When it comes to retail real estate, it’s not simply location, location, location. Studying local market dynamics and regional customer demands provides invaluable insight into a shopping center’s ideal composition. Key demographics like median age, ethnicity, and average household income can provide a strong baseline for identifying the proper tenant mix for a shopping center.… Read More


Booming in Boston

Posted by: Josh Weinkranz Josh Weinkranz
on June 26, 2014

The retail market in Boston, Massachusetts was always a famously tough nut to crack. Demand for space has increased while the vacancy rate, currently hovering only around 4.3 percent, has been in steady decline. Rents are on the rise in this densely infilled market and new construction is booming all over the city and out into the suburban ring.… Read More