Is 2020 the Apparel Apocalypse?

“What are you wearing?” It’s been a common question in America’s daily vernacular, yet in 2020 — the year of dressing casually to work from home — it has never been less relevant. For those of us in the retail

Philadelphia Retail Sees Expansion Amid Recovery

What a difference a year makes. Around this time in 2019, the Philadelphia retail market was experiencing something of a Renaissance. Driven by forward-thinking projects in chic neighborhoods, such as Fashion District Philadelphia, as well as the delivery of new

Taylor Street: Opportunities Still Abound, If You Know Your Market

With a multifaceted approach to real estate, Taylor Street has an ear to the ground when it comes to investing, selling, financing, leasing and managing commercial properties. The Phoenix-based advisory firm is closely following the pandemic’s effects on retail. Vice

How Landlords are Helping Save Pop-Ups During Pandemic

Before the coronavirus pandemic, mall and shopping center owners were so much more to pop-up tenants than just landlords. Specialty leasing has become more about business mentoring and support than it has about filling empty space. These supports in design,