The retail market in Utah saw moderate growth in 2011, with national tenants and strong local retailers taking advantage of the lower lease rates to locate in prime locations.
- by Ken Simonson
Construction in Utah appears to have stopped shrinking but an upturn is not yet evident. After plunging 40 percent from its peak in early 2007, seasonally adjusted construction employment was essentially flat in the year...
Workplace professionals from around the world will meet in Phoenix to analyze the trends and new products impacting today’s built environment during the International Facility Management Association’s World Workplace 2011 Conference and Expo, Oct. 26-28 at the Phoenix Convention Center.
- by Stephen M. West
The Full Disclosure Bill would mean all individual commercial real estate sales will be reported to the State of Utah. This full disclosure will include all details related to the sale.
- by Rich Thorn
In his State of the Union, President Obama proposed new efforts to improve energy efficiency in commercial buildings across the United States with the Better Buildings Initiative.
- by Victor Pollak and Artemis Vamianakis
Green technology innovation is thriving in this economy as businesses look for cost and energy saving strategies to enhance efficiency and sustainability into the future.