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Benefits of Mixed-Use Development in Buffalo

Contributed by Denise Juron-Borgese, Vice President of Development & Planning, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

It's one thing to bring a community to life. It's an entirely different thing to bring life to a community. At Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation, our team injects life into the communities we serve with new and revitalized spaces that add value for everyone. While we have experienced success in many different areas of development and redevelopment, Ciminelli has always valued creating mixed-use development in Buffalo because of its ability to strengthen community ties, make commutes easier, and give businesses a prime location for success.


The 5 W's of Construction Management

Contributed by Brian Westall, Construction Management Coordinator

Construction management is a detailed craft and can become overwhelming if you don't have the right person for the job. We sat down with our Construction Manager, Derek Bennett, at Ciminelli Real Estate Services of Florida to outline the 5 W's of Construction Management.


Looking to Move Your Office? 6 Reasons You Need Tenant Representation Services

When looking for commercial space to lease, an industry expert on your side will make all the difference. Take a look at 6 benefits of choosing Ciminelli's engaging tenant representation services.


The Commercial Real Estate Market Recovery Continued Throughout The Tampa Bay Area in 2017

Contributed by Mary Foley, Associate Director

In 2017, Ciminelli Real Estate Services saw the continued demand for smaller commercial real estate spaces and an increase in demand for larger spaces above 20,000 SF. However, an interesting dynamic appeared and we found that despite an increase in demand for both industrial and retail space, we did not find the same demand for office. Read More.

 


A Day in The Life of a Facilities Manager

Contributed by Christopher M. Keenan, Senior Vice President of Property Management, LEED AP, RPA, FMA

The variety of responsibilities associated with facilities management leads to days that are far from routine; it is arguably what makes the job so exciting. Facilities managers manage buildings. Their work is all about producing the best performance for the building they're managing - while keeping costs under control. This can include the management of snow plowing, landscaping, heating and cooling systems, maintenance, accounting, and more. We do this for our clients by first identifying their major goals for building operations and maintenance; we then create a plan to achieve these goals. Click here to read more.


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