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?
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
2018 Sacramento Top Leasing Firm and Top Sales Firm Winner Written by Melissa Steinberg Winners Announced! Washington, D.C. ---CoStar Group, Inc., the data/analytics leader of the commercial real estate industry, just announced this year’s Power Broker Award recipients, recognizing professionals and firms who closed the highest transaction volume in commercial real estate deals and leads … Continue reading TRI Commercial Named a CoStar Power Broker Winner in the Sacramento Market
By Mark Anderson – Staff Writer, Sacramento Business JournalFeb 21, 2019, 9:01am EST A Boston-based investment manager has paid $7.1 million for 638 acres of agricultural land near Lincoln in Placer County, according to property records. The land was purchased in two parcels of 478 acres and 160 acres. The buyer, Hancock Agricultural Investment Group, is a subsidiary … Continue reading Boston Investment Manager Pays $7.1 Million for Placer County Farmland
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By Andrew Jaffe The U.S. office market is in a healthy state of equilibrium, with vacancies in the low teens and net absorption levels that are keeping pace with new development. But the solid state of the overall market isn’t shared equally across the board. Some cities, and some neighborhoods within cities, are attracting new residents … Continue reading Back-filling Office Space in Class B and C Locations