Tag Archives: Jones Lang LaSalle Retail

Investors are casting a wider net

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Retail transaction volume may have been down in the beginning of 2013, but now the market is busier than ever. JLL is predicting an uptick in retail investment sales by at least 10 percent in 2013, with investors who had formerly been focused on Class A properties moving up the risk spectrum to those B and C assets in search of higher yields. JLL breaks down who’s buying, where, and why.

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A Retail View From Hong Kong (part 1 of 2)

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As we enter 2013, Hong Kong’s economy appears to be gathering momentum, once again. After growing by just 1.4% in 2012, the slowest rate of growth since the Global Financial Crisis, most economists have penciled in real GDP growth of about 3.0% y-o-y in 1Q13. Leading the recovery has been the retail sector. Retail sales through the first two months of the New… Read More

Robust Retail at RECON!

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As JLL heads into ICSC, Greg Maloney, Americas CEO of JLL Retail says the retail market is robust, with sales picking up.







Stay connected with JLL Retail at the 2013 ICSC RECON in Las Vegas.  Check out our blogs, videos, tweets and news at www.us.joneslanglasalle.com/icsc.

Greg Maloney
President & CEO


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A Mall Rat in a Small World

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For many years, the mall has been a place to hang out for young people, specifically the pre-driving teenage years of 12 to 15.  It’s that wonderful moment in your youth when your parents finally trust you enough to let you out of the house on your own.  I remember… Read More

Jones Lang LaSalle – Retail Predicts the Super Bowl!

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My friends and colleagues will tell you I love Football and Retail equally, so whenever I can combine those two loves, it makes for a great day.  Well, for the third straight year, Jones Lang LaSalle and its Executive Chairman of the Americas, Roger Staubach, are making predictions for the Super Bowl based on commercial real estate vacancy rates.

While sports experts and… Read More

Bring on the Bazaar!

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I am a late-born shopper. Not that I am so young, but rather that I have only recently truly started to appreciate – and occasionally revel in the shopping experience. My teen years were spent in harried weekend shopping trips from Kingston, Jamaica to Miami to pick up necessities. The goal was to be efficient and thrifty. And… Read More

From Mobile Wallets to iPad Checkout – Technology Drives The Future of Retail

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Walking the EXPO floor of the NRF conference Retail’s Big Show, it’s clear again that technology plays an integral role in the future of retail.  From iPad checkout to mobile payment technologies to advanced checkout lanes to biometrics and geofencing, retailers are inundated with a plethora of vendors and options to improve productivity, increase sales, and create the store… Read More

First Look From NRF’s Big Show in the Big Apple

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The National Retail Federation’s (NRF) Big Show kicked off yesterday in New York City at the Javits Convention Center with a series of great First Look sessions by Shop.org on the state of the economy, a 2013 holiday outlook (didn’t we just wrap up the 2012 holiday shopping season!?), and a look… Read More

ICSC New York 2012 – Retail Expertise!

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We’ve been busy!  Check out our retail experts’ opinons from the 2012  ICSC New York Deal-Making Conference.  You can view the videos below or click here to visit our entire retail video playlist:

View videoA Retail Portfolio for Christmas?
Unlike year’s past, an extraordinary number of retail portfolios and assets are coming… Read More

Putting the Gen-Y in inGENuitY

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As the most analyzed American generation to date, Baby Boomers seem to get all of the love. It’s a generation that is treasured within our American history. Although born in 1982, I feel like I have lived since the 60’s, as there seems to be no limits to the documentaries, books, TV specials and VH1 Behind the Music… Read More