Prime Commerce Center Office and Parcel


Prescott’s Commerce Center is one of the market’s most sought after upscale commercial locations.

Two prime properties are now being offered for sale and these offerings both front on the Prescott Lakes Parkway.

Corner Office Building

This 5,616 SF property is immaculate and well positioned at the entrance to the Commerce Center.

Currently the home of the Daily Courier newspaper, the office affords large open spaces, large entry statement reception area and a variety of large and small offices complemented by conference areas.

CPNA Daily Courier Office Building

This office building sits on 1.87 acres at the entrance to the Prescott Commerce Center. Its expansive design and modern motif set it apart as one-of-a-kind property. [Read more…]

Willow Creek Village for Sale

Willow Creek Village Prescott AZ
My involvement with Willow Creek Village has been a pleasure and an adventure. Ying…and yes, a bit of yang.

In just a few short months we have seen “The Village” transformed into a vibrant retail center in the core of Prescott trade area.

The Village – Newly Remodeled

We have completed the first phase remodel and attracted a new generation of exceptional tenants, including the national fitness brand Snap Fitness and the local and regional yarn and knitting experts, Fiber Creek.

There is some good news and some not-so-good news. First, the good news; There are two suites available. What’s the bad news? Well, there are two suites available.

Naturally, I would love to move your business into one of the remaining spaces. Click here to download the leasing information.

Willow Creek Village is the consummate neighborhood center. Anchored by Safeway, Cal Ranch, and Bealls.

The Village is positioned at the hub of trade area traffic. Our tenants include national, regional and local businesses.

Ideally Positioned and in the Flow

The convergence of Willow Creek Road, Iron Springs Road, Miller Valley Road and Whipple Street are now, according to the City of Prescott, driving ┬▒44,400 vehicles per day through the intersection. WOW!

Commercial retail centers scratch and claw [Read more…]

Retail Trend Lines and Insights

dstMacy’s stock is up this morning. Their physical market presence is predictably down.

Do not buy their stock just yet. Wait until Macy’s closes nearly 100 stores in what is now regarded as the biggest red flag in retail merchandising since the market crash of 2008.

The retail segment of the CRE market has been flipped over and is shaking out. There’s more change coming as digital consumers and their shopping habits continue to shape the retail industry’s commitment to bricks-and-mortar operations.

Our behaviors are transforming some of the most renown retail establishments in the nation. In the end, the change will make them better because it is customer-driven.

Small is the New Big

We are going to see retailers continue to shrink their physical presence within all trade areas as small becomes the new big, where bits and bytes become modern transaction currency.

For me, the tightening of operating costs and the reduction in square footage is making a lot of sense in a world driven by Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and the entire spectrum of millisecond communications. And, I have not even mentioned Amazon’s 30% per year growth rate each year for more than a decade straight.

Let’s remind ourselves that Apple sold a lot of iPods, iPhones and computers without a lot of retail operations. [Read more…]

Retail Tragedy and Triumph

Prescott retail commercial real estateNo, the dark moments of 2008 are not yet behind us. The Prescott and Prescott Valley, Arizona retail markets appear to be booming…emphasis on “appear.”

Looks can be, and often are, deceiving. Our local retail shopping centers we may be repeating history by overbuilding in a flat market that cannot sustain the economic demands of retailers.

Hearing the Giant Sucking Sound

Prescott and Prescott Valley are now two distinct retail markets with minimal consumer crossover. Frontier Village was Yavapai County’s first major retail mall. Prior to its development consumers shopped at what was then called “Ponderosa Plaza” located on Gail Gardner Way between Willow Creek Road and Iron Springs Road. At this point in retail history, Prescott Valley was still in a state of retail infancy.

As a result of the housing boom [Read more…]