Blog

21847dea7f9ca56459b33a554896c5cb?s=96 By Jason Freedman in Startups on

For the past few months, I’ve been trying to decide whether I should write about what happened with 42Floors.   I’ve been open about everything thus far. Can’t stop now, even though this is hard. In April 2014, we added a brokerage to our business, making it so anyone could search for office space on our […]

Read More
2081b075156fe33230f77e6a26d52808?s=96 By Patrick Leiser in Commercial Real Estate and Phoenix on

  Among the most desirable commercial real estate properties in the Phoenix metro area are not surprisingly, Old Town Scottsdale and the Mill Avenue region of Tempe. On their quest to find walkable neighborhoods and exceptional Class A Phoenix office spaces, companies will have to look elsewhere during this current submarket upsurge. “Both areas are […]

Read More
2081b075156fe33230f77e6a26d52808?s=96 By Patrick Leiser in Commercial Real Estate and Phoenix on

By most metrics, the Greater Phoenix Area has rebounded from the latest recession. Four years ago, the unemployment rate in Phoenix peaked at 12%; by the end of 2014, it had fallen to 5.8%. In Scottsdale, where economic growth has been especially strong, the unemployment rate is just 4.4%. And with this growth, the city’s commercial real estate market has experienced an upswing.

Read More
2081b075156fe33230f77e6a26d52808?s=96 By Patrick Leiser in Phoenix on

Spring training is almost over in Scottsdale. Although the offseason gives local baseball fans a chance to snack on a hot dog and bathe in the sun, spring is also the time of year for teams to reflect on their 2014 performances.

Read More
21847dea7f9ca56459b33a554896c5cb?s=96 By Jason Freedman in Uncategorized on

Over the past few months, 42Floors has experimented with being a brokerage in addition to being a commercial real estate data and search website. We’ve decided today to stick with what we’re best at: providing a great online search experience for commercial real estate. While we enjoyed working with clients directly and helping them find […]

Read More
7ce02977c2bf7105b815762e98484965?s=96 By Emily Spady in Musings on

I always take our Subaru to get the oil changed. I take it to the same place because they do a good job. Every time, I pull the car into the bay and ask for synthetic oil. Every time I tell them with confidence, “I don’t want anything else.”

Read More
77608a86eb33b5c142f603ce6e25d9fe?s=96 By Darren Nix in Musings on

I have been completely deaf in my left ear since being hit by a car when I was two years old.  Since I’m operating with no backup, I do basic things to protect my one good ear like carrying ear plugs to concerts and plugging my ear when a fire engine drives by. Flying is always a loud […]

Read More
77608a86eb33b5c142f603ce6e25d9fe?s=96 By Darren Nix in Musings on

The race I’m training for, an Ironman, consists of a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike, and a 26.2 mile run.  Pros will average around 9 hours and 20 minutes to the finish line, but I’m an age group triathlete. That means that just finishing the race is often enough; finishing in the top third of my age […]

Read More
21847dea7f9ca56459b33a554896c5cb?s=96 By Jason Freedman in Musings on

Some of you know, I’ve dealt with some pretty significant sleep issues, including some pretty bad delayed sleep phase syndrome. My long term solution is light regulation. And light regulation, along with lots of other healthy sleeping habits generally works for maintaining a healthy, consistent sleep schedule. All those efforts keep me within the normal […]

Read More
21847dea7f9ca56459b33a554896c5cb?s=96 By Jason Freedman in Startups on

  Two years ago, my cofounder Justin came to me and told me that our listings data was a complete shit show. We were getting office space listings from landlords through email blasts, websites and phone calls. We were also getting office space listings from brokerages through different websites, emails, and phone calls. And everything […]

Read More