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Boston Retail Investment Forecast

Boston Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Vacancy descends despite slight rise in deliveries. The recently completed Reebok headquarters in the Seaport District, along with the forthcoming arrival of Wayfair and DraftKings to downtown, contribute to the metro’s broadening labor pool and steady household formation this year.More

Charlotte Retail Investment Forecast

Charlotte Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Retail demand buoyed by strong demographic trends. During 2018, the metro is expected to gain more than 55,000 residents with household incomes rising at a 3.5 percent clip to nearly $64,800 per year.More

Chicago Retail Investment Forecast

Chicago Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Tenants filling existing inventory as construction moderates Vacancy tightens to the lowest level in 10 years as local retailers backfill space and fewer large-scale multi-tenant projects are set for completion, dropping deliveries below the five-year average.More

Cincinnati Retail Investment Forecast

Cincinnati Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Amid an expanding retail market, robust leasing activity compresses vacancy. As Cincinnati campaign efforts boost tourism activity, a steady inflow of jobs in the hospitality sector will strengthen the city’s workforce.More

Cleveland Retail Investment Forecast

Cleveland Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Employment gains fuel improving Cleveland retail market. The healthcare industry leads the steady hiring pace this year, providing a boost to the city’s median household income, which will surpass the national growth rate.More

Columbus Retail Investment Forecast

Columbus Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Creative food and shopping concepts keep vacancy low. The large student population and healthy economic growth have turned the metro into a testing ground for many retailers.More