Did you know that more than 75% of senior executives of commercial real estate firms in the US are white men? At Cushman & Wakefield | Commercial Property Southwest Florida (CPSWFL), we strive to develop and foster an inclusive workforce. We believe that diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) help to create and strengthen a collaborative and productive team. Learn more about “The CPSWFL Difference”.
The ways that we both live and work have actually modified tremendously over the last two years, and our commercial property needs are following suit. Because of our rapidly growing population, some businesses have outgrown their capacity. Other workplaces have less need for space because of a shift to remote or semi-remote work. Delivery services and BOPIS (buy online, pick up in-store) models are changing space needs for retailers including grocery stores and restaurants. As businesses try to adapt to this paradigm shift, many will need to renovate their space or rebuild it entirely to remain competitive.
Close to one year ago, 12-month inflation numbers began a steep climb into historic territory, reaching levels not seen in 40 years. Although banking systems worldwide continue to take measures, including raising interest rates, to manage inflation growth, it’s clear that these economic conditions will be with us for some time. For commercial renters, this ongoing inflation may cause significant ramifications.
Lee County is one of the top-ten fastest growing counties in the nation. With the population explosion comes the need for more services to meet the growing needs of our new residents, in particular medical services. Read more about what the future holds for medical developments in Southwest Florida.
2022 has proven to be a challenging year economically. High inflation, a volatile stock market, a tight labor market and growing interest rates have all created havoc for investors. The good news is that commercial real estate remains a safe haven for investors that can still generate considerable yields for property owners. Learn our secrets to managing your property properly.
Hurricane season is upon us. Make sure your building and tenants are prepared. Follow these 15 tips for before and after the hurricane hits. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for a free assessment of your property!
40 years ago, Downtown Fort Myers was not an ideal location to live, work and play. Thanks to the additions of the Luminary Hotel and the Caloosa Sound Convention Center, Downtown Fort Myers is poised for more growth than ever as people from across the country flock to our beautiful waterfront paradise. Our Principal Broker and CEO Gary Tasman speaks about the future developments that will continue to revitalize our downtown way of life and what got us to where we are today.
Smart buildings are the way of the future. Many businesses are shifting toward this trend because it increases productivity, reduces emissions, increases resale value and reduces maintenance and energy costs. CEO and Principal Broker Gary Tasman talks about the benefits of companies investing in smart buildings and discusses the future of smart technology in Southwest Florida.
2021 was the busiest year in the history of Southwest Florida International Airport, and the trend is continuing this year. The recovery of passenger traffic at RSW is synergistic with the evolution and recovery of our region. CPSWFL Principal Broker and CEO Gary Tasman discusses why airports are instruments of economic growth.