The retail real estate market will overcome a slow start to the year and finish 2016 in fine fashion, according to JLL’s U.S. Investment Outlook report.
Robert Habeeb, president and CEO of First Hospitality Group, spoke with Chain Store Age about effective strategies and mutually beneficial advantages for successfully integrating hospitality into mixed-use projects.
Each year, Chain Store Age compiles a ranking of the fastest growing property managers based on the square footage added. See who topped this year’s list.
The Sam Edelman lifestyle brand owned by the company formerly known as Brown Shoe just opened its first store in Texas, which could be a sign of more retail expansion.
The store is making a comeback. Even online pure plays are laying down bricks and mortar, setting up “shop-in-shop” stores and large flagships to keep pace in the multichannel world.
In Bridgeport, Connecticut, one of the most ambitious and unique waterfront developments in the nation continues to take shape.
As the retail landscape continues to evolve in response to an explosion of creativity and innovation from both new and existing brands, this is an exciting and inspiring time to be in the business.
In Dublin, Ohio, an ambitious new development is taking shape – a project with the potential to literally and figuratively remake the city’s development landscape.
The tenant mix is neighborhood shopping centers is western states is transforming as centers looking to remain relevant to shoppers and more effectively compete with other types of centers.
Chain Store Age’s annual search for 10 retail real estate stars under the age of 40 years resulted in this: Ten youthful, creative, hard-charging industry executives.