The Modernization of the Suburban Office Space


By: Kristine Hurlbut, Senior Vice President of Leasing  What do we do with the aging stock of suburban office space in New Jersey? It’s a question that keeps many owners and operators up at night. What can we do to attract companies to these antiquated office parks while so much…

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A Look At Why Orlando is Attracting New Businesses: Part 2 – Focus on Technology


By: JP Josephson, Director of Florida Acquisitions In my previous entry looking at why Orlando is becoming a mecca for new businesses and real estate investments, I focused on downtown. I examined how the continued growth in the population of Florida, as well as the recent investments and expansions in…

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Opportunities in Industrial Real Estate—and the Impact of E-commerce


By Steven Denholtz, CEO Denholtz Associates Much has been said about the impact of e-commerce, specifically Internet retailing, on the bricks-and mortar retail. Indeed fully 10% of retail spending is now done outside of stores. Internet sales at the top companies has been growing by 25% year-over-year. The attraction: Click-to-ship…

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A look at why downtown Orlando is attracting new businesses: Part 1- Focus on Downtown


Florida has a diverse and complex real estate market.  The state has recently surpassed New York as the country’s third most populated state, and is forecasted to be the fastest growing state in populace between 2015 and 2025, adding an estimated additional 4.49 million people. That being said, this population…

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Adaptive Reuse: A Solution for a Suburban Office Market in a State of Flux


By Stephen Cassidy, President The suburban office market as it exists in New Jersey today is largely in a state of flux, created in no small part by the cultural and economic demands of the baby boomer generation, which came of age in the 60s and 70s and migrated in large…

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Joining the “In Crowd” with Crowdfunded Investment Opportunities


At Denholtz Associates we place tremendous value on the long time personal and professional relationships that we have and will continue to have with our existing investors. Nevertheless, we recognize that the marketplace is changing and with that change comes new and exciting opportunities.

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Old Dog, New Tricks


Denholtz Associates was started in 1954 and we have made it a priority to adapt and flourish in the constantly expanding digital age. When we see a trend or a new technology, we see an opportunity; a chance for us to learn, grow and continue to differentiate ourselves as a leading full-service real estate company and a trusted partner in our industry and our community.

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