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What Is Brookfield’s Play with Rouse?
What's behind Brookfield Asset Management's interest in a class-B mall REIT?
Gap’s Dismal Holiday Performance Creates Doubt About its Direction
How likely is Gap Inc. to announce store closings in the coming months?
Can Macy’s Find a Way to Unlock the Value of its Real Estate?
Joint ventures on its properties might be a way for the retailer to create value.
Will Icahn’s Acquisition of Pep Boys Affect the Net Lease Market?
Will Carl Icahn's acquisition of Pep Boys create more attractive acquisition opportunities for net lease investors?
Holiday Spending Supports Store Openings Report
A solid holiday shopping season bodes well for retailers' store opening plans.
Can E-Commerce Strengthen Big-Box Stores?
Some new research studies claim bricks-and-mortar retailers can benefit from e-commerce.
Does Blocked Staples-Office Depot Merger Just Delay the Inevitable?
Whether their merger goes through or not, Staples and Office Depot will need to cut down on their store count.
Retail REIT Acquisition Activity Slows
Though other investors have been picking up more retail properties, retail REITs have pulled back on their acquisition activity in 2015.
Tenant Issues Challenge Retail REITs
Retail REITs face an increasing number of tenant bankruptcies and shrinking store footprints as the sector reverts to post-recession normal.
Kohl’s Joins the Small-Format Trend
Kohl's follows other department stores with small-format, outlet stores.
Foodie Culture Influences Restaurant Tenant Mix at Retail Centers
Many countries are known for their sophisticated palates—France, Italy, Spain—but the United States has never been one of them… until now.
Strong Box Office Numbers Lead to More Traffic at Shopping Centers
Blockbuster movie releases translate into more earnings for movie theater operators and greater foot traffic at the shopping centers in which they’re located.
Walgreens-Rite Aid Merger Will Significantly Impact Net Lease Sector
The acquisition will likely have a significant impact on the retail real estate industry, particularly the net lease sector, experts contend.
Retail Condos More Desirable Than Ever
Retail condos, a long-time favorite of investors looking for exposure to urban markets, have become even more desirable.
Today’s Retail Properties Defy Rigid Categorization
Categorizing retail properties used to be easy. Investors could just toss properties into different buckets based on size, tenants and location.
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