Multihousing Real Estate Development – A Booming Field
Everybody Wins – Interview with Bryce Baker – June 23, 2016
Mark Jensen interviewed Bryce Baker because of his success in large-scale commercial real estate development in the western United States and ability to provide big-picture & detailed insight into institutional-quality projects.
Today’s Everybody Wins guest is Bryce Baker, a commercial real estate developer with expertise in multihousing properties. Bryce started his career in Las Vegas before shifting his base of operations to Utah.
Listen to Mark’s interview with Bryce here, as they discuss real estate development, particularly in the multihousing arena.
Civil Engineering – The Key to Land Development
Everybody Wins – Interview with Jake Weber – May 1, 2015
Mark Jensen interviewed Jake Weber because of his unique civil engineering experience with a variety of commercial real estate and land development projects throughout the state of Utah.
Today’s Everybody Wins guest is Jake Weber, a founder and partner of Johanson Engineering based in Salt Lake City. Jake graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in civil engineering, and has more than a decade of experience working in the field.
Listen to Mark’s interview with Jake here as they discuss how engineers and surveyors work together, what types of projects require an ALTA survey, what people should know about surveys that they often don’t, what characteristics are found in the best clients, and much more!
Jake Weber – Johanson Engineering
“Coworking” – The Evolving Demands of the Millennial Workforce
Everybody Wins – Interview with Kathryn Christiansen – April 9, 2015
Mark Jensen interviewed Kathryn Christiansen because of her unique optics into the professional office and coworking space of commercial real estate. Companies looking to recruit talent or office building owners looking to compete in the transforming office market need to make Kathryn a part of their team!
Today’s Everybody Wins guest is entrepreneur Kathryn Christiansen, a coworking guru in the Salt Lake City market and owner of My Business Bar. Kathryn’s background is a combination of construction, office design, and property management. She was introduced to the shared professional office workspace, or “coworking”, concept in 2008 and recognized an opportunity in a rapidly-evolving work environment, and she has remained out on the cutting edge of the movement ever since.
Listen to Mark’s interview with Kathryn Christiansen here as they discuss what coworking space provides & accomplishes for professionals, the increasing demand for coworking space (especially in the SLC market), the changing needs of businesses over the next five years, and much more!
Kathryn Christiansen – My Business Bar