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McBride President Robert T. Tillsley, SIOR talks with Mortgage Professional America

Open space office model

COVID-19 has already had major effects on the way people work today, with a significant section of the workforce adopting remote working strategies. And, as the country reopens, we can expect to see major changes for the companies that are

The End of Open Space Planning?

Open Space Office Plan

A few months ago, pre-pandemic, I wrote an article about some of the changes we’ve seen—and, at the time, expected to see—in office space. That was mid-March. In only a few short months, so much has changed—and profoundly so. Case

President, Robert T. Tillsley, SIOR, Named to Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Foundation Board of Trustees

McBride Corporate Real Estate’s President, Robert T. Tillsley, SIOR, has been elected to serve on the Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Foundation Board of Trustees. Bergen New Bridge Medical Center is NJ’s largest not-for-profit hospital, where they enhance community health

Vulture Clause

close up of a lease agreement

This article is the first in a series that helps to define terms used in commercial real estate and concepts that a lessee, buyer, seller or landlord may come across during a transaction. If a lease is expiring, a tenant

An Update from McBride on COVID-19

coronavirus graphic

To all our friends, clients, and followers, We hope this finds you well. During this difficult time, we all need to stay strong and follow the rules and regulations promulgated by the authorities. Having had this virus in my home,

How is the Commercial Real Estate Office Market Changing?


Recently, I’ve been giving some thought to many of the changes that have been taking place in the office market. I’m not talking about rental rates, trending vacancy tables or even projected algorithmic operating pass-throughs. No, what I’m referring to

My Lease Expires in 24 Months. What Should I be Thinking About Now?

You’re two years out from your lease expiration date. That means it’s time to start thinking about next steps. From your vantage point, this might sound like a silly thought: you still have almost forty percent of your lease obligation