In Depth Posts

3 Southern Brewpubs Serving Up Suds and Community

Did you know that the average American drinks about 26 gallons of beer every year? And this year, besides drinking their favorite beverage, people are trying their best to support their local communities through this difficult time.  Always a cozy place for drinks and dinner, many brewpubs now offer to-go bottle or keg service served […]

How to Level Up Your Retail Real Estate Marketing Campaign: A Retailsphere Guide

Are you striving to fill vacant space in your shopping center? If so, it may be time to reboot your marketing strategy. Digital and email marketing for commercial real estate can help you reach the right prospects in your quest to fill your space. By leveraging technology, you can eliminate duplication of effort, streamline and […]

Blasting Prospecting Emails Might be Easy, but Targeting Delivers Results

When you begin the process of filling a vacancy, prospecting often feels like a numbers game. You want to cast your net as wide as possible to initiate as many potential tenant opportunities as you can. Through the leasing process many of these prospects will decide it's just not the right fit and will fall […]

How Is Big Data Impacting Retail Real Estate

As the retail industry paves new paths to growth, data-fueled business intelligence can help tenants and shopping center owners alike make smarter decisions. To unlock the insights you need, it’s helpful to understand the value of big data for real estate brokers, tenants, landlords, and investors.  What is big data, and how can you use […]

Top Brewpubs in the Northeast and Why They Make Great Tenants

Many breweries are pivoting to take-out bottle or keg services, and are leaning heavily into outdoor beer garden spaces to stay open and serving customers. The segment has seen rapid growth over the past decade, and their inventive flavors, cult followings, and homey atmospheres remain a huge draw in a year where consumers are looking […]

Top Tips: How to Overcome Leasing Pipeline Bottlenecks

When you have an empty storefront to fill, every day of vacancy costs you money. It also hurts your other tenants who would benefit from steady customer traffic to neighboring retailers. Removing bottlenecks from your leasing pipeline can help you fill the space more quickly and maintain your center’s profitability, and in retail leasing, “Speed […]

The Future of Childcare Centers Post Pandemic

The pandemic forced sweeping closures of daycare facilities across the country earlier this year, and while many have re-opened, it seems almost 40% of childcare centers and family childcare programs remain closed nationwide. Those that remain open are operating at very low capacity. But don’t count them out as potential tenants. While challenges are present, […]

Technology Unleashed - The Essential Core of Leasing Today

To ignore the disruptive impact that technology has had on today’s small shop leasing efforts would be akin to staying with the leasing tools of the 80’s: Pencil, legal pad, city maps, telephone, and yellow pages.  Not to mention hours upon hours of time driving from retail center to retail center, in hopeful search of […]

The Future of Convenience Stores

The 2020 COVID pandemic has affected us all, but the convenience store market has arguably seen a unique set of issues. Where many retailers and outlets have to figure out the best way to reopen, convenience stores find themselves in the sticky Venn diagram center of “necessary fuel stop” and “high traffic risk spot.” Convenience […]
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