CBRE: Food and Beverage Helps Prop Up Retail Real Estate

CBRE: Food and Beverage Helps Prop Up Retail Real Estate

Retail real estate landlords have their share of things to worry about right now, given the numerous waves of store closings that don’t seem to be ending any time soon. But there is one area of the sector providing hopeful excitement. Restaurants and other food...
Net Lease Sellers Favored in Q1

Net Lease Sellers Favored in Q1

Allen Brown is a director at GRS | Title. He can be reached at (480) 428-5575 or via email at abrown@grs-global.com Sellers in the net lease sector of commercial real estate had the upper hand over buyers during the first quarter, as capitalization rates inched up,...
Discount, Convenience Concepts Rule 2019 Store Openings

Discount, Convenience Concepts Rule 2019 Store Openings

Allen Brown is a director at GRS | Title. He can be reached at (480) 428-5575 or via email at abrown@grs-global.com Mass store-opening forecasts in the retail world look about the same in 2019 as they have over the last several years, with discount and convenience...
Isn’t Brick-And-Mortar Retail Supposed to be Dead?

Isn’t Brick-And-Mortar Retail Supposed to be Dead?

Amazon? Is that an outdoor-wear clothing store or something? Several physical retail-store metrics improved during the third quarter, according to a national retail report released by Cushman & Wakefield (download here), making us question the severity of the...
The Real Estate Impact of Amazon Go

The Real Estate Impact of Amazon Go

Amazon has surprised the retail real estate industry again, but this time it’s in a good way. Maybe. The company will reportedly open 3,000 of its Amazon Go cashier-less stores by 2021. It is currently operating a handful in Seattle and Chicago, which are roughly...