The True Cost of Cheap Debt

Faris Lee’s Rick Chichester believes the U.S. economy may have a stiff price to pay for the low interest rate environment that has continued well after the recovery. Unemployment is low. Consumer confidence is high. The Dow is around 26,000,

Menifee, California, Reaches New City Heights

“Menifee is the fastest growing city in Southwest Riverside County and seventh fastest growing city in Southern California,” says Gina Gonzalez, economic development director with the City of Menifee, California. “The city’s population is projected to grow by 8 percent

Break-Up Strategy Nets Big Rewards in Today’s Market

By Bill Asher and Jeff Lefko There is an axiom that “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts,” but that may not be the case when selling a shopping center. As demand and pricing for non-core, grocery-anchored

Retail Grows with the Times

By Simon Hartzell, Director of New Office Sales, NAI Global Retail real estate – it’s not your grandfather’s business anymore. Every aspect of the business is changing. On the technology front, we have artificial intelligence (AI), cryptocurrency, and virtual funding,

Grocers Go Digital in the Age of Omnichannel

Technology, e-commerce and omnichannel solutions have penetrated nearly every corner of American consumerism, with few holdouts. One of those holdouts up until recently was the grocer landscape. It’s easy to see why. Two-day delivery can be enticing when you’re ordering

New Tenants at Manhattan Village

Retail Insight sat down with Ashlyn Booth, senior vice president and director of retail properties at JLL, to discuss the leasing efforts at Manhattan Village, which is owned by RREEF Property Trust. The 44-acre, 573,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor mixed-use retail experience in Manhattan Beach, California, is