Real Estate Impact

While e-commerce does not replace the store, it is fundamentally redefining the role of physical retail in the eyes of both consumers and brands. How do retailers, owners and investors leverage their brick-and-mortar to generate growth in an omnichannel context?

How are retailers adapting stores to omnichannel?

The emergence of digital shopping channels has forced retailers to rethink the purpose and format of their physical stores.

How are mall owners adapting to omnichannel ?

While some argue the mall is “dead,” there is substantial evidence to the contrary and that the right investments in key mall properties can help the mall adjust to and thrive in an omnichannel world.  

What’s the role of pop-ups in omnichannel retailing?

While temporary or short-term retail leases have long been a part of specialty leasing strategies in shopping malls, the growing popularity of pop-ups among both new and established retailers has presented new opportunities for brick-and-mortar retail real estate. 

How Has E-commerce Shaped Industrial Real Estate Demand?

E-commerce accounts for almost 9% of total retail sales in the U.S. today and has been growing nearly three times faster than brick-and-mortar sales since 2010. The impact of this growth on the supply chain is profound.