- The GSA Way
The General Services Administration probably is the largest U.S. tenant, providing space for more than 400 federal government agencies, bureaus, and commissions with more than 1 million employees and contractors. At the end of its fiscal year 2010, GSA’s leased
- Coping with Marketplace Shifts
With the economy no longer on a long term growth trajectory, retail real estate users and providers must reassess how they do business. Several significant changes already have occurred. For example, lenders are now more actively involved in transaction approval.
- Negotiating With the GSA
When it comes to lease negotiations with the General Services Administration, the federal government’s real estate division, commercial real estate professionals must be prepared. Offerors – those who respond to GSA’s solicitations for space – must read solicitation and lease