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5Qs for Barry Wolfe on sale-leasebacks

Barry Wolfe is an attorney who used his legal knowledge of real estate transactions to do much the same thing for owner-operators the likes of Panera Bread. His Wolfe Retail Group is now part of Marcus & Millichap, and he has the founders’ …  Continue Reading…

Western Palm Beach County a Hit with Retail Investors

Retail investors have again targeted a well-traveled corridor in an affluent section of western Palm Beach County, Florida. Village Shoppes on 441 in Royal Palm Beach sold to an investor at a foreclosure auction for $20.6 million, or about $72 per square foot.  Continue Reading…

Bed Companies Dream of Filling Mattress Firm’s Empty Stores

Mattress companies want shoppers to take bed-maker Mattress Firm’s shrinking national footprint laying down, preferably in the showrooms these businesses want to open in former Mattress Firm locations.  Continue Reading…

Amazon’s Grocery Delivery, Pick-Up Expanding to More Markets

Amazon has expanded its grocery delivery and pickup through Whole Foods Market and now reaches 63 markets nationwide, though one analyst isn’t convinced the services will revolutionize the industry and change its real estate leasing patterns.  Continue Reading…

A 13,824-SF Net-Leased Property Trades For $7.3 Million in Naples

Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of CVS, a 13,824-square foot net-leased property located in Naples, Fla., according to Ryan Nee, vice president / regional manager of the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office. The asset sold for $7,300,000. Continue Reading…

Scrapped Rite Aid-Albertsons Merger, Mattress Firm’s Financial Struggles Could Lead to Thousands of Vacancies

Thousands of retail properties could become prime targets for redevelopment if Rite Aid and Mattress Firm close stores. Some analysts raised questions about Rite-Aid’s future this week after the drug store and grocer Albertsons scrapped their proposed merger.  Continue Reading…

Publix: Where Real Estate Investing is a Pleasure

Publix Super Markets isn’t just one of the nation’s top grocery chains, it’s also becoming a major real estate investor, buying up its own stores and self-anchored shopping centers when they hit the market.  Continue Reading…

Net Lease REITs Continue to Favor Dollar Stores

They aren’t sexy, but they are stable. Dollar stores—buoyed by budget-cutting consumers and largely insulated from the rise of e-commerce—are small, but mighty workhorses for some REITs. Continue Reading…

Stiles planning downtown Fort Lauderdale redevelopment

The Stiles real estate firm is moving forward with plans to redevelop a stretch of downtown Fort Lauderdale with residential units, retail and a 25-story office tower. Continue Reading…

Net Lease Research 2018, Part 3: Dollar Stores Remain Strong, Convenience Stores Struggling

Dollar stores—buoyed by budget-conscious consumers and largely insulated from the rise of e-commerce—have become a popular bet for some net lease investors. Continue Reading…

Marcus & Millichap Arranges the Sale of a 34,100-Square-Foot Retail Property for $11.8 Million

Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of Shoppes of South Dale, a 34,100-square-foot retail property, according to Ari Ravi, regional manager of the firm’s Tampa office. The asset sold for $11,800,000. Continue Reading…

‘Grow Your Restaurant’ Podcast: Barry Wolfe of Marcus & Millichap

In this episode, Barry Wolfe, senior managing director, investments of Marcus & Millichap’s Wolfe Retail Group, joins us to discuss site selection, real estate trends in the restaurant industry, and more. Continue Reading…

Net Lease Research 2018, Part 3: Dollar Stores Remain Strong, Convenience Stores Struggling

Dollar stores—buoyed by budget-conscious consumers and largely insulated from the rise of e-commerce—have become a popular bet for some net lease investors. Continue Reading…