Category Archives: Retail Transactions

High-profile transactions drive retail investment so far in 2018

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JLL Q3 Retail Investment Outlook finds YTD investment sales growth rises 36.1 percent
Transactions volumes total $56.9 billion YTD

Retail transaction volume totaled $56.9 billion year-to-date at the end of Q3 2018 according to the Q3 U.S. Retail Investment Outlook released today by JLL at the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)… Read More

E-Commerce Retailers Plan 850 Physical Stores in the Next 5 Years

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JLL releases new research report on the growing Clicks-to-Bricks retail segment

JLL released its latest research report titled, “How e-commerce brands get physical” which analyzes and discusses the growing trend of E-Commerce retailers opening up Brick and Mortar retail locations. The report findings show that several major previously online only retailers such as… Read More

Retail Sales Update

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After a tepid start to the year, consumer spending appears to be back in full-swing as shown by today’s retail sales numbers. June saw a 0.5% month-over-month increase and a, more importantly, 6.6% year-on-year increase over June 2017. Home purchases have seen a significant bump driven by lower taxes and… Read More

JLL Retail’s Store Closure Summary – September

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JLL Retail Research looks at coming closures, the impact of e-commerce on brick and mortar stores, how the store experience is changing and which retailers are actually expanding operations despite the current climate (as of September 2017).

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City Series: Seattle – Where Retail Options Make Others Green with Envy

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Seattle, dubbed as the Emerald City, makes it rain with a variety of retail. Having more to offer than fish markets and coffee house culture, the Seattle metro serves as home base for many retailers including Starbucks, REI, Amazon, Costco and Nordstrom. Because of this, the city gets more than its fair share of buzzworthy retail, like the huge Starbucks Roastery, the cashierless Amazon Go and… Read More

City Series: Mexico City Makes Major Moves in Retail

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Trying to soak up all of the culture, cuisine, and shopping that Mexico City has to offer will have you sleep deprived. It’s expected that shoppers will become captivated with the diversity its corridors has to offer and it wouldn’t be a shocker if you find yourself wondering aimlessly… Read More

City Series: Philadelphia – The City of Firsts Offer Stiff Retail Competition

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What’s better than an original Philly cheesesteak? Tax-free clothing and the selection in which to choose from. With some of the biggest brands, shopping in Philadelphia provides a world-class experience. It’s no wonder why Philly saw a record number of visitors in 2015 and the best hotel performance in more than a decade.

Both prime urban retail corridors, Walnut Street and Market East, are seeing a… Read More

City Series: New York – Where Big Retail Footprints Leave Big Shoes to Fill

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Providing no shortage of opportunities, New York has a sheer volume of national, discounted and luxury retailers which can be overwhelming for a local let alone a tourist. Looking to save or splurge, no problem, the city where dreams are made will make you think you’re dreaming with all of the shopping possibilities. When it comes to shopping in New York, the options are limitless.

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JLL Brokers the Sale of The Shops at Lexington Circle

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Riverstone Capital Group purchases the Peachtree City retail asset

JLL announced it has sold The Shops at Lexington Circle on behalf of Mirabeland Investments and Concordia Properties. The 43,199-square-foot open-air shopping center is located in Peachtree City, a suburb of Atlanta and is anchored by Sprouts Farmer’s Market. Coral Gables-based Riverstone… Read More

Bagged or boxed? JLL predicts the future of 13 retail categories

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The way shoppers value time, touch and money drives on- or off-line purchasing

Online retail sales will grow by an average of 15 percent annually through 2020 according to eMarketer. But, the rate at which online versus in-store sales occur will vary drastically by category. JLL’s latest report explores the tie between how shoppers value goods and the way 13 retail categories will be sold.

“Shoppers each have a unique value system for… Read More