New commercial real estate projects are dramatically changing the look of Southwest Florida. From downtown Fort Myers to East Collier County, Gary Tasman and Shawn Stoneburner break down the likely impacts of these additions to our area.
Although it may seem as though time has stood still since early March when the COVID-19 pandemic began impacting our region, Southwest Florida has continued to grow. Nearly 15,000 people have made Southwest Florida their permanent or primary home in the last six months.
When Tiger Woods Ventures and PopStroke Entertainment were on the hunt for a Southwest Florida location, they turned to the Go-To Team of Gary Tasman and Shawn Stoneburner at Cushman & Wakefield ...
When a commercial property has outlasted its intended use, Gary Tasman and Shawn Stoneburner know how to repurpose it for maximum value.
Cushman & Wakefield takes top spot as global advisor and consultant for third year in a row CHICAGO - Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) announced today that the firm was ...
As COVID-19 spread across the country, real estate markets across the country have been affected in various ways. However, the industrial asset class seems to endure despite the challenges that the COVID-19 recession has brought forth. Much of this is due to the industrial market’s strong position heading into the pandemic.
This month’s opening of the long-awaited Luminary Hotel & Co. may well represent the tipping point in Fort Myers’ downtown transformation from a local favorite to a national conference and vacation destination. For property investors, this change represents a great opportunity.
Unique services and experiential offerings like meditation rooms, pool tables, and fitness centers have become the norm at many workplaces. Employers who want to remain relevant and attract top talent are taking notice and adapting their workplace designs to incorporate more employee amenities.