estimate NNN Fee: $4.00 For more information about the availability […]

more

Harrison Boulevard Value Add Opportunity

Posted on June 20, 2018

Harrison Boulevard Value Add Opportunity – 3293 Harrison Boulevard, Ogden, Utah 84403 Highlights Value Add Excellent Owner/User Opportunity 29,389 SF Immediate Proximity to Weber State University Center Atrium in Buidling 1.35 Acres Built in 1980 Located on the Highest Traffic Count Road in Weber County For more information about the availability of this property, please […]

more

Why Using A Broker When Buying A Commercial Property Is A Good Idea

Posted on May 29, 2018

Commercial real estate may be one of the best investments you ever make. Whether you’ve successfully built your small business from the ground up or you’re just starting out, a question you need to answer may surface eventually: Should you purchase property for your business? Buying commercial real estate can be very complex, even for […]

more

Q1 Market Report Snapshots Available

Posted on May 3, 2018

Time continues to roll along and we find ourselves almost halfway through 2018.  Our 2018 Q1 Market Snapshot reports are available.  Click here if you’d like to read more about the industrial, retail, office, or investment markets in Utah and how we looked coming out of the gates in 2018. A quick glance will tell you […]

more

Hamblin Park & Kensington Place – Townhome Portfolio Offering

Posted on February 27, 2018

Hamblin Park & Kensington Place – Townhome Portfolio Offering  Newmark Grubb ACRES is pleased to present the townhome portfolio of Hamblin Park and Kensington Place. Built in 2005 and 2007 respectively, Hamblin Park and Kensignton Place total 50 units combined. The projects have unique variations of five different floor plans, each including an enclosed garage. […]

more

Ensign Plaza South

Posted on February 27, 2018

Ensign Plaza South – 2225 Washington, Ogden, Utah Highlights 4,609 RSF – Suite 150 Class A Exterior and Common Features Main Level – Immediate Lobby Location Main Level Signage Available High Ceilings, Modern Layout Urban-Designed Suite with Large Open Area 4:1,000 SF Parking Ratio 1:1,000 On-Site Underground Parking 3:1,000 On-Site Parking Garage Additional Common Parking […]

more

Projected Commercial Real Estate Trends 2018

Posted on February 23, 2018

As we move further into 2018 and the year continues to progress, slow and steady growth is expected in the commercial real estate market. Industrial real estate is expected to remain a star performer in the market this year as investors flock to the sector’s strong fundamentals and record-breaking occupancy and rents.  Additionally, construction is […]

more

2017 Year-End Market Reports

Posted on January 25, 2018

Hard to believe 2017 has come… and gone.  With another year of commercial real estate behind us many are asking what the future holds for lease rates, construction costs, cap rates, and a myriad of other factors. I think we need only look at the analytics of last year to see what lies in wait […]

more