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South Carolina Local Retail Report

Retail
Second Quarter 2019

South Carolina metros have settled into a period of steady growth. Most of the impressive rent and occupancy gains are behind the local markets, though improvement will continue through the current expansion. More

Seattle Local Retail Report

Retail
Second Quarter 2019

Strong sales gains support positive outlook for retail sector. The availability of employment is drawing new residents to the metro as tech companies including Amazon continue hiring at a vibrant clip. More

San Diego Local Retail Report

Retail
Second Quarter 2019

Unwavering retailer demand maintains minimal vacant stock. In 2017, San Diego’s retail vacancy rate reached a cycle low of 3.6 percent. Since that time, availability in the metro has shifted nominally, as many shops have opted to renew existing leases or occupy additional footprints. More

San Antonio Local Retail Report

Retail
Second Quarter 2019

Household formation in northern sections brings above-average rent growth. National tenants are taking note of San Antonio’s quickly growing population, supporting the metro’s largest completion total since 2014. More

Salt Lake City Local Retail Report

Retail
Second Quarter 2019

Employment growth spurs robust retail spending. Driven by continued economic expansion and stout population gains, Salt Lake City ranked second among major U.S. metros in annual retail sales growth last year, registering a more than 8 percent increase.  More

Sacramento Local Retail Report

Retail
Second Quarter 2019

Rapidly expanding population benefits retail leasing velocity. Sacramento witnessed the absorption of 2.6 million square feet of retail space over the past two years ending in March.     More