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RSK: I didn`t see any WI’s stores on the list but I may have missed one. Seems like Kohl`s is closing stores that are located in Malls...
Ken Notes: I can offer a little insight here, most of the retailers I have talked to have said they want to be come a destination not part of a mix. Their research suggests, if you drive to a stand alone store you are far more likely to make multiple purchases...
From Walmart to DTC upstarts like Burrow, retail executives shared
their perspectives on what`s essential for the next generation of
The future of stores — the ones that will still exist — will be
highly experiential. They`ll engage the customer`s senses, cater to
convenience and let customers shop on their own terms. At least that`s
the message coming out of Future Stores, the Miami-based retail
conference that took place last week.
Executives focusing on store design, real estate, technology and
employee education programs convened to talk about what the future of
stores will mean for them, their employees and, of course, customers.
Here are some of the most illuminating quotes from the conference and
what you can expect from leaders in brick-and-mortar experiences in the
RSK: Some interesting thought processes going on here. Retail is still morphing.
Ken Notes: Six opinions from retail leaders and everyone is basically suggesting it is about the experience -- not the product -- not the price -- not the brand. Ralph and I have suggested this for some time now, as a developer you need to talk to your tenants to see if you can work with them to create that destination experience especially if they have a product that is also available on Amazon...
Last year I started making annual retail predictions--some more provocative than others. For a first-timer I must say I think I did pretty well. Undaunted, I`m now back with my 2019 list of (mostly) bold predictions. Here goes...
The collapse of the middle continues apace.
The stores strike back.
Isn`t ironic? For DNVB`s now it`s mostly about brick & mortar.
Better is still not the same as good for Macy`s, et al.
It`s do or die time for JC Penney.
An Amazon and Walmart showdown.
The emerging BOPIS crunch.
Stores as theater.
Micro-markets start to shine.
Wayfair crashes back to earth.
Voice shopping remains a yawn (for now).
Better metrics start to emerge, albeit too slowly....
RSK: Some right predictions but a few are probably not going to happen to the degree he is predicting.
Ken Notes: I would add from my recent speeches, "Retail will shift from location, location, location to destination, destination, destination. Shoppers now need a compelling reason to leave their homes...
For many of the products listed on its site, Amazon acts as a
go-between for merchants of consumer goods and shipping companies that
take those goods to consumers` doors. Though its entries into the seller
arena have grabbed headlines, it has increased the use of its own services in shipping and relied less exclusively on partners such as FedEx, UPS and the United States Postal Service, according to CNBC...
Colliers | Wisconsin is pleased to present our annual year end office report for metro Milwaukee. Throughout 2018, local real estate fundamentals remained strong. Not only did vacancy and absorption continue on their positive trajectory, but multiple assets hit the sale block and garnered national attention. Moving into 2019, a few large blocks of space will come online, and additional assets are expected to hit the sale block.
Within this report you will find not only the highlights from the year, but also insight into the various office parks around the metro area.
In the U.S., a mere 3 percent of grocery spending takes place online today.
new study by Bain & Co. in collaboration with Google finds shoppers
are still reluctant to try delivery services and often don`t stick with
But the firm predicts grocery delivery will ultimately take off as companies continue to invest in it.
You might think that just about everybody is buying groceries online today, as retailers like Walmart, Kroger and Amazon
race to perfect their delivery services and tout their abilities to get
food to shoppers` homes in under an hour. But that`s not exactly the
Grocery shoppers are still concerned they`re being charged higher
prices online and complain about delivery drivers being late, among
RSK: Every time I go to Hy-Vee there are boxes and bags of groceries lined up for delivery so they may not be suffering the same as others.
Ken Notes: like all new tech there will be a learning curve as consumers decide how they want to shop. Remember many people do not know exactly what they want when they shop, thus the store provides the experience (visual selection) they want. It is about this experience and stores and online retailers that provide great ones will thrive.
RSK: If he is nervous then something is about to happen. Mall`s may have to get out of the Big Box Dept. Store mode and go with more specialty and local venues. Also how about Food Carts and Farmers Markets, entertainment and apartments.? Seems everyone wants one of those.
