“Saving time is just as important as saving money.” That is what Patrick Shanks, regional vice president for Walmart Neighborhood... View Article
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If you did some holiday shopping this year, there’s a good chance you made purchases online. Americans spent more online in... View Article
Few new retail centers are under construction. Those that are involve either neighborhood shopping centers or mixed-use projects. With the... View Article
The health care establishment has yet to consider its patients as customers. This leaves opportunities aplenty for a retail industry that has long dedicated itself to customer service.
Of the more than 16 million sq. ft. of retail leases signed in the last five quarters—across all retail sectors—Reis reported grocery stores were the No. 1 new tenant, followed by home/houseware stores, gyms/fitness studios, discount variety stores, and discount clothing stores. Trampoline parks—part of the much-talked-about experiential retail—were also in the top 10.
The report shows that for the first time, nonstore retail sales, which include e-commerce sales, totaled more than those for the department stores that anchor most traditional Class B and Class C malls.
The face of campus retail is changing. For decades, universities were known for their dearth of retail beyond a college bookstore. But now, retailers both large and small are seizing the opportunity to expand their operations beyond traditional shopping centers and onto university campuses where they can capture the attention of a niche audience: students.
From the Gap to Family Dollar, retailers are announcing hundreds of store closures, with no end in sight.
Landlords Should Keep in Mind When Their Properties Serve as Delivery Pick-Up Points – National Real Estate Investor
We live in an exciting time of change in the consumer retail market. As technology continues to advance and as... View Article
About the property… Located in the heart of charming Multnomah Village, the property offered easy access to I-5 and US... View Article
Landlords are backfilling vacant big-box spaces with multiple discount retailers, while Amazon explores growth in brick and mortar to complement... View Article
Amid rising commercial real estate costs, small businesses struggle to navigate disputes with landlords. A group of small business... View Article
Struggling retailers are vacating warehouse leases that supplied brick-and-mortar locations, and it is helping to bring supply back onto the... View Article
The fall of the Toys “R” Us chain, with more than 700 U.S. stores, shows how much retail real estate has changed in... View Article
Like many elected officials, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop talks a lot about the need to support small businesses. Unlike... View Article
The restaurant tenants tend to have leases that feature 10 percent rent escalations every five years or 2 percent rent... View Article