Investing in Retail Sustainability

Jeffrey S. Edison, Chairman and CEO of Phillips Edison & Company (PECO), knows sustainability will play a large role in the operation, development, design and longevity of today’s shopping centers. With that in mind, PECO has developed a number of

Express Car Washes Are A Bright Choice For Net Lease Investors

By Austin Blodgett and Eric Wohl, Hanley Investment Group The professional car wash industry is more than 100 years old. Yet, the category has only recently picked up steam as a viable alternative to traditional net leased retail properties for

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,

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