A recent story in The Idaho Statesman discussed how tough economic times in the Treasure Valley are producing an intriguing by-product in the leasing of commercial buildings: free rent.
The Sundance Company was one of the first commercial real estate companies in the Boise Valley to realize how difficult the economy was on some of the local businesses and that is why they introduced their “Exchange of Business or Trade Services” for lease space program at the beginning of 2010.
The Sundance Company recognized the hard economic times, and also the importance of business relationships. So they worked with firms that had a need for retail, office, or industrial space in the Boise Valley, and with over 1.5 million square feet of space available for lease, The Sundance Company can meet most the needs of most businesses.
You can read the rest of the Statesman story here