As the office market continues to eke out its recovery, the sector is still trying to dig out from under a sizable load of sublease space. Nationally, the volume of sublease space has improved markedly since the peak of the recession....More
Experts at CBRE predict the surprisingly quick recovery of the U.S. industrial market will extend into 2014, with a lack of supply leading to further shrunken availability and an increase in rents....More
Vacancies for neighborhood and community centers were unchanged during the third quarter and now stand at 10.5 percent, just 60 basis points below the peak vacancy of 11.1 percent, recorded during the third quarter of 2011....More
The show attracted 7,600 attendees, an uptick of about 600 from last year, according to ICSC statistics. There were also plenty of fresh names featured in this year’s Retailer Runway, which looks at expanding companies....More
The Midwest industrial market has responded well to the economic recovery, and according to some benchmarks has outperformed the coastal port cities that have traditionally been the power house markets for the sector....More
Research put together by Morningstar Credit Ratings LLC found that there are at least 108 malls around the country where Sears and J.C. Penney both serve as major tenants, and those properties are included in 106 CMBS loans with a combined principal balance of $7.1 billion.
There are no unlucky numbers today for the industrial sector, which just reported a drop in nationwide availability for the 13th consecutive quarter, with rents and sales activity, especially on portfolios, expected to rise going into 2014....More
There are a number of key points that tenants should keep in mind to ensure that they are using their offices in ways that increase revenue and productivity, while also lowering risk and protecting their investments in their people, and in their spaces....More