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Welcome to the Urban Land Institute Southeast Florida/Caribbean. What is Happening with Office Space in Broward County?. TODAY’S CAST. The Landlord The Tenant Downtown Fort Lauderdale. The Landlord’s View. Greg Martin, Cushman & Wakefield. Market Overview 2002. Vacancy: 

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TODAY’S CAST

  • The Landlord
  • The Tenant
  • Downtown Fort Lauderdale
the landlord s view
The Landlord’s View

Greg Martin, Cushman & Wakefield

market overview 2002
Market Overview 2002
  • Vacancy: 
  • YTD Absorption: 
  • Rental Rates: 
  • New Construction: 
  • Major Transactions: Sun International, Wachovia Bank, Union Planters Bank, AIU, Microsoft, Citrix, Carnival Cruise Lines
credit is king
Credit is King

“Show me the Money!”

competition
Competition
  • New Buildings
  • Sublease Opportunities
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Looking for solid companies with positive earning and stability
  • Looking to minimize TI & expense exposure for less credit worthy tenants
  • Looking to secure and stabilize existing Rent Roll/ Tenant Roster
  • Trying to hold the line on Rental Rates
the tenant view
The Tenant View

Paul Marko, CB Richard Ellis

needs
Needs
  • Realities of our world
  • Analyzing Sub-lease VS Direct
  • Location, Location, Location
  • Tenant Improvements
trends
Trends
  • Employee benchmarks
  • Landlord benchmarks
  • Corporate benchmarks
technology
Technology
  • Flexible working hours
  • Speed of services
  • Reduced space requirements
conclusion1
Conclusion
  • Generally Looking to improve image while reducing occupancy cost.
  • Looking to decrease occupancy costs while improving “bottom line” balance sheet impact.
  • Reject Complexity – Kiss
  • Lease Audit
downtown
Downtown

Byron Calhoun, Stiles Corporation