Tag Archives: E-commerce

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

Retailers Keep it Simple for Shoppers this Holiday Season

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Shoppers have more money in their pockets this holiday season, as unemployment remains at a post-recession low and fuel prices remain low. However, in a competitive retail market, standing out among the competition is a major feat. According to new data from JLL’s 2015 Holiday Sentiment Report, which includes feedback from largely national or global retailers in JLL-managed shopping centers across the United States, this year’s differentiator will hinge on simplifying… Read More

Department Stores Hope Same-day Delivery Trumps Amazon

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USA-NYC-MacysInstant gratification keeps getting more instant in the shopping world. In the race to keep up with e-commerce players, retail giants Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s will this fall launch same-day delivery services in 50 of their stores – across eight Macy’s markets and four of Bloomingdale’s.

The move is a direct response to relentless competition from e-commerce players like Amazon.com and eBay, which have been… Read More

Gold Rush to SoCal’s Retail Market

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Excerpt by Ian Ritter, GlobeSt.com: Read the Full Story

Someone once asked Jesse James why he robbed banks, and he said, ‘That’s where the money is.’ The same sentiment holds true for Southern California where the coastal communities, for the most part, are doing very well, Craig Killman of JLL points out.

From Dock to Doorstop – the new retail race

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UPDATE ICSC New York: From E-bay’s one hour delivery service to Amazon’s futuristic proposed drone delivery, retailers are battling to gain competitive advantage by appealing to their customers’ need for  ‘insta-delivery’.

As the retail industry transitions its supply chain to an omni-channel model, demand is soaring for the real estate that supports this new paradigm.  A distinct real estate asset class tailored to e-commerce delivery has evolved. JLL has identified six newly-defined… Read More

Big Box, High Velocity: The 411 on E-commerce

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BigBoxJLL’s inaugural Big Box Velocity Index says, that demand for U.S. industrial distribution centers larger than 300,000 square feet is high and rising. Improving economic conditions, the continuing growth of e-commerce and a deep bench of tenants seeking space has created a highly competitive fight for industrial and warehousing space. As a result, there are 96.7 million… Read More