Phoenix, AZ - January 27, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Lee & Associates Arizona Principals Mike McQuaid, Mike Garlick and Chris Krewson have come together to form the largest office brokerage team in the Lee & Associates Arizona’s office. Totaling more than 50 years of service in the Phoenix office market, the three Lee & Associates principals will draw upon a deep pool of experience to meet the needs of their clients.
Phoenix, AZ - December 9, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Lee & Associates Arizona is pleased to announce a pair of commercial property sales and a five-year lease in the East Valley. In the first deal, the Freeway Executive Center II office development located at 10439 South 51st Street in Phoenix was sold for $3,750,000, or $78 per square foot. Lee & Associates Principals Chris McClurg and Adam Tolson represented the buyer, Child & Family Support Services. Bryan Taute, Senior Vice President at CBRE, and Eric Wichterman, Executive Vice President at Cassidy Turley BRE, represented the seller, FEC 2, LLC.
Phoenix, AZ - October 26, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Many retail market indicators continue to improve, despite erratic employment trends and sovereign debt worries. These economic headwinds have strongly impacted consumer sentiment, dropping third quarter expectations to the lowest point since early 2009, when layoffs peaked. Still, retail sales reached an annualized average of $380 billion in September, up 7.6% year over year. Total nonfarm payrolls have expanded by nearly 1.1 million positions so far in 2011, with the wholesale and retail trade sectors alone adding 205,000 workers combined. Rising retail payrolls and sales, in turn, have supported investor interest. An estimated $21.5 billion in retail assets have sold over the past six months, more than double the transactions recorded during the same stretch in 2010. Steady employment gains are predicted to keep inves tor confidence and deal flow near current levels through year end. In 2011, a total of 1.4 million jobs will be added, a 1.1% increase, while the key wholesale and retail trades will expand by 256,000 positions, or 1.3%.
Warehouse Sales Continue to Surge in Phoenix, While Suburban Flex Space Attracting Foreign Investors
Phoenix, AZ - October 26, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Resurgent economic headwinds have rattled the nation’s employment and industrial markets, as both hiring and industrial property sales volume eased in the third quarter. Nevertheless, the economic turbulence is not expected to lead to a double-dip recession. So far in 2011, national blue-collar employment levels have expanded by an estimated 361,000 positions, or 1.3%, and roughly $17 billion in industrial transactions have closed. During the same stretch last year, fewer than 3,000 manual-trade positions were added and industrial sales volume reached just $11.7 billion. Furthermore, several key hiring and industrial market indicators, including the Institute of Supply Management’s PMI index, showed improvement late in the third quarter, strengthening fourth quarter expectations. Total nonfarm employment is an ticipated to expand by 1.4 million new jobs in 2011, or 1.1%, after 940,000 workers were added last year. Manual industries will generate 451,000 positions, representing growth of 1.6%.
Phoenix, AZ - May 18, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- In step with national economic growth, the outlook for the Phoenix industrial market continues to improve. Nationwide blue-collar sectors expanded by 1% over the past two quarters, the greatest six-month gain since mid-2006. Moreover, both manufacturing production and new factory orders increased for more than 21 consecutive months through March.
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