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National Retail Research Report

National Report, 2015

Economic and investment conditions throughout commercial real estate are the healthiest they have been in years. Payroll expansion hit a 15-year high, and wage growth and equity returns lifted consumer confidence to a post-recession best.More

Atlanta Retail Research Report

Atlanta, 2015 Outlook

Major employer expansions, particularly in the thriving manufacturing, distribution and technology segments, are supporting household formation and benefiting Atlanta retail operations this year.More

Austin Retail Research Report

Austin, 2015 Outlook

Austin’s vacancy rate will tighten in 2015 as economic and population growth continue at above-average rates and deliveries remain moderate. Last year, the local population increased by 50,000 residents, including 31,000 people who relocated from outside the metro.More

Baltimore Retail Research Report

Baltimore, 2015 Outlook

Broadening economic gains will support retail space demand, driving vacancies to historically tight levels and advancing rent growth. Construction has begun to accelerate, with new builds including a variety of retail complexes, single-tenant buildings and mixed-use spaces.More

Boston Retail Research Report

Boston, 2015 Outlook

Job creation in higher-paying fields including biomedical, finance and technology will lure more people to Boston, capturing the attention of retailers and lifting space demand. Quality jobs and rising incomes are fueling household formation and residential developers are responding.More

Charlotte Retail Research Report

Charlotte, 2015 Outlook

Rising employment will lift consumer confidence this year, spurring spending and encouraging retailers to expand their footprints in the metro. Several employers, including AvidXchange, Daimler, RingCentral and GKN Driveline, have plans to hire hundreds of workers in the near term.More