How San Diego’s Commercial Market is Changing

If you’ve lived or worked in San Diego for a while, you know that there are certain things that you can always expect. The weather will always be beautiful, you’ll always be able to grab a craft beer wherever you are and you’re likely to see more people jogging than walking on any given day. Despite the increase in the population of San Diego in the past decade, the city has stayed true to its roots and true colors. Though...

How Smart Cities are Changing Real Estate

We have smartphones, smart cars, smart homes, and whether you know it or not, smart cities. Developers and city planners across the world are implementing new technological features into things like building design, public transport and security. As a result of this, cities are getting smarter and almost taking on a life of their own. The future unquestionably involves smart cities in a major way, so how are smart cities changing real estate? Smart Cities are Changing Real Estate According to the...

Is San Diego on track to become the next Silicon Valley?

It’s no secret that San Diego is on the rise. The city has become one of the most popular cities for people to relocate to, ranking eight in the United States for population growth from 2017 to 2018. The rise in the city’s economy has been rapid in the last decade and the city is enjoying the lowest unemployment rate that it has seen in the past 10 years. And as people and jobs are rushing into the city, people...

How E-Commerce is expanding Secondary Real Estate Markets

The boom in e-commerce in the past few years has made a lot of things possible. People are able to order things directly to their doorstep or to their business and often, they expect those things to get to them quickly. E-commerce is also leading to a quickening in another sector of the economy. Secondary real estate markets are seeing a major boom right now, in part because of the demand that e-commerce has brought to the industry. Primary real estate...

What are food halls and why are they a commercial management gold mine?

Food has long been a way for people to connect with their world and with one another. In a world that some view as becoming increasingly connected online and decreasingly connected in person, it is natural to question the staying power of the traditional restaurant experience. As people across America are eating out more often than they did in previous generations, the landscape of food and restaurant culture isn’t lessening, but it is adapting to fit current market needs. And...