Jennifer Popovec

Jennifer
Popovec
Articles
Retail REITs Continue to Prune Portfolios
Retail REITs have picked up where they left off in 2011 and are continuing to right-size portfolios.
Why Taubman Turned Regency Square Over to its Lenders
Taubman Centers turned over Richmond, Va.'s Regency Square to its creditors.
Bubble 2.0?
The tech sector is hot again and driving real estate activity in Silicon Valley. But is it sustainable?
New Projects Fuel Downtown L.A.'s Transformation
Los Angeles' downtown continues to emerge, fueled by sporting venues and a new convention center.
Hungry for Tax Revenue, Municipalities Serve Up Incentives to Lure Retailers and Developers.
Retailers and developers are finding municipalities are offering incentives in order to drive increases in tax revenues.
Retail Center Owners Take a More Active Approach to Energy Management
New advances in lighting are helping managers and owners cut energy costs.
Redevelopment Replaces Ground-Up Construction in Florida
Owners are focusing on redevelopment in Florida.
Recent Deals Signal Spark in CMBS Market
The CMBS market is returning--and retail has been at the heart of its recovery.
Generating a Spark
The commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market is beginning to defrost faster than many had expected, but definitely slower than anyone had hoped.
Some Smaller Retail Real Estate Firms Have Thrived in the Downturn.
The most nimble of small owners have taken steps to ensure that they not only will survive this downturn, but thrive when the industry rebounds.
Core Competencies
It's time to move back to the city. That's the conclusion that many national and local retailers seem to be drawing about Chicago. There, firms have responded
Retailers Look to Fill Vacancies in Chicago’s Loop and Affluent Shopping Districts
It's time to move back to the city. That's the conclusion that many national and local retailers seem to be drawing about Chicago
Owners need retailer commitments and deep pockets to redevelop centers
Owners need retailer commitments and deep pockets to redevelop centers
Bottoms Up
Investors savor higher cap rates and a lack of competition.
Bright Spots
Amid retailer closings and bankruptcies, value-oriented chains shine
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