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6 Eating Habits Changing the Food Industry

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Did you know that by 2025, as much as 20% of space in many shopping centers will be occupied by F&B concepts? View the 6 eating habits changing the food industry and how the hungry millennials are shifting restaurant operations and food options.

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The Basics Behind the Deals: an ICSC New York Recap

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Hirschfeld, MichaelJLL’s Michael Hirschfeld spent an hour speaking to retail real estate professionals at  the recent ICSC New York Dealmaking Conference. He gave insight to leasing fundamentals with his over 40 years of expertise of tenant representation – in case you missed it, here is our recap.

While discussing some of the basics behind lease structures, Michael provided some color commentary from on-the-street experience… Read More

Going Global: ICSC ReCon Takeaways Retailers Should Consider

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What does it take for a retailer to be successful when expanding globally? At ICSC RECon today, Holly Cohen, Vice President of Global DTC Real Estate and Store Construction for Nike Inc., Karen Janes, Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate for Ralph Lauren, Michael Chu’di Ejekam, Chief Executive Officer of Atreos in Lagos, Nigeria and David Zoba, Chairman of JLL’s Global Leasing Board shared their insights.

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Luxury Retailers Broaden Horizons to Target Urban U.S. Meccas

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The global luxury market continues to outpace expectations. Luxury spending exceeded €1 trillion last year largely driven by personal luxury good purchases. Americans were the second-largest group of luxury buyers behind the Chinese, making up nearly a quarter of the global luxury spend worldwide. But as Karl Lagerfeld famously said, “keep the best, forget the rest” and today’s luxury retailers are doing just that by selectively targeting 11 major U.S. cities… Read More

#LetsGoShopping Campaign Launches at 24 JLL-Managed Centers

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The sale of goods and services online is expected to grow 8.6 percent on average per annum for the next five years according to IBIS World. While retail shopping is moving online, it isn’t leaving physical stores in the dust as 92.5 percent of retail sales still happen in store according to JLL’s retail experts. In an effort to counter this misnomer, JLL is sparking an industry-wide conversation about the undeniable… Read More

Retail Runway Review from ICSC NYC

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ICSC held its popular session, Retail Runway at the New York Dealmaking show this week. T

here were 3 major themes for retailers planning new stores and expanding relatively new concepts:

  1. The Urban Push – Retailers tend to be focusing more on growing urban store presence and this trend often coincides with a
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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Retail Space

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Retailing USAThe U.S. market has six times more retail square feet per person that the United Kingdom, with 2,375 square feet per 100 inhabitants. That’s more space than France, Denmark, Finland, Portugal, Spain, Italy and Germany combined, making it an increasingly attractive locale for European retailers that have reached maturity in their home… Read More

Sunshine State’s Construction Comeback Driven by Malls and Shopping Center Development

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While many tourists flock to America’s panhandle looking for sand and sunshine, Florida’s retail development market is doing the opposite: moving indoors. According to JLL research launched today at the International Council of Shopping Centers Florida Conference in Orlando, nearly half of all retail commercial construction happening in the state, in the first half of 2014 is taking place in malls and shopping centers.

“While most markets are seeing a boom in

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Want to know the future of back-to-school shopping? Look to the past.

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Shopping online just keeps getting easier. As deal sites abound, shipping prices fall away, inventory endlessly expands, and it begs the question: “does anyone load the kids up in the family car and drive to the mall anymore?” Turns out they do—and especially when school’s about to start. A recent survey shows that 90 percent of American households plan on doing their back-to-school shopping at physical retail stores… Read More

Shopping Center Security – Goodbye Phone Trees, Hello Texts and Tweets

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iphone4-screenshotIn an unpredictable world, security in shopping centers and retail outlets has taken center stage. The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) estimates that last year, a typical mall spent more than $1 million on security. While prevention is ideal, preparedness and responsiveness are critical to stabilizing and mobilizing employees and tenants during a crisis.

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