Why the Open-Air, Grocery Anchored Shopping Center May Thrive

The coronavirus has turned the world of CRE upside down. Nearly every sector has been disrupted (or stimulated, in the case of industrial) by the pandemic’s far-reaching effects. New trends are being put into place, consumer demands took a 90-degree turn, and new approaches to business are coming into the light. Everyone’s wondering what exactly …

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How is Supply Chain Disruption Impacting Industrial CRE?

What hasn’t COVID disrupted? At this point, the shocking headlines exploring the ways the coronavirus is impacting the world has become the ‘new normal.’ It’s clear that the virus has made waves everywhere, but the one thing everyone is keeping an eye on is the industrial sector. The warehousing business has been actualizing all of …

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How COVID-19 will Impact Restaurant Real Estate

Nearly the entire world has been put on pause as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Industries and businesses all around the globe are giving their all to stay afloat during this difficult and constantly-shifting situation. With stay-home orders and quarantine the new norm, everyone from big corporations to small local businesses are feeling the …

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Rethinking Flexible Space

Rethinking Flexible Space in 2020 and Beyond Commercial real estate is constantly being shaped by the latest trends. It seems like standards are always changing and tenant demands are frequently shifting. This can make it difficult for CRE professionals to plan their long-term strategies. While CRE is an industry that requires everyone to stay on …

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5 Things to Know About CRE and Blockchain

Most people have little idea what blockchain even is as it relates to cryptocurrency. Now that the same technology behind virtual currency is being adapted for use in many other industries, firms in the CRE sector are bracing for its impact. What is Blockchain? Up until now, blockchain technology has been used to secure virtual currency …

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4 CRE Trends We Can Attribute to Millennials

Today’s workforce is undergoing a major shift in population. As of 2017, 56 million Millennials are either working or actively searching for work, making them the largest segment of the U.S. labor force, surpassing Gen Xers in 2016. More than one out of every three American workers is a Millennial — more than Gen Xers …

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