Trends in Alternative Investment — Diversifying Your Portfolio in 2018


By: Stephen Cassidy, President, Denholtz Associates Traditionally, stocks and bonds have comprised a hefty percentage of the average investor’s portfolio. With their attractive liquidity and market breadth, stocks and bonds are seen as the versatile investments for portfolios of all types. However, the current low-interest rate environment has depressed yields…

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Real Estate and Technology: A Perfect Match at Denholtz Associates


By: Stephen Cassidy, President of Denholtz Associates A lot has changed in the 27 years since I entered the commercial real estate industry.  One of the more exciting changes I have observed in the past several years though has been the development and application of real estate technology. New technologies…

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The Denholtz Evolution: 65 Years of Cycle-Tested Experience 


By: Steven Denholtz, CEO of Denholtz Associates 1952 was a great year. Not just because the United States was facing bright economic prospects, a gallon of gas only cost 20 cents or a brand-new car could be bought for less than $2,000. 1952 was also the first year that the…

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Dormant and in Disrepair, Denholtz Associates Brings Industrial Building Back to Life


A look at how we restored 655 Howard Avenue back to a vital part of Somerset County’s economy By: Russ Azzarello, Vice President Upon an initial inspection earlier last year, it might have been difficult to determine what the biggest problem was at 655 Howard Avenue, a 75,000-square-foot industrial property…

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The Return of the Suburban Office


How Millennials are Powering the Re-Emergence of the Suburban Office Market By: Kristine B. Hurlbut, Senior VP of Leasing Much has been written in the last few years about the demise of the suburban office. A significant source of the negative outlook surrounding the suburban office has been based on…

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3 Steps to a Successful Commercial Real Estate Developer/Municipality Partnership


By: Steven Denholtz, Chief Executive Officer Let me say at the outset – public/private partnerships are not easy!!  But local real estate initiatives are significantly strengthened by the synergy of municipal leaders and developers establishing effective mechanisms to work together.  A successful project will reap rewards for both the local…

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A look at why Orlando is attracting new businesses: Part 3- Infrastructure Improvements


By: JP Josephson, Director of Florida Acquisitions It is impossible for Orlando to fully realize the enormous benefits of its fast-growing population, its quickly expanding tourism sector, or the ever-growing tech industry, or the improvements being made to Downtown Orlando (which I discussed in my previous two posts), without taking a…

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Expanding Tenant Amenities Beyond Office Walls: Food Trucks Offer Creative, Convenient Culinary Options for Today’s Workforce


By: Kristine B. Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing Throughout the history of Denholtz Associates,  we have been committed to the ownership and management of modern, highly desirable office and industrial spaces in some of the hottest commercial real estate markets in the United States. Our team is always searching…

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Looking Ahead to 2017


By: Steven Denholtz, Chief Executive Officer At the beginning of 2016, I offered a vision for the future of Denholtz Associates focused on continuing the strategies that have contributed to our success and integrating new technologies to enable us to retain our standing as an industry leader. The Denholtz team…

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Investments of the Future, Today – A Look at How Crowdfunding is Attracting New Investors to the Commercial Real Estate Market


By: Stephen Cassidy, President Perhaps the largest challenge for any commercial real estate investment company is finding and accessing sources of capital. As we look forward to the future, we see trends where a large amount of wealth, thirty trillion dollars to be exact, is going to be shifting from…

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