The number of married couples living with roommates has doubled since 1995, new report finds
Sometimes, multiple roommates. Just ask Kelsey Riley Dixon. The 29-year-old business owner
and her husband, a semi-pro kayaker, share a four-bedroom home with
three male roommates “to reduce costs in the very expensive city of
Seattle,” she says. “It allows us to have a home in a really expensive
city with a deck, a backyard, a basement — and we are able to pay half
the rate that we would living on our own.”...
Millions of senior citizens are staying in their homes longer than
their predecessors in earlier generations, keeping homes off the market
and making it more difficult for younger Americans to break into
According to an analysis from economists at Freddie Mac, 1.1 million
homes have been “held off the market” by owners born between 1931 and
1941, and another 300,000 by those born between 1942 and 1947.
Another 250,000 homes are still being occupied by their baby boomer
owners – those born between 1948 and 1958 – although most analysts
believe there’s a big wave of boomer retirements ahead that may change
the aging-in-place dynamic quantified so far...
RSK: One reason being we are much healthier and wealthier today than ever before. This allows people to stay in their homes longer by just making a few modifications and hiring out yard work, cleaning, repairs etc.
Ken Notes: I would add that we are not building the inventory boomers want. We need amenities, flexibility, walkability, events, food, entertainment... As a boomer let me tell you I am not moving into anything that looks even remotely like a "home"...
Over the last two years, flexible workspace has accounted for nearly 30
percent of new space leased in the U.S. From startups to Fortune 500
companies, occupiers of all sizes are drawn to shared and short-term
office spaces for their flexible concepts, amenities and sense of
community. But the options can be dizzying. Today, there are an
estimated 7,600 flexible space operators worldwide.... ...more
RSK: This is very cool and interesting. Take a watch as the view and tour all flexible space providers...
Worried that the relatively rosy economic times may soon be over? You’re not alone.
A recent survey from Duke University
found that half of U.S. CEOs surveyed expect a recession to kick in by
the end of this year, and even more — 82 percent — are sure a slump will
hit by the end of 2020. If they’re right, we could all be in for some
belt-tightening in the not-so-far-off future....
U.S. mall owner Simon is about to open more than 100 shops selling products infused with CBD.
It`s partnering with Ohio-based cannabis firm Green Growth Brands.
Department store chain Barney`s is also opening a cannabis shop in its Beverly Hills location.
The biggest mall owner in the country is about to open more than 100
shops selling products infused with CBD, short for cannabidiol.
Simon Property Group on Monday said it was partnering with Ohio-based marijuana company Green Growth Brands
to open 108 locations selling CBD products this year at Simon`s U.S.
malls, which include Roosevelt Field Mall in New York and The Galleria
RSK: You are going to see more and more of this. It is like having a coffee shop in every strip mall or a gym or yoga studio. It will become a matter of convenience. Already one each near East & West Tone but not in the mall itself.
Ken Notes: As developers we need to be at the table here because this retail market can be upscale facilities or any space will do... We need to push for medical like facilities with quality retail space. There is a lot written about this! Google -- retail space for medical marijuana...
The government shutdown, now the longest in U.S. history, has some
office owners worried their federal tenants might not make the next rent
payment on time, potentially hurting their bottom line and
creating lasting damage to the idea that the government is a stable
The General Services Administration, which makes the government`s
rent payments in arrears after the end of the month, has yet to give
landlords a definitive answer on whether they will be able to pay
January`s rent amid the government`s funding lapse. The GSA put a message on its website to landlords Jan. 11 seeking to address concerns it has heard...
In recent years, new and evolvingtechnologieshaveimpacted the way nearly every industry operates. This is especially true ofrealestate, where tech has revolutionized everything from property listing databases to signing contracts.
The members of ForbesRealEstateCouncilhaveseen a lot ofdisruptivecommercialrealestatesolutions emerge during their careers, and many of themhaveleveraged these new products and methods to improve theirbusiness. Below, members discuss some of thetechnologiesthathavehelped them get ahead.
Madison Lifestyle Office Portfolio comprises 16 Class A properties totaling over 1.7 million square feet of leasable area and an additional 8.3 acres of development land. The portfolio is located on the west side of Madison, Wisconsin.
