Kimco’s fourth-quarter and full-year results show a company that is in the sweet spot of supply and demand.

In the U.S., more than 81,000 stores are expected to open over the next two years (a five-year high), while new shopping center construction has hit a 35-year low. … Read More

Just like the field that charged out of the gate at the recent Kentucky Derby, Kimco has come out strong in 2013, with first-quarter operating results that exceeded expectations.

Our reported funds from operations (FFO) rose 6.5 percent over the prior year, and our same-site net operating income (NOI) climbed 4 percent — not only our twelfth consecutive quarter of growing NOI, but our highest quarterly increase in five years.… Read More

Despite the economic challenges that have continued to impact the retail real estate industry this year, we’ve also experienced positive developments that have strengthened our businesses, reduced some concerns, and given us optimism about continued growth in 2014. This upward momentum has impacted organizations throughout the industry — REITs, retailers, and institutional investors alike.… Read More

Kimco Realty capped off a solid 2012 with a fourth quarter performance that beat analyst expectations, as the company continued to make progress on its strategic objectives and deliver improved operating results amid stronger demand for retail space.

Our reported funds from operations (FFO) as adjusted — a widely used supplemental measure of REIT performance — came in at $0.33 per diluted share in the fourth quarter, up 10 percent over the prior year.… Read More

“Strong and eventful.” That’s how Dave Henry described Kimco’s second quarter during our recent investor call.

FFO as adjusted increased by 12.9 percent and our operating metrics were very strong: U.S. same-site NOI grew 4.2 percent (the biggest year-over-year jump in six years and Kimco’s 13th consecutive quarter of rising NOI), U.S.… Read More

In formulating our views for the retail real estate market in 2013, I keep going back to the notion of a pendulum swinging. There’s reason to be both optimistic as well as cautious about nearly every issue and trend that could impact the industry this year.… Read More