Author Archives: Matt Durack


People & Projects to Know: Brokers

People & Projects to Know
by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage

Anthony Lydon Managing director JLL  Commercial real estate is a family business for Anthony Lydon, a 30-year veteran in the supply chain industry. Today, Lydon, who goes by Tony, works as the managing director at JLL. He is proud of his accomplishments, but says he is most proud to see his family follow in his footsteps.… Read More →

Trends to watch in 5 commercial real estate markets

Phoenix

It’s that time of year again when commercial real estate firms analyze market activity based on numbers and reports from the first two quarters of the year, and predict how that will impact the rest of 2016 through next year. Experts in their respective markets weighed in on the findings from quarter two reports in… Read More →

DMB president sees urban redevelopment as future for valley

DMB

Brent Herrington, president and CEO of DMB Associates Inc., finds his company in the middle of a major change in strategy. DMB, known for building large masterplan communities, now shifts its focus to urban redevelopment style projects aiming for more infill and adaptive reuse. He took over for former president Charley Freericks in February and… Read More →

How can offsite team building boost your bottom line?

Companies are always looking for new and more effective ways to increase their employees’ productivity and building morale and camaraderie. Employers have a strong desire to create workplace environments that make people excited to work there. As a result, the act of taking the employees out of the office for a little bit of team… Read More →

Report: Tightened Class A Office Activity is Driving Class B Activity

Phoenix
by in AZRE Magazine | Office

The Phoenix office market experienced a rise in leasing activity, high net absorption and increased rental rates according to second quarter reports. As Class A space fills in some of the most desired corridors of the city such as Camelback Corridor, companies are turning to Class B space in new corridors like Phoenix Midtown to… Read More →

How to prepare your home’s roof for the monsoon

monsoon
by in Home & Design

It’s nearly that season again in the valley, the time of the year where high winds, relentless rainstorms and walls of dust tear through the city. The monsoon is a hallmark of the Arizona summer, one that longtime residents of the valley have become accustomed to. While the storms may seem routine and harmless to… Read More →

Learn to keep a perfect home at Home and Landscape Show

by in Home & Design

This July, lovers of gardening and crafts will be able to enjoy a fun and interactive experience, as Glendale’s University of Phoenix Stadium will host the largest home show in the southwest, the Maricopa County Home and Landscape Show. Over the course of a three-day weekend, guests at the home show will have the opportunity… Read More →