The real-estate market still only has enough supply for half the
population. We’re still seeing high divorce rates, so people need more
places to live. And households are still being created faster than the
housing supply. All that combined means higher rents and that trend
looks likely to continue for a long time.
In fact, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association,
rising rates on 30-year mortgages — now firmly above 5% and on track to
reach 5.8% by the end of the year — will help to drive rents higher in
the coming year as more people get priced out of home buying by these
higher interest rates. According to an analysis by Zillow, rent growth
will pick up in 2019 as the Federal Reserve continues to raise rates...
WASHINGTON (January 22, 2019) – Late last week, the Treasury
Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued final regulations
regarding the new 20 percent deduction on qualified business income. As
Americans begin preparations for the 2018 tax filing season, real estate
professionals have been uncertain about the true impact of the 2017 Tax
Cuts and Jobs Act on their respective businesses. Friday’s ruling from
Treasury and the IRS, however, signaled a significant victory for the
real estate industry and for many of the National Association of
Realtors®’ 1.3 million members.
“Friday’s ruling is a result of several months of advocacy and collaboration between NAR, our members, and the administration,”... ...more
RSK: Timely for this year`s income taxes and for next years planning.
As I am out and about on the #CRE planet I get to meet some
fascinating people. A few weeks back I was invited to have lunch with
Kase Abusharkh, and we struck up a conversation about all things #CRE. I
suggested we do some Q&A together and what follows is just a small
sample of that conversation.
1. Let’s start with you and your companies background...
Class A office space available for lease with a prime central
location on Rimrock Rd, just minutes away from the Beltline Highway,
downtown Madison, and the Interstate System.
This exceptional office building offers modern architecture with an
abundance of natural light and ample surface parking. Available suites
provide a mix of open office space, private offices, break and
Retail space now available at Cayuga Court! Major Tenants:
Meriter Health, Hallman/Lindsay Paints, First Choice Dental, Takara 88,
Barriques, Diny’s Jewelers, K-Peppers, Compadres Mexican Restaurant,
Edward Jones, Walker & Dunlop, Shulfer Architects and Little Gym...
Most people wouldn’t think of
“getting to mow the lawn” as a perk. But back in my renter days, I
actually saw lawn care as something special. So when I moved into a
three-story walk-up managed by someone who actually allowed me to do a
little landscaping, I was thrilled. Ms. Wong was a bit of a character,
but she let me cut the grass the way I liked and paint my kitchen
cabinets a dark blue. My apartment felt like a home, not just a unit,
and I wound up staying there for years...
RSK: This not only the case in residential but also commercial tenants as well. The more they have the opportunity to make it feel a bit like their own place, the better tenant and better project it will be.
Ken Notes: A bit of a catch 22, they want to feel they can update but many also like the freedom to not worry about it. A services available menu is an option. We`ll do this you do that, in some areas out west landlords will even care for your pets. of course at 5K / Month for 700 sq ft I`d watch your children....
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a new investment vehicle
intended to stimulate economic growth in distressed communities. Qualified opportunity zones
(QOZs) are pre-selected areas around the United States where investors
can hold capital gains for preferential tax treatment while struggling
communities can benefit from an influx of development and funding.
Millennials are driving fitness, beauty and wellness concepts, many
of which operate on membership models and drive regular shopper traffic.
Neighborhood strip centers are getting a big boost from the booming
“self-care” sector, which focuses on wellness, health, fitness and
Globally, the self-care sector is a whopping $4.7 trillion business,
reports the Global Wellness Institute. The term “self-care” is about
people investing more in their health, says Sara Martin, vice president
of retail brokerage at Welsh Cos./Colliers
International | Minneapolis-St. Paul. That could be physically,
mentally, spiritually or socially.
“Self-care has recently emerged in popular
culture... and the idea has caught on like wildfire in social media and
in the self-help categories,” according to a new report from Colliers International | Minneapolis-St. Paul....
