Getting a new Specialty Leasing booking inquiry every 4 hours is the stuff that shopping center landlords’ dreams are made of. But this dream turned to reality recently for Westwood Financial when, after just 72 hours of going live on casuallease.com with a batch of their shopping centers, 19 booking inquiries were received. 17 of … More IF SHORT TERM OPERATORS AREN’T LOOKING, YOU’RE NOT LIKELY TO GET A BOOKING.
One of the largest privately held shopping center developers in the US, Sandor Property Group, have appointed casuallease.com to oversee the specialty leasing and ancillary income across their shopping centers. Sandor owns and operates over eight million square feet of retail space across 25 States. They join other major US shopping center owners and managers … More Specialty Leasing Experts Appointed by Sandor Property Group
Ah, back to school shopping in the early ’00s. I have so many fond memories of clearing out the racks at Limited Too with my mom’s money (and Too Bucks, of course). The glittery tees, cute skorts, and fringe-filled accessories made me feel extra cool on the first day of school, and all that wonderful … More A Limited Too Pop-Up Shop Is Coming And You Need To Visit For Old Times’ Sake
What might have been a standard trip to Hugo Boss turned exceptional when Amanda Goller spotted the new Ted Baker store at the Galleria. She hadn’t visited the high-end clothier since she worked in finance on Wall Street, a job she left two years ago for a corporate one in Houston’s energy sector. The London-based … More Galleria’s new luxury wing proves not all malls are dying.
RICHMOND, Va. — Stony Point Fashion Park has come up with a creative way to encourage entrepreneurship. The mall recently released applications for its Battle of the Pop Up competition which gives entrepreneurs and business owners the opportunity to submit their own innovative products, concepts or business strategies for a chance to win free in-line … More ‘Battle of the Pop-up’ prize is free retail space at Stony Point
Online retailer The Flex Company, which makes a disc-shaped tampon alternative, is opening its first pop-up store on Thursday on Wooster Street in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. There, visitors can purchase Flex products and learn more about the history of menstrual products. Lauren Schulte, the company’s co-founder and CEO, hopes the pop-up store can … More No longer a one-off: How pop-ups became part of retailers’ core strategy
We continue to be surprised and inspired by new iterations of the concept store. Whilst a well-worn term, retailers worldwide are constantly rethinking the format. There are five storey department stores with ‘secret’ stockrooms for those in-the-know. There are gallery-stores that refresh with the seasons. Flower shops operate under the guise of a cafe. For … More 50 Best Concept Stores Worldwide – 2017
Experts Say These Were The Hottest Topics Discussed At ICSC RECon. More than 37,000 players in the retail and commercial real estate industry converged on Las Vegas from all over the country for ICSC RECon 2017, the biggest retail event of the year. Drinks were had. Deals were made. And the inner workings of the retail industry were discussed … More The Hottest Retail Topics Discussed At ICSC RECon 2017
Retailers and shopping-center owners are gathering in Las Vegas this week prepared to send a message: The demise of the American mall has been greatly exaggerated. Or, in the language of the moment, it’s fake news — mostly. It’s a hard story to sell. Store closures are accelerating, stocks are sinking and investors are speculating … More Shopping Mall Executives Say the Future Isn’t So Gloomy
Short term leasing is today an integral part of the shopping center landscape across North America. Specialty Leasing is growing, becoming more sophisticated and some interesting trends are emerging in this dynamic market place. Here’s the backdrop to this phenomenon: Landlords are under mounting pressure to introduce products and services that cannot be accessed on … More Specialty Leasing – the BIG opportunity for Shopping Centers