October 3, 2013

Power centers have proven themselves to be a resilient asset class in recent years. First the recession cut into business. Then e-commerce leveled some of their big-box tenants, hurt others and ignited a downsizing trend. 

Yet research from Washington, D.C.-based CoStar Group shows that only 2% of power centers have vacancy rates of 40% or higher and probably won’t recover. Another 6% have vacancy rates of 20% to 40% and are in serious condition but may recover.

After all the carnage, only a little more than 2% can’t recover? How can that be?

August 19, 2011

Katherine Field Boccaccio, Senior Editor with Chain Store Age, discusses the importance of and trends with grocery store anchor tenants on Michael Bull's America’s Commercial Real Estate Radio Show.

August 18, 2011

Katherine Field Boccaccio, Senior Editor with Chain Store Age, discusses the importance of, and trends with, grocery store anchor tenants on America’s Commercial Real Estate Radio Show.

June 21, 2010

A report released Monday by CB Richard Ellis found that 48 retail anchor transactions have...

May 31, 2010

It’s no secret that retail development has slowed and, according to some experts, this...

July 31, 2008

Ask any developer about the state of affairs in Florida, and he’ll tell you...