RSK: It used to be a coffee shop and a sub shop...now just about every strip center has a yoga, gym or fitness store...I guess convenience is the major factor. For the landlord, I have to agree that a 10 yr lease will get a better build-out than a 5 yr one.
The department store sector shrank by about 13% in 2018 and is poised to shrink further
Sears Holdings Corp.’s plan to shutter more stores will hurt
struggling lower-tier regional malls most, according to the latest
said it would close more than 260 stores when it filed for bankruptcy in October,
leaving it with about 400 stores if the company moves forward with the
latest bid from Chairman Eddie Lampert’s hedge fund ESL Investments...
4800 American Parkway is a class A office building available for
sale in the American Center Business Park. Formerly the corporate
headquarters of Summit Credit Union, this property is ideally suited for
an owner occupant or investor...
According to JLL`s latest research, Flexing Their Muscles: Markets to Watch in 2019, the U.S. office market is poised to take on significantly more office flex space in the coming year.
world`s top companies recognize there is no one-size-fits-all flexible
approach, just like there`s no one type of worker," said Doug Sharp,
President, JLL Corporate Solutions, Americas. "Flexible space options
allow workers and teams to select the right space to perform work each
day in a location that will help realize their company`s mission and
their own ambitions. This is one of the reasons we see so much runway
for flex space in U.S. office markets - it addresses several core needs
for employers and employees alike."... ...more
RSK: I do not think Madison is anywhere near that number. more like 7% to 10%, but it is growing.
Ken Notes: I have seen some We Work spaces and Madison still does not have this type of product yet. We could use some in downtown for lobbyists, lawyers from other cities, and some non-profits.
How big a New York Red Bulls fan is Harrison, N.J. resident Ryan
Meizinger? He and his brother took an apartment at luxury rental
building Steel Works that’s a five-minute walk away from Red Bull Arena.
Of course, he wouldn’t have been able to do so if stadiums weren’t spawning a lot of ancillary real estate around them...
The Chicago area’s speculative industrial development boom keeps
surging. Developers have 19.5M SF under construction, according to new
research from Avison Young.
That is a 59% year-over-year increase, and shows just how bullish
many developers are on the Chicago region. The robust demand is also
beginning to push developers to take risks in new submarkets.
“Many submarkets that are closer to the city have little to no space
available for new buildings, so we’re continuing to see speculative
development moving to outlying submarkets such as Southern Wisconsin,”
Avison Young principal Chris Lydon said...
This well maintained office property offers a great opportunity
for an owner occupant desiring visibility along busy East Washington
Avenue. Private parking behind the building and an additional 2,250sf of
basement space make this building a unique find in such a prime
discount retailer Payless ShoeSource Inc plans to close all of its
approximately 2,300 stores when it files for bankruptcy later this month
for the second time in as many years, people familiar with the matter
said on Thursday.
People often wonder when the concept of shared space really began.
For me, it began in 1987 when our director of sales told our salespeople
they were closing all branch offices and sending us home with a
personal computer, 2,400 baud modem and a link to corporate – where our
assistant would be shared among four of us. To say we were outraged
would be an understatement. We lost our office, personal assistant and
of course, our three-hour commute.
During this period, we also saw major corporations such as IBM and
Deloitte trying to figure out what this new form of mobility – enabled
by personal computers and laptops – meant to their workplace strategies.
They began to experiment in major office complexes in cities such as
Los Angeles. IBM sent many people home from their office on Hope Street
and Deloitte introduced the concept of a shared desk in their South Bay
office. In 1989, Regus was founded, and a new era of mobile employees
began to reshape how and where we worked....
The idea is simple enough: build public transit from downtown to an
underused part of a city, and developers and commuters should flock
around the stations. A quick commute by train, light rail or bus should
mean new homes, businesses and jobs. However, public transit may not be
the most important factor to making a successful transit-oriented development...
This location along with a wonderfully designed building will give
the next occupant a signature presence. Step through the door and
you`ll be amazed at the amount of natural light and comfortable feeling
this design will provide for your employees, clients or customers.
Quality through and through, could easily be divided. Former bank
retail space will be available in June 2019, in the charming and
popular destination village of Paoli, WI, just minutes from Madison.
