How to Open Your Second and Third Retail Locations

How to Open Your Second and Third Retail Locations

By Rob Samtmann Retail real estate is a long game. Brokers, landlords, retailers and other stakeholders need to think carefully, not just about present-day market conditions, but also about future ones. Despite the admittedly daunting effects of the Covid-19 virus,...
Mixing Digital Commerce with Brick-and-Mortar Retail

Mixing Digital Commerce with Brick-and-Mortar Retail

Retailers in Philadelphia and around the Northeast are driving traffic and sales by deftly combining the best of both worlds—online and “IRL” (in real life). Don’t be intimidated by all of the jargon—”multi-channel,” “omnichannel,” “BOPIS” and everything in...
Making the most of experiential retail

Making the most of experiential retail

Opportunities in tenant representation and landlord leasing are constantly in flux—and the arrival of experience-oriented operators like Wondershare, Cinergy, The Void and Round 1 is a case in point. Not so long ago, sellers of hard and soft goods were the prime focus...
Interview: Margo McDonnell of 1031 Corp

Interview: Margo McDonnell of 1031 Corp

If you’re thinking about selling one investment property and buying another at the same time, you may also want to consider a 1031 tax-deferred exchange. This practice takes its name from Section 1031 of the U.S. tax code and allows property owners to sell real estate...