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How the Fast-Casual Sector is Dominating the Restaurant Industry

DATE December 30, 2019 / Author

Some media have reported that the restaurant industry is dying, as a health conscious demographic dominates the consumer category. Their supporting evidence refers to chain giants, such as Pizza Hut, closing down hundreds of locations. On the contrary, the National Restaurant Association’s 2019 State of Industry Report claims that the industry is to reach $863 […]

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Retail Development Trends: Dallas-Fort Worth

DATE December 17, 2019 / Author

We’ve all heard the morbid opinions that ‘retail is dying,’ but not as much media coverage has been run for brick-and-mortar retail openings or the food options that are spearheading experiential retail. One market that has demonstrated immunity to retail disruption is Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). With  429.6 million square feet of retail space, a booming […]

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The Breaking Up Of Retail | How Dividing Parcels May Help Investors Conquer the Market

DATE December 5, 2019 / Author

Historically, if an asset was well located, had the right credit tenancy, or was a dominant shopping center, an institution of REIT would be interested in placing large sums of capital. Today, things have changed, and investors must take into consideration: Surrounding demographics and if the shopping center still caters to the needs of the […]

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Net Lease Cheat Sheets

DATE December 2, 2019 / Author

The net lease cheat sheets feature a compilation of data from 60+ major tenants in the net lease sector, providing insight into current on-market information including typical lease structures, investment values, and tenant future outlook ratings. Click to explore and compare tenants. 

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Food Halls: How modern consumers & social media are setting the table for the dining experience 

DATE October 21, 2019 / Author

Consumers today expect an experience as soon as they step outside their place of residence, and are spending an increased amount of money on food, specifically eating out. Channel definitions are blurring, and a bevy of new options are combining the role of the restaurant, grocer, farmer, and concierge – concepts like Food Halls. Today’s […]

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The Revitalization of Retail: The digital transformation driving next generation store experiences

DATE September 3, 2019 / Author

In the past ten years, we have witnesses some of the most dramatic changes in retail. From store closures to companies going out of business and some large retailers declaring bankruptcy– retail has endured a heavyweight fight with modern-day consumers and e-commerce giants like Amazon. There has also been an excess amount of media coverage […]

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2019 Casual Dining Outlook: How millennial appetites are shaping the sector

DATE August 23, 2019 / Author

The past 24 months have been a whirlwind for the Casual Dining sector. The struggle and subsequent adaptation to the declining millennial appetite for this asset class has dramatically shifted the sector. Investors have been aware for some time now that main concepts in the Casual Dining space have been declining in traffic, sales volume, […]

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Live. Work. Play. | How consumer preferences are shaking up retail

DATE August 6, 2019 / Author

We are seeing yesterday’s shopping centers morphing into experience-based, consumer engaged spaces. These shopping center spaces are transforming into mixed-use commercial offerings that are designed to meet the needs of new generational shoppers. These consumers want to shop in environments that focus on live, work, play, and convenience. This has caused developers to think about: […]

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Now Trending: Sale Leasebacks

DATE July 10, 2019 / Author

The Alternative Financing Strategy on the Rise Although introduced decades ago, Sale Leasebacks are suddenly experiencing a surge in transaction volume as owners and agents grow increasingly aware of the benefits offered. This spark in volume can be attributed to various factors including the recent Tax Reform of 2017, participation by notable restaurant franchisees, and […]

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