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Bay Area Retail Market Report

Retail
Second Half 2018

Broad shortage of retail space supporting incredibly tight vacancy; marquee employer base underpins labor market strength. A range of technology, biotech and fintech employers have powered one of the most robust growth cycles in the Bay Area, pushing unemployment below the lowest levels of the late 1990s.More

Boston Retail Market Report

Retail
Second Half 2018

Nationally low vacancy spurs greater rent gains. Accelerating employment growth supports the net migration of over 13,000 people to Boston this year as low unemployment motivates recruiters to look outside the market for new hires.More

Central Valley, CA Retail Market Report

Retail
Second Half 2018

Rise in consumer demand bolsters leasing velocity. Retailers in Central Valley have absorbed approximately 6 million square feet of space over the past two years, reducing the regional vacancy rate to a cycle-low level in Fresno, Kern, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties, the region’s largest markets.More

Chicago Retail Market Report

Retail
Second Half 2018

Retailers targeting Chicago for their flagship stores. Rising household incomes supported by corporate expansions are giving consumers increased discretionary income and attracting retailers to the Chicago metro.More

Dallas/Fort Worth Retail Market Report

Retail
Second Half 2018

Healthy economy attracts new companies, residents and retailers. Strong tenant demand in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex continues to lure numerous companies as they relocate or expand operations, resulting in a strong, steady pace of hiring over the past few years.More

Denver Retail Market Report

Retail
Second Half 2018

Demographic trends predicate strengthening retail demand. Retail vacancy in the Mile High City remains on a downward trend as strong employment growth supports increased consumer spending, which in turn has brought an influx of new retailers.More