The beginning of 2022 will bring a fresh set of new goals for the Commercial Real Estate industry. According to iofficecorp.com we could be seeing “the rise of smaller spaces, increased leasing flexibility, an increase in suburban leases, rising demand for warehouses and distribution centers.” Our Cohen Commercial associates are specifically interested and excited for what is to come in the New Year.
Senior Vice President Christopher Haass explains “Hope is on the horizon; the Tenant Rep team at Cohen Commercial Realty has been in the trenches for 18 months, but we are starting to see the light ahead of us in the distance. We never gave up, we never stopped pursuing the best possible outcomes, we never discounted our values and we never cut any corners. With us, no matter the circumstance the client always comes first. We are positioned to not only provide a service, but also the best possible result. We are excited for 2022!”
Longtime Associate Remington Phillips says “We will see a healthy volume of transactions continue to take place as tenants, landlords, and investors look to take advantage of opportunities to position themselves in attractive growing markets.”
Cohen Commercial Office Assistant Blake Prolow thinks in 2022 we will see the market continue to grow on the same path it is on now especially for office spaces. “I also think we will see rent prices go up in certain areas depending on where the influx of national tenants and companies decide to move in Florida due to taxes.”
Click here to learn more about CRE outlooks. https://www.iofficecorp.com/blog/commercial-real-estate-outlook-2022
Happy New Year from all of us here at Cohen Commercial!