“The Otto on Cesar Chavez will be one of the crown jewels of East Austin. Most 100 year old buildings are being torn down for large developments, but the owners of this property have gone to great lengths to save the building. Spring 2019 will see a new building delivered in an old shell.” ~ DeLea Becker
913 E. Cesar Chavez | LEASED YOGA SPACE | East Austin
Jeremy Avera of Beck-Reit Commercial Real Estate announces the lease of 913 East Cesar Chavez to Black Swan Yoga. Jeremy Avera & DeLea Becker represented the landlord in this lease transaction. The building is 1,800 SF and is located in East Austin on Cesar Chavez just 1 block east of I-35.
"Tenants should remember to always engage an experienced commercial agent then communicate with the landlord next in order to ensure a win-win situation for all parties during negotiations of lease extension. ” - DeLea Becker
At a recent ZAP Meeting, commissioner Bruce Evans of Beck-Reit Commercial said, "No city nowhere needs 1,500 pages to tell them how to develop a damn lot." Bruce has been vocal and committed to CODENEXT.
As a Commercial Real Estate Broker I am often asked for guidance on decisions my clients are making. No matter the transaction size we want our clients as educated as possible on legal and tax implications.
Do you know the secret to having it all? Knowing you already do. At Beck Reit Commercial, we have been beyond blessed in business since our inception, and choose to celebrate our success by supporting local communities that make our area of specialization so desirable.
We've compiled a list of common concerns among Commercial Real Estate Owners about selling their buildings and done our best to give comprehensive answers.
Growing Commercial Real Estate Company: To stay competitive, we've made ourselves lean; expanding our brokerage in select and specialized areas to make sure we are the very best at what we do.
"In rapidly developing areas like East Austin, the property is proof that development isn't just looking for diamonds in a pile of coal; sometimes success requires making the diamond yourself." ~ DeLea Becker