As part of its new strategic move toward helping clients thrive in an omnichannel world, CBRE has acquired a sizeable interest in Streetsense, an experience-focused design collective that strives to create places “people love to be.”
The very same Internet that is marked as brick-and-mortar retail’s nemesis is, ironically, also one of its biggest promoters.
DLC has sold the Town Centre in Murfreesboro, Tenn. to St. Louis-based Integris Ventures, according to JLL, which brokered the deal on behalf of the seller.
It’s easy for developers to talk a good game of live-work-play, of creating exciting, life-surrounding experiences to meet the exacting standards of an affluent population with abundant choices.
Back in the 1990s, two former Taubman leasing agents named Mike Phillips and Jeff Edison had a notion that they could form a thriving real estate company by focusing on community shopping centers built around supermarkets.
The Northeast market has always had a lot of what both retailers and retail center developers want — density.