Commercial Real Estate’s New ‘Mature Phase’

Commercial Real Estate’s New ‘Mature Phase’

Jeff Coyne is a senior vice president at GRS Group. He can be reached at 510.962.9534 or via email at jcoyne@grs-global.com Has commercial real estate finally grown up? Instead of booming growth with construction oversupply and highly inflated transaction prices or a...
Dollar General Plans Major Store Growth Once Again

Dollar General Plans Major Store Growth Once Again

Timothy Kidd is a vice president at GRS Group. He can be reached at 323.853.0488 or via email at tkidd@grs-global.com It’s about as expected every year as news of retail chains closing stores. Dollar General is aggressively expanding its footprint. The retailer plans...
Net Lease Investment Soars as Broadstone Mulls IPO

Net Lease Investment Soars as Broadstone Mulls IPO

Nathan VonGunten is a senior vice president at GRS Group. He can be reached at 330.242.1991 or via email at nvongunten@grs-global.com Commercial real estate IPOs have been rare lately. WeWork’s failed attempt at going public gained a lot of attention, but it could be...
Single-Tenant Medical a Good CRE Antidote to E-Commerce

Single-Tenant Medical a Good CRE Antidote to E-Commerce

Brian Mende, CPG is a vice president at GRS Group. He can be reached at 845.786.9092 or via email at bmende@grs-global.com.  Investors interested in single-tenant real estate that want to have as much e-commerce immunity as possible could do worse than exploring the...
What Retail Lag? STORE Capital on Spending Spree

What Retail Lag? STORE Capital on Spending Spree

Retail real estate is attracting the least amount of positive excitement compared to the CRE sector’s other industries. There are some good reasons for that. Landlords are regularly hit with news of major chains closing stores. Once a retail superstar, Bed Bath...
Dallas Metro Industrial Real Estate in High Gear

Dallas Metro Industrial Real Estate in High Gear

Commercial real estate’s industrial sector has experienced some torrid growth due to what seems like a never-ending demand for space by e-commerce and third-party logistics users. And even though millions of square feet of new product has come online in the last few...