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Atlanta Retail Market Report

Atlanta Metro Area, Second Quarter 2016

Job growth fuels retail demand; restrained development keeps vacancy tight. Robust job growth and rising household incomes have increased retail spending to the highest level yet, supporting occupancy in Atlanta’s retail properties.More

Austin Retail Market Report

Austin Metro Area, Second Quarter 2016

Retail developers ramp up in Northwest Austin; pent-up demand absorbs space. Strong in-migration trends and steady job growth are fostering retail expansion in Austin, and as development remains mostly pre-leased, vacancy will fall to the lowest point in over 10 years during 2016.More

Boston Retail Market Report

Boston Metro Area, Second Quarter 2016

Job expansions by tech, bioscience and professional services boost household wealth and retail sales. Expanding household formation in employment hubs is generating demand for adjacent retail options.More

Chicago Retail Market Report

Chicago Metro Area, Second Quarter 2016

Slowdown of retail construction amid underlying market strength tightens vacancy. A steady pace of household formation coupled with rising income levels will bolster retail spending, fueling demand for the Chicago retail market.More

Cincinnati Retail Market Report

Cincinnati Metro Area, Second Quarter 2016

Growing household incomes are supporting the metro’s retail market. Younger consumers are moving into the metro in droves, filling new job openings, forming new households and perusing shopping options nearby.More

Cleveland Retail Market Report

Cleveland Metro Area, Second Quarter 2016

Steadfast hiring supports retail demand as construction rises. Steady employment leading to rising retail sales in the Cleveland metro has improved vacancy and supported rent gains.More