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Reviving Big-Box: How the Shopping Center Space is Transforming

DATE December 27, 2019 / Author


It comes as no surprise that the retail industry is changing, especially with big-name brands, such as Sears, Macy’s and J.C. Penney, declaring bankruptcy, shuttering locations, and announcing closures. Despite this shift, consumer confidence and spending are elevated, and the overall retail property fundamentals remain healthy with continued improvement. As numerous big-box locations that were […]

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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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A Region to Watch: An In-Depth Look into the Midwest Shopping Center Market

DATE July 1, 2019 / Author


As economic expansion continues, core or primary markets are tightening, and secondary and tertiary markets are starting to gain traction. The following report highlights a top investment region – the midwest and the current shopping center market. Capital has historically been drawn to the larger Midwestern cities such as Chicago and Minneapolis which have more […]

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9 Upgrades Shopping Centers are Maing

Infographic: 9 Upgrades Shopping Centers are Making

DATE April 3, 2018 / Author


Most property owners are well aware of the approaches that have proved successful in the past are no longer working. The challenge is to devise a strategy that will not only meet the needs of the current retail landscape but also pave the way to greater opportunities in the future. Matthews™ has examined a number […]

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Shopping Center Real Estate Market Outlook

DATE November 30, 2016 / Author


The Shopping Center market is undergoing a drastic change from the big box and mall platform. As the post-recession economy continues to strengthen, so does the demand for shopping center commercial real estate investments. Historically low cap rates have motivated owners and developers to improve their positions, giving them the ability to earn a higher […]

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