Acquisitions

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

There are several factors anchoring our thinking as to how 2012 will play out for the retail real estate market. We look at the market trends that have shaped and are continuing to shape the industry, the economic climate domestically and abroad, as well as activity happening in our portfolio and the trends we’re seeing among our tenants.… 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

In an effort to create value in our existing portfolio of properties, Kimco continually analyzes redevelopment and retenanting opportunities. Redevelopment keeps a property fresh; ensures continued retail foot traffic; repositions the property for future growth; and increases cash flow, NOI, and property value — thereby maximizing value to both the community and our shareholders.… Read More