Read commercial real estate leaders' industry projections for the remainder of 2011 in this special report.

  • Voit Real Estate Services especially active in San Diego market

    Voit Real Estate Services is a full service commercial real estate firm that, through its brokerage and asset services professionals working together, provides strategic property solutions scaled to clients’ needs. Voit has owned, developed and managed more than 45 million square feet of commercial real estate, participated in $1.35 billion of construction projects and completed more than $33 billion in brokerage transaction volume.

  • The Campus in Carlsbad is 74 percent leased

    Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial announced that Newport National Corporation’s The Campus development is now 74 percent leased.

  • Terra American Bistro relocates with new lease, bigger space

    Terra American Bistro -- a long-time fixture specializing in farm-to-table fare, opened its doors Wednesday at its new location in East County. After being in Hillcrest for 13 years, executive chef and owner Jeff Rossman felt it was time for a time for a change. Moving to the East College District of San Diego, where there appear to be no farm-to-table restaurants, is part of his quest to bring a larger group – and the next generation -- of San Diegans closer to the source of their food.

  • How to find America’s best business address

    According to a recent study conducted by Kingsley Associates, buildings that achieve the BOMA 360 Performance Program designation have higher tenant satisfaction scores in 47 out of 50 categories relating to tenant relations, compared to commercial office buildings without the BOMA 360 designation.

  • Taking advantage of trees: nature’s air conditioners

    Plants absorb heat as they transpire, provide shade that reduces solar radiation and reflection, can reduce or increase wind speed, and also increase fog precipitation and snow deposition. In summer, trees provide comfortable surroundings by intercepting direct solar radiation and re-radiation from heated surfaces. The temperature change can be dramatic when simply moving away from the sun into shade.

  • Property managers think twice about retail security improvements

    In the commercial real estate industry, so much time is spent concentrating on the safety of buildings that it is often forgotten to consider personal safety as well. Economic woes and job uncertainty tend to increase the potential for crime, theft and other fraud.

  • Location Matters relocates to new, state-of-the-art office in Del Mar

    Location Matters, a commercial real estate brokerage focused on the sales and leasing of retail properties, announced the transfer of its office space from Sorrento Valley to a state-of-the-art office in Del Mar, after the acquisition of three new associates and plans to build its brand and client base.

  • Benchmarking income and expense data helps buildings perform better 

    Benchmarking is one of the most important ways to improve performance in commercial buildings, helping building managers track operational indicators, identify trends and target areas that need improvement. With owners, investors and tenants all scrutinizing the bottom line more closely, tracking building performance is more critical than ever.

  • Nominate a building for the 2011 TOBY Awards

    Every year, BOMA San Diego presents The Outstanding Building of the Year Awards (TOBY), the most prestigious and coveted awards in the commercial real estate industry. The TOBY Awards honor buildings that demonstrate excellence in overall operations and management. All facets of a building’s operations and programs are thoroughly evaluated, including building management, operational efficiency, tenant retention, emergency planning and community impact.

  • BOMA San Diego celebrates ‘foundations of real estate management’ course graduates

    BOMA San Diego has met the demand for practical, core commercial real estate management education for entry-level and up-and-coming property professionals with the launch of the Foundations of Real Estate Management courses, now in its second year. The series has already proved successful with 19 course graduates since 2010.

  • Help others dress for success by donating to BOMA's suit and accessory drive

    BOMA San Diego has partnered with Dress for Success San Diego on a suit and accessory drive to be held on April 12, 2011. BOMA San Diego members will help Dress for Success San Diego in its mission to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

  • BOMA makes ‘stars’ out of energy conscious building owners and managers

    BOMA International is a vocal proponent of making commercial buildings more energy efficient and has rolled out several programs, including its BOMA Stars campaign, to help its members achieve this goal.

  • As real estate companies downsize, so does office space

    A wide range of residential and commercial real estate and real estate-centered firms -- such as title and escrow companies -- have either made significant cutbacks or disappeared completely in recent years. Whether or not this trend will continue is open for debate.

  • Now is a good time to enter commercial real estate, experts say

    With consolidations and office shrinkage still going on, now may not seem like a very good time to get into the commercial real estate business. Then again, if you can make it during this trough, you may be riding the crest of a wave in a couple of years.

  • Vacancy rates projected to decline

    It has been called a "jobless recovery" and while not entirely true, companies have definitely become more economical with their space.

Roundtables

  • Industry leaders anticipate number of deed recordings to climb

    Deed recordings in San Diego County may reach 800,000 this year, indicating that there might never be a better time to buy a commercial building. And while expansions are planned in the biotechnology and high technology sectors, the timetable as to when this occurs may not be clear.

Profiles

Archived Reports

Commercial Space - 2015

Find out the latest trends as we explore commercial space and real estate.

Commercial Space - 2014

Find out the latest trends as we explore commercial space and real estate.

Commercial Space - 2013

This special report, produced in partnership with the San Diego chapters of BOMA and IFMA, looks at local remodeling and tenant improvement projects.

Commercial Space - 2012

This special report, produced in partnership with the San Diego chapters of BOMA and IFMA, looks at local remodeling and tenant improvement projects.

Commercial Space - 2010

Find out the latest trends as we explore commercial space, tenant options and market reports in Commercial Remodeling & Tenant Improvements.

Commercial Space - 2009

Find out the latest in commercial remodeling and TI as the Transcript partners with the San Diego Building Owners and Managers Association to bring you news, views and market trends.

Commercial Space - 2008

Find out the latest news, views and market trends in commercial remodeling and tenant improvement.

Commercial Space - 2007

This special report looks at local remodeling and tenant improvement projects recently completed or under way.

Commercial Space - July 2006

In this special report, the Transcript looks at San Diego's commercial real estate industry, including some of the local remodeling and tenant improvements projects that have recently been completed or are under way. The Transcript collaborated with BOMA San Diego to present this section.

Commercial Space - 2005

In this special report, sponsored by BOMA San Diego, we'll take a look at San Diego's commercial real estate industry —especially at some of the local remodeling and tenant improvement projects that have recently been completed or are under way.