The Retail Investment Market is in Unprecedented Territory

During the pandemic in 2020, there was a pause in the retail investment market once the stay-at-home orders were implemented. However, the single-tenant and multi-tenant retail pad properties quickly picked up momentum in the third and fourth quarters, but transactions

The Evolving Arc Of Junior Box Centers

By mid-2021, retail properties were back in favor with investors and the active buyer pool had expanded from single-tenant and multi-tenant retail pads to grocery-anchored shopping centers. With the unprecedented buyer demand and limited inventory of institutional quality retail investments

The Re-Emerging Multi-Tenant Market

Multi-tenant shopping centers are gaining favor with investors. British entrepreneur and adventurer Sir Richard Branson, head of Virgin Group Ltd., said, “Every success story is a tale of constant adaption, revision and change.” Certainly, as retailers grappled with the impact

Experiential Retail Adjusts for a Post-COVID Comeback

Shopping center owners thought the solution to combat online shopping was so crystal clear. Give them experiences. Provide social spaces. Make interaction the focal point. And this worked…for a while.  Entertainment and food and beverage operators soon absorbed the spaces

Net Lease: Commercial Real Estate’s Shining Star

The net lease sector has seen a year like no other commercial real estate sector. Despite a once-in-a-millennium pandemic, the sector is riding a two-year high on fundamentals that have only strengthened over the past year.  While many sectors in

New York City Retail Market Embraces Change On The Fly

Retail and restaurant re-openings this fall gave a modest boost to the New York City retail market in the third quarter. But even with the easing of some operational restrictions, business activity remains diminished in a city known for its