The only consistent thing in retail real estate is change. Unlike other real estate sectors, the vibrant world of retail changes dramatically as new concepts pop up, existing concepts reinvent themselves, and outdated concepts fade away. And while change can sometimes be disruptive, we think it creates a great opportunity.… Read More

REITWeek is a major bi-annual event sponsored by NAREIT, and is a key opportunity for Kimco to meet with institutional investors and research analysts. This year, we had 19 meetings in which we came away with several important observations and understandings on the state of the retail and investment markets.… Read More

At the beginning of this year, we wrote about the 12 trends we thought the retail real estate market should be watching in 2012. Now that Q1 and Q2 are in the books, we wanted to take a fresh look at those trends, and reflect on how they’re playing out and where they’re heading as we continue to move forward in 2012.… Read More

Big Lots. Dollar Tree. Express. J. Crew. Marshalls. These are just a handful of the U.S. retailers that have crossed the border into Canada in the past year or so. Many others aren’t far behind — including industry leader Target and, according to some reports, Nordstrom and Kohl’s.… Read More

The Long Island retail market has grown significantly over the past few years, and is one of Kimco’s strongest markets. I talked in depth about this recently as a panelist for ICSC’s “Long Island Retail from All Sides” program. The event provided a snapshot into Long Island’s current and future retail market from the perspectives of several industry professionals.… Read More

Jim Cramer invited Kimco to be on his CNBC show, “Mad Money,” last week to talk about Kimco’s solid fourth quarter 2011 earnings results. We also got to talking about what I see as an important trend in the retail market — constrained retail space — and why I believe Kimco is well-positioned to take advantage of this.… Read More