Published at: 2016-01-29 07:37 | Author: David Karch
The industrial sector of commercial real estate has changed radically over the past few years in the state of Florida.
The industrial sector of commercial real estate has changed radically over the past few years in the state of Florida. Just a few short years ago, tenants were looking for a building with the lowest lease rates. Period. Since then, however, a new mindset has emerged with companies now examining more than just the cost of their buildings.

David Murphy, senior vice president at CBRE, is anticipating an increasingly sophisticated approach to how companies evaluate the buildings they occupy. “Bus...

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