News and analysis on buying and selling real estate for new retail centers.
Amazon is expanding its presence in New York City by buying one of Manhattan's landmark retail buildings.
JLL claims to have netted a record in its sale of a net-lease property in Orlando, Fla.
There are big boxes, and then there are big, big boxes.
7-Eleven is expanding its holdings in Oklahoma.
Two shopping centers in Twin Falls, Idaho, have been acquired by California-based Wood Investments Companies.
Traditional tenants in retail centers once scoffed at having gyms in their midst for all the parking spaces they took up. No more.
Pinstripes, a 30,000-sq.-ft. entertainment concept that offers bowling, bocce, and fine Italian dining in a spacious two-level environment has an important new investor.
Just months after the opening of 700,000 sq. ft. of new or remerchandised space, PREIT has declared a major victory for its long-term plan to uplift high-impact properties and dispose of low-performing ones.
Calling it a New York “real estate secret” in a 2017 piece about the neighborhood, the Brooklyn Paper noted that “the Georgetown Shopping Center is the center of it all.”
For upwardly mobile brands desiring a showcase on Broadway in SoHo or on Madison Avenue in New York, now’s the time to grab a space.
Amazon is reportedly preparing to open more than 12 grocery stores in greater Los Angeles.
Inland Property Management has hired a broker to help it curate New Town Village in Owing Mills, Md.
Hudson Group will take over all Brookstone brand operations in U.S. airports.
McAlister’s Deli will see franchise growth in Florida, Louisiana, and Texas.