September 2013

Monthly Archives

  • ‘Failure’ Only Temporary for Elkridge Developers

    “Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be.” — John Wooden, former UCLA coach and Basketball Hall of Famer As often is the case, the wisdom of the top performers in the sports world is applicable in the business world. John Wooden, the legendary coach of the UCLA Bruins basketball team whose teams […]

  • So What’s It Cost?

    By now you’ve probably heard the radio ads by some of our national competition – where you can get four months free on a 12 month lease. But what does it really cost? If there was ever a case of “buyer beware”, this is it! Let’s say you want an office than accommodates 3 people, […]

  • The New American Entrepreneur

    As the debate rages in Washington over job creation, with all parties agreeing that small business is the true engine of growth in the economy, the scalability and cost-effective nature of office suites are increasingly “where the action is” in commercial real estate. Where traditional commercial office offerings continue to struggle, BW Offices at Roosevelt […]