Post Covid – How Construction Finance Has Changed

Photo: Levelset Written By: Teddy Swain, TRI Commercial Real Estate Advisor Given all that is going on in the world today – Covid-19, shelter in place, record unemployment – it is now more than ever crucial that we continue to see the much needed affordable and market rate housing be built in the Bay Area. Cities … Continue reading Post Covid – How Construction Finance Has Changed

Closing Time. Why are so Many Sac Restaurants Shutting Down?

By Chris Macias On the surface, the scene looks like an idyllic snapshot of brunch time in downtown Sacramento. It’s a recent Saturday morning at Jim-Denny’s Diner, where servers carry Frisbee-sized pancakes to its sunny and crowded patio. Inside, the 10-seat counter remains packed and chatty while onions and burgers sizzle on a tiny grill. The line … Continue reading Closing Time. Why are so Many Sac Restaurants Shutting Down?

The New Normal? Bay Area Property Managers Reckon With Shut-Off Fallout

October 10, 2019 Dean Boerner, Bisnow San Francisco Reporter When Pacific Gas & Electric Co. broadened its shut-off map to about 600,000 customers Wednesday night, the utility company also added to the number of owners and property managers forced to enact emergency measures. It's a potential, but untenable, new normal for Northern California. "There has to be … Continue reading The New Normal? Bay Area Property Managers Reckon With Shut-Off Fallout

Foothill Farms Shopping Center Getting $2 Million Investment

Goodwill will occupy the building at right in the Foothill Farms Plaza retail center at 5401-5445 Auburn Blvd.BEN VAN DER MEER | SACRAMENTO BUSINESS JOURNAL By Ben van der Meer  – Staff Writer, Sacramento Business Journal Sep 23, 2019, 9:56am EDT On the corner of a busy intersection, the Foothill Farms Plaza retail center is a bit … Continue reading Foothill Farms Shopping Center Getting $2 Million Investment

Big Yard, Rail Spur Help $7.75 Million Sale of Woodland Industrial Property

By Ben van der Meer  – Staff Writer, Sacramento Business JournalAug 15, 2019, 2:58pm PDT Updated Aug 15, 2019, 7:11pm EDT An industrial property at 1455 E. Kentucky Ave. in Woodland, which sold recently for $7.75 million, has both sizable yard space and access to a rail spur as points in its favor, said a broker on the deal. A … Continue reading Big Yard, Rail Spur Help $7.75 Million Sale of Woodland Industrial Property

TRI Recruitment Surge Boosts Broker Headcount

TRI Commercial’s Cultural Shift and Upgraded Platform Begin to Pay Off  (June 17, 2019 – SAN FRANCISCO) – TRI Commercial/CORFAC International increased its roster by nearly 25 percent over the last six months, adding 12 brokers in the East Bay and eight in the Sacramento region. The company, one of Northern California’s top independent commercial … Continue reading TRI Recruitment Surge Boosts Broker Headcount

Reaping the Benefits of a Culture Shift & Platform Upgrade

www.tricommercial.com UPDATE: Note since the original article ran in June, three additional agents have been hired, including Office Associate Dominic Borrecco in Roseville, Office Associate Matt Dumanovsky in San Francisco, and Industrial Associate Keith Serne in Walnut Creek. If as they say, “the proof is in the pudding,” then 2019 is proving that TRI Commercial … Continue reading Reaping the Benefits of a Culture Shift & Platform Upgrade

2019 TRI Companywide Meeting

Over 100 agents, property managers, and admin personnel turned out last week for our companywide meeting at the Falls Event Center in Roseville. TRI President, Thomas Martindale Walnut Creek Office Manager, Edward Del BeccaroTRI CFO, Andrew MurbachTRI Owner, Charles Wall Exciting developments were highlighted during President Thomas Martindale’s opening remarks, including the addition of the … Continue reading 2019 TRI Companywide Meeting

How Firms are Staying Agile for the Future

The Sacramento market continues to see Bay Area investors looking for quality properties with sensible returns, and TRI Commercial/CORFAC looks to capitalize on that activity with a recent management restructure. By Lisa Brown | May 20, 2019 at 04:00 AM SACRAMENTO—Industry veteran Ed Benoit has been in the trenches for many years as a broker and manager of … Continue reading How Firms are Staying Agile for the Future

TRI Names New Brokerage Manager in Roseville/Sacramento

CRE Veteran Cole Sweatt Will Oversee Daily Operations  ROSEVILLE (May 7, 2019) – Cole Sweatt, Vice President of TRI Commercial/CORFAC International, has been promoted to Brokerage Manager of the commercial real estate company’s Roseville and Sacramento offices. Sweatt and co-manager Rick Phillips, CCIM, will partner with Ed Benoit, CCIM, who’s stepping away from day-to-day brokerage management to … Continue reading TRI Names New Brokerage Manager in Roseville/Sacramento