Employees have now spent a few weeks working from home because of COVID-19. Once people are free to congregate again, I predict that how businesses will use Tucson commercial space will never be the same.
Here are some ways I believe Tucson commercial space will be … Full Story
Now is the time to talk with your landlord and your commercial real estate tenant rep if the financial hit because of COVID-19 jeopardizes your Tucson commercial lease.
Your contract covers what happens if you have to bail on your commercial property lease or can’t… Full Story
As a business owner, you’ve done all you can to respond to the COVID-19 disruption. You’ve set up remote working arrangements for your employees. You’ve closed parts of your business—voluntarily or by edict—to promote social distancing. You’ve communicated with… Full Story
Big companies with a worldwide clientele have big needs when it comes to Tucson office space. Workforce space, sophisticated technology and operational issues require a lot of coordination to make sure essential needs don’t fall through the cracks. The task is … Full Story
A landlord indifference analysis can show how both you and your leasor can save money if you negotiate a new Tucson lease for the same space.
Your Tucson lease for commercial space is expiring. You might think you have two options:
Long-term effects of last year’s planned electricity outages in California are still being assessed, but some technology companies are questioning whether staying in vulnerable areas is wise.
Companies having to deal with California electricity service… Full Story