Having worked in the Commercial Real Estate industry for nearly 10 years now, I have become accustomed to the reality that change is unavoidable. While changes can be challenging, opportunistic, difficult, or just plain new, one thing that we all must be able to do is address them in a productive manner. Over the past 2 years, I have been fortunate enough to achieve partner status at my firm, become engaged and married, and welcome our first child. I have also experienced the passing of a life mentor, and another close friend who each lost their battles with cancer. I have watched the economy rise and fall, and rise again. I have seen much change and I have learned that there are useful ways to handle it in both business and personal relationships.
1. Clearly Define Priorities
2. Have Realistic Expectation of Your Schedule
3. Track the Results
38,857 SF of Industrial Space
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Christopher J. Destino was hired by the Lessee, Timeless Skin Care, Inc., to represent them in their relocation from from 12,000 SF in Santa Fe Springs, CA to this new facility in Rancho Cucamonga. In this extremely tight market with low vacancy, Christopher helped his client solidify this lease through his knowledgeable experience in the negotiation process. The Landlord, TIAA, was represented by Cushman & Wakefield.
18,400 SF of Industrial Space
Santa Fe Springs, CA
Christopher J. Destino was hired by the Lessee, AllStar Cable Products, Inc., to represent them in their expansion from 9,200 SF to 18,400 SF. Christopher leveraged his market knowledge and relationships to help secure the deal for the Lessee as they signed a new 5 year lease commencing November 1, 2016. The Landlord, TIAA, was represented by Cushman & Wakefield.
Christopher J. Destino, SIOR, a Principal at Lee & Associates, is an engaging, responsive professional who enjoys working closely with his clients and helping them succeed.
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