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Cupertino Development Forum

Cupertino Development Forum

Join us on December 7 for the Cupertino Development Forum, brought to you by the City of Cupertino and SJ Spotlight. This one-hour forum will highlight development projects and retail leasing activities in Cupertino. This event is free and open to the public. The forum will...

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“Dealmakers Outlook” panel adds James Chung

“Dealmakers Outlook” panel adds James Chung

The Econic Company principal and founder, James Chung is a 20-year veteran of the commercial real estate community and is a highly regarded retail broker nationally. Across the Bay Area’s nine counties, James is versed in every retail corridor and represents more than 19...

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X Team Retail Advisors Adds Econic in Bay Area

X Team Retail Advisors Adds Econic in Bay Area

X Team Retail Advisors, a national organization comprised of more than 350 retail real estate affiliate specialists located in 44 markets across the U.S. and Canada, has added The Econic Company, a Bay Area firm specializing in landlord and tenant services. Read More

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BOMA Silicon Valley: 2023 Silicon Valley Market Outlook

BOMA Silicon Valley: 2023 Silicon Valley Market Outlook

Join BOMA Silicon Valley for our annual broker roundtable discussion. Moderated by Scott Pritchett of Woodmont Real Estate Services, our panel will provide an outlook for Silicon Valley's retail, office, and industrial real estate markets. Sign up here

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What’s the Status of Retail Leases Today: Good or Bad?

What’s the Status of Retail Leases Today: Good or Bad?

What is happening in the retail space given the high interest rates? Are national tenants still leasing at the same speed as last year? What are some things to keep in mind when negotiating a lease in today’s environment? James Chung, founder of the econic company has 20 years...

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Supply chain crunch delays store buildouts

Supply chain crunch delays store buildouts

Backlogs at permitting departments and chronic shortages of labor and materials, especially in construction, are causing costly delays in store buildouts. But retailers and landlords already are finding ways to accelerate those parts of the process that are within their...

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Big-city people and tastes are influencing suburban retail

Big-city people and tastes are influencing suburban retail

Another factor bolstering the appeal of suburban sites, at least for now, is the ghost town atmosphere of some cities’ office corridors, said James Chung, a veteran Bay Area broker who launched his own firm, The Econic Co., this March. 'While it’s not the case for all of them,...

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