I hope everyone is having a great week. There is a lot going on in the retail and commercial real estate world and I have provided a sample of the interesting articles that I have read this week. I hope that you find them both interesting and useful.
Mall of Memphis may go industrial
Lifelink puts musically rich church on market
Are You a Lifting Agent?
In 2011 Memphis, Tennessee cracked the top ten for highest performing housing markets, according to the Home Data Index company Clear Capital
Analyzing the trend and analyzing the property
Fashion retailer Select to double stores
A Good Commercial Realtor Is Worth His or Her Weight In Gold
Net Lease Properties: Demand Outweighs Supply
What Smart Growth Advocates Get Wrong About Density
Bennigan’s Brand Revival in 2011 Launches Legendary Comeback
Regulations that promote sprawl are ebbing
Top 10 Retail Predictions for 2012
Study: Consumers Want More Communications From Retailers
What’s the Allure of Dollar Stores?
Is 2012 the year of the restaurant?
A look at the fastest-growing chains
Meet Bob Symonds, Inventor of the Modern Suburban Mall
Fast-Casual Chains Eat Up Empty Real Estate
Fast-casual restaurants are just what landlords ordered
DLC Management Corp. – Baltimore/Washington DC MSA (Baltimore, Maryland Area)
A Comparison of Two Construction Management Approaches
MASSIVE SMALL – The Operating System for Smart Urbanism
Good property manager is gold
Build Your Business Through Social Media
Looking for new clients? You’ll find them online. CIRE Magazine January 2012
Local Real Estate Professional Discusses Social Media
MEMPHIS, TENN. — January 23, 2012 — Shawn E. Massey, CCIM, partner at The Shopping Center Group, was quoted in the January/February issue of Commercial Investment Real Estate, the magazine of the CCIM Institute. Please read his comments in “Build Your Business Through Social Media,” which is available in the PDF file accompanying this release. To read the entire issue, visit http://cire.epubxpress.com.
CCIMs have earned an internationally recognized professional designation that signifies their expertise in commercial investment real estate. Do you want to get this expert’s take on the local commercial real estate market? Contact Shawn E. Massey, CCIM, at 901-334-5702.
Start a Killer Restaurant: 6 Tips
Starbucks Transitions More Cafes to Wine Bars
Does Retail Reflect the Strength of a Neighborhood?
Do the types of stores and restaurants opening in a neighborhood tell you whether or not it’s succeeding and growing?
- By John Keith
Online shopping won’t kill bricks-and-mortar stores, Whistler conference told