Chris Falk

Commercial Real Estate Broker

The key to gaining a competitive edge for any commercial real estate portfolio, large or small, is to team up with a successful local real estate professional. Chris’ local market knowledge, combined with his national and international NGKF certification, has helped him develop valued relationships with property owners and an intimate knowledge of market major tenants, government agencies, and technical advisors. Chris assists his clients in maximizing the value of their real estate holdings through consultation, dispositions, and acquisition.

Start Now — The Best Time to Look for Office Space

Posted on December 20, 2017

The best time to look for new office space depends on your company’s size, needs and location. There is no one-size-fits-all formula for determining when the search for office space should begin. Commercial real estate becomes available at all different times during the year, so you don’t have to be concerned with meeting any seasonal […]

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Selecting The Right Office Space – Design Matters, But So Does Practicality

Posted on November 15, 2017

  Designing a modern office space that meets employees’ work needs is an important part of enhancing productivity, and it also affects their attitudes. In a 2006 study of 2,000 American office workers, Gensler, a leading collaborative design firm, found that 88 percent of workers said the quality of their work environment was crucial to […]

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Utah Reaching Celebrity Status…

Posted on November 15, 2017

PricewaterhouseCoopers and Urban Land Institute recently released their 2018 Emerging Trends in Real Estate report and the Salt Lake City real estate market is the #3 market to watch in 2018.  This is obviously a very nice feather in the proverbial CRE hat of Utah. You can find some of the highlights from that report […]

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Q3 Market Reports

Posted on October 17, 2017

Our 2017 Q3 Utah Commercial Real Estate market sector reports are out and available.  Feel free to click on the links provided below.  Some sectors are demonstrating interesting new characteristics with reduced absorption and higher vacancy rates, while others continue to press forward.  Many interpretations can/will be made, over the next 12 months.  As always, […]

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IT Considerations When Choosing A New Office Space

Posted on October 3, 2017

Information technology runs the business world today. If you’re getting ready to move to a new office, making sure to minimize any IT downtime is a key part of a successful move. The expansion of any business is an exciting endeavor. Whether you’re growing and moving to a bigger space or becoming more efficient by downsizing […]

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Centerville Legacy Freeway Land

Posted on September 21, 2017

Centerville Legacy Freeway Land – For Sale, BTS or Land Lease; 1057 West Legacy Crossing Boulevard, Centerville, Utah 84014 Highlights Approximately 5.67 Available Adjacent to LHM Megaplex Theatres, New Office Developments Zoned CH (Planned Development Overlay) Approximately 600 linear feet of I-15 Visibility Excellent Location for Auto, Boat, RV Sales Immediate Access to Legacy Parkway […]

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Farmington Park Lane Commons

Posted on September 21, 2017

Farmington Park Lane Commons Overview Ideally located in the center of rapidly growing Davis County, Farmington Park Lane Commons represents a very rare opportunity as the only immediately developable ground with direct I-15 frontage and adaptable zoning that is improvement-ready. Large national and international office tenants such as Pluralsight and Vista Outdoor have made Farmington […]

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Grandview Corporate Center

Posted on September 21, 2017

Grandview Corporate Center – For Lease; 1645 East Highway 193, Layton, Utah 84040 Highlights 3,055 – 34,902 SF Lease Options Available From 3,055 – 34,902 SF Under New Ownership Entire Building Renovations Underway Unparalleled Panoramic Views Immediate Vicinity to Hill Air Force Base Excellent Access to I-15, Highway 89, Highway 193 Dense Davis County Parking […]

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Wall Graphics and Office Decor — Not Just A Fad

Posted on September 18, 2017

If your office walls are painted dull gray — the cold color of warships, concrete and cubicles, it may be time for a makeover. “In the last four to five years, we’ve all been focusing on sustainability and the impact technology has in an office,” says Kay Sargent, director of workplace strategies at infrastructure solutions […]

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Why Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is Hot!

Posted on August 31, 2017

Great article on TODs that applies to much of what we’re seeing here in Utah from Lehi-Farmington… likely more of it soon in Utah as we continue to maintain one of the nation’s highest net in-migration rates… link to article below   It’s no surprise that transit-oriented development is sweeping the country. Everyone hates traffic, […]

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