Property Types


Office space solutions have become increasingly diverse to accommodate the changing needs of businesses in a dynamic and rapidly evolving work environment. Companies can now choose the solution that best aligns with their operational requirements, company culture, and growth plans.

Retail and Mixed-Use

These spaces are strategically designed to create an inviting and functional atmosphere that encourages browsing, shopping, and engaging with retail deliverables. Businesses may choose to operate within retail centers or as mixed-use developments gain more traction, in developments and redevelopments that combine retail with office space and/or residential components. Both can offer unique opportunities for branding, visibility, and convenience.

Industrial and Flex

In recent years, the rise of e-commerce has driven significant demand for industrial spaces, particularly for distribution centers and fulfillment warehouses to support online retail operations. As industries evolve, industrial spaces continue to play a crucial role in facilitating the movement and production of goods across various sectors of the economy. Growing middle market service providers still provide strong demand for flex space, combining office with warehouse in a single location.


Land brokerage is a complex, diverse, and specialized niche in the real estate industry. As the available supply pushes out from urban cores, it is more critical than ever to understand the development feasibility of a chosen site for the particular use early in the process by examining a wide range of criteria. This pre-due diligence can save months of effort to ensure speed to market while minimizing cost. Our service offerings include identifying property acquisition and disposition opportunities through an extensive variety of CRE platform subscriptions. Our tenure in the industry affords us a glimpse into “off-market” opportunities via our broker and developer relationships.


OCA has a wide range of experience finding properties that meet the unique requirements of the healthcare industry. We consider factors such as location, demographics, accessibility, visibility, patient convenience, zoning regulations, medical infrastructure, and compliance with healthcare standards. This intersection between healthcare and commercial real estate is vital for delivering quality medical services to the communities they serve.
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