Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Services
H5 Commercial Realty Advisors isn’t just about property types. It’s also about specialized commercial buyer, seller and tenant client services. H5 Commercial Realty Advisors has many years of experience in these services in the San Antonio real estate market.
|Sales and Leasing||Tenant Representation|
Managing retail and commercial real estate with multiple tenants is one of our specialties. Let H5 Commercial Realty Advisors help you as an owner to keep your properties fully–occupied and to sell them when your business plans dictate.
Businesses that lease commercial space have special needs and highly focused requirements. We’ve been representing commercial tenants for many years in the San Antonio real estate markets, and can help commercial tenants in locating space and realizing its highest and best use.
|Property Management||Project Management|
We relish the hundreds of details that enter into working with owners and tenants as a property management resource. Commercial real estate property management expertise is something we’re known for and we get a lot of our business through referrals from happy customers.
Whether it’s development of raw land, new construction of commercial or industrial space, or renovation of commercial and manufacturing facilities, H5 Commercial Realty Advisors is your premier project management resource in the San Antonio real estate market.
|Investment Analysis||Retail Services|
Sellers of commercial properties need a real estate brokerage that understands the many considerations and calculations that enter into analyzing a property for investment potential. That’s the only way to properly market it. Buyers need the same knowledge and expertise in evaluating properties to make certain that they’re getting precisely the right commercial real estate for their needs. We’re the best at what we do, so give us a call.
The retail business requires a lot of dedication to customer service to be successful. H5 Commercial Realty Advisors realizes that we must provide a similar high level of customer service to retail businesses to support their customers’ experience. We are there to provide maintenance, marketing and facility services to promote retail success.
|Commercial real estate brokerage requires a higher level of real estate knowledge and experience, and we deliver that experience to our clients daily. Give us a call at 210-679-4777, or email us so we can get started in serving your needs.|
Latest Real Estate News
Office Lease Up (Aug. 3) Pacific Biosciences Buys Time with Facebook, Signs New 180,000-SF HQs Lease with Principal03 Aug 2015 01:46:34
Pacific Biosciences of California Inc., which has been operating month-to-month on 186,000 square feet of leases over seven different buildings, has agreed to terms for consolidation of its space into a new 180,000-square-foot home.
The company entered into a new lease agreement with an affiliate of Principal Global Investors for 180,000 rentable square feet at 1315 O’Brien Drive in Menlo Park, California.
The term is for 132 months, commencing...
It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: New York City, San Diego, Phoenix / Tucson, Columbus, Atlanta, Houston, Chicago, Inland Empire, Orange County, South Florida, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Charlotte, Nashville, and Orlando.
NEW YORK CITY
McDevitt to Head Greystone’s New Multifamily Division
By Chris Ulrich...
PHOENIX – ViaWest Properties LLC, with joint-venture partner AllianceBernstein U.S. Real Estate Partners II LP, has acquired the three-building Biltmore Financial Center at 2390-2398 E. Camelback Rd. for $163.1 million, or about $257 per square foot. Invesco Real Estate sold the campus on behalf of the State of Florida Retirement Fund.
The Northern Trust Bank Tower is an 11-story, 299,499-square-foot, 4-Star office building constructed...
Rising demand from top corporate tenants for a shrinking supply of high-quality office space is fueling another wave of skyline-altering office development in U.S. CBDs and inner-ring suburbs.
For a prime example, look no further than the 40-story, 662,000-square-foot skyscraper Hines Interests started last month at 1144 15th Street. The tallest office tower to be built in Denver since the 1980s, the Pickard Chilton-designed building is due for...
Even though the Fed today signaled that it remains on course to raise interest rates in September or later this year, a few banks have already begun raising interest pricing on their commercial real estate loans, particularly for multifamily property. While long expected given the overall strength of the economy, the bump in pricing is coming weeks in advance of an expected hike in the Federal Reserve Bank lending rate.
"We’ve seen rates increase...
Dallas-based Crow Holdings Capital-Real Estate is back in the market, this time raising money for its seventh real estate fund: Crow Holdings Realty Partners VII. Crow is looking to raise up to $1.5 billion for its VII fund with a target close date in November 2015.
The fund plans to invest in a diversified portfolio of domestic real estate including industrial properties, grocery-anchored and neighborhood retail properties, multifamily housing...
The U.S. industrial property market continues to attract unprecedented interest from global investors. In the latest industrial portfolio mega deal since the end of last year, Global Logistic Properties Ltd. has agreed to acquire a 58 million-square-foot logistics portfolio spread across 20 major U.S. markets in an all cash transaction valued at approximately $4.55 billion.
The acquisition of the Industrial Income Trust portfolio will increase...
In an unusual move in today's market, Colony Realty Partners put a subsidiary of in ill-timed value-add fund with $170 million in properties under Chapter 11 in a bid to restructure its debt.
CRP-2 Holdings AA LP is a subsidiary of Colony Realty's second value-add fund, the 2006 vintage fund Colony Realty Partners (CRP) II. The holding fund owns six office buildings and 26 industrial buildings in suburban locations in Chicago, Washington, DC, Boston...
LinkedIn Corp. is expanding its New York City headquarters by occupying an additional 130,000 square feet at the Empire State Building. The office expansion will have LinkedIn encompassing the entire third and 26th floors, bringing the company's total occupancy to 280,000 square feet on seven floors. LinkedIn first moved into the building in 2011.
Sacha Zarba, Lauren Crowley and Greg Tosko of CBRE represented LinkedIn in the lease negotiations...
Developers and city officials this week unveiled another megaproject that will reshape the skyline of downtown Los Angeles over the next couple of years.
Circa, a 1.6 million-square-foot mixed-use residential and retail project on 2.7 acres at 12th Street between Figueroa and Flower streets in downtown’s South Park neighborhood near Staples Center and LA Live district is tentatively targeted for delivery in September 2017.
A team of Hankey Investment...
The Architecture Billings Index (ABI), a key indicator of demand for construction projects breaking ground nine months to a year from now, jumped sharply in June to its highest level since July 2007.
Ramped up demand for institutional projects such as new health care, education, public safety and government buildings led the index's spike from 51.9 in May to 55.7 last month, according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
A wave of...
MDM Group has broken ground on Met Square, a 43-story residential tower with attached movie theater, shops and restaurants that will be the fourth and last phase of MDM’s $1 billion Metropolitan Miami master development in downtown Miami.
Underscoring South Florida’s heated multifamily market, the 391-unit apartment tower at 340 S.E. 3rd Street developed by Zom is the third high-rise residential project to be built in The Met alone. In related...
U.S. office market demand growth rebounded in the second quarter of 2015 following slower-than-expected net absorption in the first three months of the year as businesses continued to add office jobs and lease space.
Net absorption roared to 25 million square feet in the second quarter, the second-highest quarter for demand growth since 2006 and more than double the 12 million square feet absorbed during the first quarter.
After years of slow...
Joining many consumer goods retailers who are downsizing their brick and mortar locations, some of the nation's biggest banks are now touting their bank branch closure plans. The primary driver behind both decisions is the same: more banking activity is occurring online and less in the physical world.
But banks have an additional driver: regulators are issuing stricter capital regulations are driving up accounting and personnel expenses in order...
Market conditions don't get much better than this for warehouse and light-industrial owners. Perhaps more than any other property type, industrial property owners have benefitted this year from the strongest rent growth, tightest occupancies and largest annual gain in investment sales.
The midyear earnings report issued this week by global warehouse real estate leader Prologis Inc. (NYSE: PLD), underscores how strong operating fundamentals in industrial...