A retail art gallery has operated very successfully in the space for
space is located in the historic creamery overlooking the scenic
Sugar River. It features high ceilings, large glass block windows,
ceramic block walls, wheelchair accessibility and off-street parking.
businesses in town include an upscale restaurant, several other
eating establishments, art and craft galleries, a beer garden, an
artisan cheese store and other specialty shops. A well-established
merchant organization plans several town-wide
events each year, attracting sizable crowds and offering live music,
refreshments, art openings and other special activities. Paoli is
also a popular area for cyclers, fishing and boating.
total rental space available is 5170 square feet, including
retail/commercial space, bathroom, and storage. There is an option to
split the space into two sections (820 square feet and 4350 square
feet). Rental rates from $5.38 to $6.22 per square foot. Tenants pay
you have anyone interested please call or text Ralph Kamps at
608-345-2880 for more info...
RSK: I think Vita has hit this subject on the nose. Things run their course and the minute you set something up it starts becoming obsolete. Adaptability is a key factor rather than rushing in. Thinking this might be WeWork`s future problem.
Ken Notes: Of course HD and Menards are in the group of retailers least affected by online retail. When Amazon figures out how to sell and deliver Washer and Dryers it will be a different story. I love this analogy because Sears was the very first to figure this out, then they forgot what their advantage was...
Since then, postal workers have been delivering mail on bikes,
scooters, motorcycles, cars, wheelbarrows, sleds, and other modes of
transportation. Their uniforms have also evolved from full suits with
top hats to casual polo shirts and shorts.
Here are 30 vintage photos of postal workers on the job...
At 5:40 a.m. Central time on Aug. 27, 2017, Renick called
the front desk, telling colleagues she was stuck in the elevator in the
basement, with water rushing in. A surveillance video showed she freed
herself from the elevator, but by that point waters in the basement were
waist deep. Shortly after, the power went out. Flood waters continued
to rise. Her body was found 11 days later in the ceiling tiles....
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Aiming to be a serious player in the growing flexible office industry, a Southern California-based coworking company has its sights set on rivaling WeWork and Regus.
As part of a broader strategy to expand its presence in the Western region, Santa Monica-based Cross Campus, a Lowe-backed boutique flexible office and coworking company, has acquired coworking firm DeskHub...
RSK: I am wondering what differentiates them from other CO Working companies. As he said this market is maturing and there is more and more competition. Maybe our Regus people can chime in on this?
Ken Notes: I know one advantage that Regus offers and that is the staffing they have. When my wife saw clients there (she is a therapist) she appreciated the fact the her client saw a human when they walked in the door. If I were doing Co-working I would partner with a temp service, a University, or the above mentioned retail to have a presence at the gate. Think how happy you are when you hear a voice on the other end of a phone call....
The Old Line State`s flagship university is now home to its first WeWork location, as the coworking giant tests out a campus concept it hopes to bring to more colleges around the country.
WeWork celebrated the grand opening Thursday evening of its University of Maryland location, an 18K SF coworking space on the edge of the College Park
campus. For its first location on a college campus, WeWork
differentiated the space in several ways from its typical offering, and
it is already filling up quickly.....
RSK: Well now we know some of the reasons behind WeWorks success....alcohol and Friday Happy Hour mixers. Will this work at UW Madison? With no alcohol, it is a 50/50 chance.
Ken Notes: it is not about beer it is about ancillary services. I am begging the UW and University Research Park to create co-working space with access to student labor, research and mentoring, and wet lab space...
REIS Network will provide data services and tools from firms including CompStak and Rockport VAL.
Moody’s Analytics has launched its long-planned commercial real
estate data portal, highlighting the company’s push into a space largely
dominated by the CoStar Group.
The financial services giant, which is valued at $31 billion, has
over the past year acquired, invested and partnered with data companies
to provide a centralized portal of commercial real estate transaction
tools. The Real Deallast month reported the company’s plans to build the portal, which would provide access to data from firms including Compstak and Rockport VAL...
It`s the age-old question: What should I wear to work today? And it has been at the forefront of peoples` minds for decades.
