Andy La Dow
Regional Managing Director
Regional Marketing Manager
San Diego - Central
4350 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92122
Main: +1 858 455 1515
Fax: +1 858 546 9146
San Diego - North
5901 Priestly Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Main: +1 760 438 8950
Fax: +1 760 438 8925
San Diego - CIVAS
9820 Willow Creek Road
San Diego, CA 92131
Main: +1 858 860 3800
Fax: +1 858 860 3900
A lease means more than a box where you do business.
Leases are often landmarks in the lifetime of a business, marking a significant investment of time and resources in your building’s physical space, which will have an impact on your business long-term.
A lease is often the second-greatest expenditure for a business after payroll, so it must be more than a cost center—we strive to make your real estate a competitive advantage. We believe your lease can support business success in these four areas:
1. A lease can allow nimble strategic moves. What will your company look like in five years? Seven? Ten? Many companies experience unexpected growth or contraction from market cycles, acquisitions, new product or service growth, changing leadership and the changing competitive landscape.
Our professionals help you assess how long-term factors such as these—even if they are unknown now—will affect your current lease scenario. We bridge the gap between landlords and tenants to help business owners retain flexibility to make strategic moves that make sense for their business, with your lease terms supporting rather than constraining these decisions.
2. A lease can be transformative for a business brand, elevating your image through the building’s own prestige or through proximity to other top brands or service providers. For example, many businesses that pride themselves on sustainability are choosing green buildings and energy-efficient options to enhance their overall brand image.
3. A lease can unite teams for greater productivity. Through careful space planning, businesses can engineer how their employees interact both professionally and casually, creating unexpected collaboration and input that can spur creativity, enhance product design, accelerate a project and improve corporate culture.
4. The three most important factors in real estate are location, location, location—really.
When this old saw is used in real estate, it doesn’t reveal the three dimensions of location that can radically affect your business. Our brokerage professionals help you take each of these into account to better target your optimal space.
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