• Bricks & Mortality

    Local centers that combine necessity with impulse shopping have been seeing a greater volume and frequency of foot traffic, while today's regional mall needs an anchor experience or attraction that will make it a destination. How can retail real estate owners control the fate of their retail center?

    National 22 May 2017 11:10
  • Compton Industrial Space Completely Leased

    UPS took more than 500,000 square feet of space at the LEED Gold-certified Brickyard South Bay in September. Best Buy is now taking up the rest with the signing of a 10-year contract.

    Los Angeles 18 April 2017 11:29
  • Best Buy’s Second-Largest Distribution Center Up for Sale

    Marcus & Millichap will exclusively market for sale the 1,025,063-square-foot property in Findlay, Ohio.

    Midwest 27 October 2016 16:29
  • Spec Industrial Facilities in Poway Prove a Success for Techbilt

    One of Poway's most prominent industrial campuses is proving a major success with tenants amid a strengthening industrial market.

    San Diego 30 September 2015 11:09
  • The Effects of Big-Box Downsizing on the Retail Side

    By James Slusher, Associate Director, Stan Johnson Co.

    Many CRE owners have been challenged by the recent trend of big-box anchor tenants downsizing their retail footprints. Investors and developers should be mindful of retailers' new store concepts, and be critical of building size and rent projections.

    National 06 June 2012 19:02
  • Best Buy to Shutter 50 Stores

    Over the weekend, the giant electronics retailer Best Buy said that it will close about 50 stores out of its total of around 1,100. The announcement came not long after the sudden resignation of CEO Brian Dunn, for as-yet unclear but possibly scandalous reasons, though it seems unlikely that the two events are directly related.

    National 16 April 2012 12:31

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