36th Street Partners Acquires Ontario Industrial with Value-Add Potential

36th Street Partners acquired a 17,360-square-foot multi-tenant industrial property located at 1804 to 1828 E. Elma Court in Ontario for $3.48 million. Its equity partner on the deal is JW Capital, a Los Angeles-based family office.


Office Vacancy Falls as San Bernardino Hopes to Return to Former Glory

Currently, the only large office building proposed in the City of San Bernardino is a 307,000-square-foot structure that would serve as an administrative building for the County of San Bernardino.


Could There Be a CRE Upside to a Recession?

You don’t want to wish ill on anyone, but it can be comforting to realize that if the economy goes bad, you might receive some benefit.


How The Pandemic Really Impacted CRE Asset Classes

In just two years, we went from a very bleak, uncertain future to a comparatively stable positive outlook.


Commercial Real Estate Executives Optimistic Despite Serious Current Market Challenges

Commercial real estate executives expressed a modest increase in optimism about market conditions, according to The Real Estate Roundtable’s Q4 Economic Sentiment Index.


Coronavirus fallout: Is commercial real estate headed for a crash?

SAN DIEGO — Within the next week, David Marino will list nearly 300,000 square feet of sublease office space in San Diego’s Sorrento Mesa neighborhood that current tenants no longer need.


Allied Commercial Real Estate Helping Soles4Souls Fight Extreme Poverty

Southern California Realtor Tony M. Guglielmo and Allied Commercial Real Estate host holiday shoe donation drive for Soles4Souls to help people in need step out of poverty one pair of shoes at a time.


Realtor Tony M. Guglielmo, CCIM Discusses the Importance of Investing in Commercial Real Estate

Southern California Realtor Tony M. Guglielmo, of Allied Commercial Real Estate, lists the top three reasons to add commercial real estate to one’s investment portfolio.


Allied Commercial Real Estate Expands with New Office and Team Members

The new office is located at 9327 Fairway View Place, Suite 300, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730. Allied Commercial Real Estate’s focus and expertise on the Inland Empire and surrounding areas allows them to have unsurpassed market knowledge and insight into market factors and trends, demographics, recent sales, recent leases, employment and business growth, active buyer pools and much more.


Lincoln Property Company Spends Over $100 Mil on Inland Empire Industrial Portfolio

Lincoln Property Company has purchased a 745.6k sf industrial portfolio in Rancho Cucamonga for $104.6 mil ($140/sf). The assets were sold by Colony Capital Inc.


Los Angeles/ Southern California Named No. 1 Market In The Americas For Real Estate Investment ... Again

When it comes to commercial real estate investment, Los Angeles continues to stay on top despite the area's high land and building prices.


10 New Laws That Will Affect The Rental Housing Industry This Year

Numerous laws taking effect on New Year's Day will impact the way housing providers do business in California. To help you prepare, we've summarized 10 of the most significant of those new laws in the paragraphs below.


Trump Is Getting Involved In Opportunity Zones, And Experts Think That's A Good Thing

Opportunity zones have become the darling of real estate investors since their adoption last year, but the still-under-the-radar program is poised to receive a lot more attention, and possibly scrutiny, after it was promoted in the Oval Office last week.


Things To Know About The New Opportunity Zone Guidelines

After several months of waiting, real estate investors, developers and other keen commercial real estate observers have finally received answers to some of their many questions about the Opportunity Zone program.


San Bernardino Office Building could be Transformed into an Apartment Complex

A vacant two-story office building on North Arrowhead Avenue in San Bernardino could be converted into a 15-unit apartment complex should city leaders authorize the building’s reuse this week.

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