More new businesses are opening, expanding and relocating to Tucson.
Good days—nay, possibly years—are ahead for Tucson’s economy as the southern Arizona metropolitan area finally finds its footing after the Great Recession of 2009. And that means a healthy… Full Story
Report shows Arizona benefits from California’s exodus of companies, but Tucson can do better.
It’s no surprise that the anti-business climate in California has caused a steady exodus of companies to more affordable places.
We at Commercial Real Estate Group… Full Story
You may think you know what you want and need in a business space, but focusing your requirements will save you time and money on your search.
The easiest journey to getting the Tucson commercial property lease that’s best for your business starts with asking the … Full Story
Commercial Real Estate (CRE) property value in every category and in almost every major market across the country has made a full recovery since the Great Recession. CRE investment activity has been moving along at a steady boil and vacancy factors are consistently… Full Story
Finding the right space for a business is a complicated process involving a number of moving targets. Everyone is familiar with the old adage location, location, location, but timing and pricing will also dominate the decision-making process during a real property… Full Story
Tucson, Arizona. Companies that service the mining industry will find a thriving, supportive mining community in Tucson, Arizona, where opportunities exist for start-ups, relocations or expansions, according to a white paper issued by ITRA Global affiliate… Full Story
Whether buying or leasing Tucson commercial real estate, the site you pick depends on a systematic approach to evaluating potential locations.
You don’t have to rely on a gut feeling as to whether your business will do well in a particular Tucson retail space.… Full Story
Planners of Tucson office space can encourage more productivity by giving employees room to socialize, collaborate and have more reasons to stay at the office.
Encouraging productive employees isn’t just about giving them stimulating work and generous… Full Story