Items Tagged with 'Colliers International'

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Change Ups: Oxford Financial signs long-term lease

November 17, 2017
Oxford Financial Group signed a long-term lease for a 6,882-square-foot space located at 85 Campau Ave. NW. Read More

Reports show steady retail growth

As big names close down, new players fill vacancies, change retail market across all sectors.

November 10, 2017
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The quarterly report released by Colliers International West Michigan reflects a strong economy across the retail, industrial and office space sectors. Across these industries, a high demand for space is keeping vacancy low. Read More

Street Talk: Surviving the ‘Amazon effect’

Native speakers.

November 10, 2017
For those outside of the retail industry, the advent of Amazon and e-commerce as a whole seemed to spell the “apocalypse” for brick and mortar retail, but surprisingly, the brick and mortar model is changing to adapt to the new landscape. Read More

GR’s struggles aside, region continues to show growth potential

November 10, 2017
The Business Journal report on Colliers International West Michigan quarterly occupancy rates shows strength — and growth — across all sectors: retail, office and industrial; and given announced plans, the trend is likely to continue through the fourth quarter and into 2018. Read More

National firms putting GR on radar

Region’s economic growth should continue, but at a slower pace.

January 27, 2017
KC Conway has worked in Atlanta for the past 35 years, but he’s ready to move to Grand Rapids. Read More

New construction addresses space shortages

‘Drumbeat of demand’ is increasing in all real estate sectors.

November 6, 2015
Grand Rapids needs more space. Read More

West Michigan real estate market remains healthy

July 17, 2015
Demand is rising while available space becomes limited. Read More

Parking rates won't chase businesses

But employees’ ‘front door’ mentality needs to be rethought.

December 12, 2014
The Grand Rapids Parking Commission is considering whether to recommend monthly parking rate changes for its ramps and surface lots, which has some people wondering if higher pricing in high-capacity lots will chase some downtown businesses to the suburbs. Read More

Franklin Partners and Colliers team up again

Chicago development firm buys another local building.

July 12, 2013
Franklin Partners has decided to use the Old Testament wisdom King Solomon suggested as a problem solver — on a building that has sort of a modern-day biblical history. Read More

Chicago investors buy 1.3M square feet of West Michigan industrial property

June 20, 2013
Six multi-tenant industrial facilities in West Michigan and one in South Bend have changed hands. Read More