The U.S. manufacturing renaissance was already underway in the U.S. The new tariffs are simply adding fuel to the fire. As a result, many supply chain platforms are being disrupted which can be good and bad for companies depending on the complexity of their inbound/outbound materials.
Category: Market Trends
It’s no coincidence that Amazon’s two HQ2 winning regions represent the top two homes for tech workers in the United States. Techies are more likely to live in New York City or the Beltway than almost anywhere else. So, in the end, Amazon went where the experts are. So what does that mean for Philadelphia’s Center City? It means we need to find our place in the world and make ourselves a destination for a few major industries.
The new Opportunity Zones created in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”) are the darlings of real estate right now. And for good reason. These Zones could potentially enable trillions of dollars in current and future capital gains to be deferred, discounted and even fully exempted from…
In short, currently properties dominate the market and they are aware of it, but they are also aware that tenants look at their real estate costs much more than before and what is white today, tomorrow can be black and that is why they are always open to listening to the needs of a tenant who knows what he should do to optimize his real estate portfolio in order to improve his EBITDA.
The Netherlands has been the location of international corporates such as Philips, Shell and Unilever for decades. In recent years, international corporates like Netflix, Uber and Staples have established their headquarters in the Netherlands. Booking.com is currently building a new office campus of 730,000 ft2 in the Amsterdam city centre. Recently the European Medicines Agency (EMA) chose a 450,000 ft2 office for their transfer from London to Amsterdam. According to an EY report, 13% of companies leaving the UK are considering a new location as a result of Brexit: Netherlands. Why?