Workplace fashion has undergone quite an evolution throughout the past
100 years, starting with dressy looks and succumbing to subtle
casualness by the time the 1950s hit. Women began to rock pants — and
pantsuits — at work in the 1970s, and men started the "business casual"
trend in the `90s.
Our roster of restaurants reads like a who`s who of Madison`s favorite eateries: From Monty`s Blue Plate Diner, to The Avenue Bar, to Steenbock`s on Orchard, each is unique in its atmosphere and menu and each is the best at what it does! ...more
Renters all over the country are choosing smaller units
with bigger rents, all in the name of proximity to bars, restaurants and
cafés, according to a recent study by RentCafé using data by Yardi Matrix.
The average size of an apartment built in 2018 in the U.S. was 941 SF —
5% smaller than an average apartment built a decade prior...
1. Focus on versatile furnishings 2. Get rid of the kitchen sink — and the kitchen 3. Create space for work, study and exercise 4. Lend out the (not-so-small) stuff
RSK: Haha. Wouldn`t you know it? All regions shrunk the size of their apartments from 2008 compared to 2018...except the midwest which became larger. Is it because we are getting larger ourselves or because we share space?
RSK: Madison does not really have an upscale Food Hall...we have food courts at East and West Towne Malls but not a Food Hall. Hilldale has surrounded itself with detached food establishments but one must jaunt outside and they are destinations in their own right. Ken Notes: Milwaukee has several I love The Restaurants at Eleven25 and of course the Milwaukee Public Market!
Tech giant reportedly exploring alternatives, as it has yet to lease or purchase space in the Queens neighborhood
Amazon is considering pulling out of a deal for a new campus in Long
Island City, which is set to bring 25,000 jobs to New York and put the
area’s real estate market into overdrive, but was heavily criticized as a
giveaway to the tech giant because of its billions in tax breaks.
Since Amazon is yet to lease or purchase office space for the
project, it would be able to withdraw, the Washington Post reported,
citing two sources familiar with the company’s thinking....
Cushman & Wakefield offers a deep dive into the
impact of ridesharing, electric vehicles and self-driving cars on the
real estate sector.
From ancient times, transportation has shaped urban areas. One of the
common locations for a city is where a river meets the ocean or the
most-inland navigable point on a major river. Or think of the
car-centric suburbs that flourished after World War II.
The next revolution along these lines is already underway, according to Cushman & Wakefield, which just released Mobility Shifts in Commercial Real Estate: Implications
of Ridesharing, Autonomous Vehicles, Micro-Mobility and Electric
Vehicles, the third part of its Tech Disruptor reports series...
RSK: Again, I loved this course at the UW in my Urbanism & Urbanization courses. (Pre RE School)The last paragraph makes so much sense. One of my pet peeves is the fact that so many people do not know how to park..taking up two spaces or leaving one so small that you wouldn`t be able to exit your vehicle.
According to the 2017 Distressed Communities Index by the Economic
Innovation Group, one in six Americans, approximately 17 percent of the
population, live in economically-distressed communities, and the average
state has 15.2 percent of its population living in these struggling
The new Opportunity Zone (OZ) tax incentive was created as part of
the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to encourage investment in low- to
moderate-income communities across the country through tax benefits,
such as deferring tax on capital gains by making an investment in any of
the designated zones. So far, 8,761 communities covering all 50 states,
including the five U.S. territories, have been designated as
opportunity zones, and they will keep this status for 10 years....
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“What you’re seeing now is the maturation and scale in the sector,
where it is really being viewed as a distinct asset class within the
real estate sphere, similar to multifamily or data centers,” says Gary
Beasley, CEO and co-founder of Roofstock, a marketplace for
single-family investment properties...
Just six months after spending $100 million in cash on Teem, a Salt Lake City-based office management startup, the company has acquired Euclid, a data platform that tracks the identity and behavior of people in the physical world.
isn’t saying what it’s paying for the nine-year-old, Bay Area-based
company, which raised $43.6 million over the years and whose brand will
be put to rest. But the deal is clearly an effort to move WeWork further
away from merely selling memberships to its co-working spaces — a risky
business model in a sour economy — and instead also become a
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