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Investors using 1031 exchanges continue to have a voracious appetite for triple net lease properties, and they are increasingly setting their sights on restaurants. “People are shifting to e-commerce-resistantRead more

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Retailers are pushing for shorter lease terms when it comes time to renew as the industry responds to bankruptcies and thousands of store closures. Instead of the typical five-Read more

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As the retail industry continues with its metamorphosis, talk has turned to what will happen with all that extra big-box and mall anchor space that’s coming on the market?Read more

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News of retail bankruptcies and store closings might be making the most headlines, but retailers and retail owners that can adapt to changing consumer preferences and compete with theRead more

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Shopping center REIT DDR is facing the shifting retail business head on, after importing Equity One’s top executive layer in March. Kimco Realty Corp. registered its highest leasing volumeRead more

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Mall owners are making the best out of a bad situation. The seismic shift in consumer preferences has rocked the retail industry to its core, resulting in more thanRead more

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Some genius has said last rites over retail’s empty storefront every day this year, causing even its faithful to wonder if they are fiddling in the Titanic’s quartet. IsRead more

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PREIT declared that the old business model of malls relying heavily on apparel and accessories tenants is dead. Simon Property Group continued its expansion overseas. General Growth Properties (GGP)Read more

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Nearly half of U.S. shopping center space is leased to department stores, which typically pay low rents per SF. As a result, owners are looking to gain significant opportunitiesRead more

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Retail’s a tough environment for some, with robust growth for others, the speakers at our Seattle Retail event said — which is the same as always, except the winnersRead more

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