Experienced investment firms respond to changes in the commercial real estate climate, shielding their investors from the effects of a changing business landscape. But reacting
While 2020 was a challenging year for office markets around the country, activity is beginning to return to the Central Florida office market, according to the Colliers Orlando office Q4 2020 report.
Los Angeles-based Sentinel Net Lease has never overlooked the Midwest, regularly investing its dollars in properties throughout the center of the country even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Co-founder and Chief Investment Officer, Dennis Cisterna is featured in this month’s Scotsman Guide providing his insight on the commercial real estate market in this issue’s Great Plains Region spotlight.
The Tesla Store and Service Center in Schaumburg has a new owner.
With a new president in the White House, many people are wondering how a new administration will impact commercial real estate.
Sentinel Net Lease Closes Out Successful Year with Three Acquisitions Totaling $40MM in the Fourth Quarter of 2020
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sentinel Net Lease (“Sentinel”) closed out a very active year with three commercial real estate net lease investments totaling $40MM in the fourth quarter.
While the majority of the commercial real estate industry is taking a big hit, certain opportunities that function well in uncertain environments, notably triple net (NNN) lease investing, has become a powerful value driver in the market when paired with resilient businesses.
The impact of COVID-19 has laid bare certain realities of commercial real estate investing, one of which is the critical importance of resiliency in the underlying business models of tenants.