Michael’s, the arts and crafts retailer is making a strong comeback since COVID. Although they’re facing fierce competition from Amazon and other e-commerce retailers, I think you have to consider … Continued
Mixed-Use Strategy Allows Owners To Increase Rents Across Property Types By Robin TranthamCoStar Advisory Services April 28, 2021 | 10:46 AM In recent years, a number of major U.S. mall owners … Continued
KEY POINTS Dollar General said it will build bigger stores and expand Popshelf, a new chain aimed at higher-income, suburban customers. It plans to open 1,050 stores, remodel 1,750 sites … Continued
Coffee Chain Was Most Prolific Signer of Retail Leases in 2020, But Committed to Smaller Spaces Executives at Seattle-based Starbucks Corp. are once again thinking big with plans for another … Continued
Shake Shack plans to add drive-thrus to its new restaurants, like one planned for Orlando, Florida. (Shake Shack)
From the CRE Momentum Index created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Florida CRE Momentum Index Q4 2021 How does the CRE Momentum Index Work? The Index provides a … Continued
The Harbor Point district has become one of the top landing spots for Baltimore’s office tenants.
CRE Stocks Skyrocket As Market Reaches The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to a record high on Tuesday, shooting over 30,000 and ending the day at 30,046, or up 1.54% compared with … Continued
FSR Magazine The average unit volume of the full-service chains in this year’s Top 10 list ranged from $8 million to nearly $15 million—impressive by any standard, but particularly noteworthy … Continued
Originally published by National Real Estate Investor Cap rates for net-leased quick-service restaurants (QSR) have been propelled to record lows recently by private and 1031 exchange investors with an insatiable … Continued
Strong Q2 sales help fuel major store opening and upgrade plans Russell Redman 1 | Aug 28, 2020 Dollar General and Dollar Tree are pushing forward with aggressive store expansions, … Continued
Marcus & Millichap President & CEO Hessam Nadji shares perspectives on how the health crisis has transformed real estate.
October 9, 2020The dichotomy of the COVID-19 impact is becoming ever more apparent seven months into the pandemic. In some ways, coronavirus has played out like a natural disaster – a … Continued
Casual dining has been one of the hardest hit sectors single tenant net lease retail sectors. In The Fed’s latest press conference, they demonstrated signs that they are pushing Congress to come up with a stimulus plan.
A case in bankruptcy court may affect the rights of landlords of coworking properties, which have had less demand in the pandemic. (CoStar)