21 results for “pop-up store”
Retail Midwest

Retail today: Staying relevant is key

| Matthew Mason

Much has been written and continues to be discussed regarding the changing face of retail. Many of these conversations inevitably include regional malls – largely non-Class-A – across the country struggling to find their footing in the wake of retailer bankruptcies and store closings. Sears is the latest and most prominent example with its …

Multifamily Midwest

NMHC: Developers already planning the apartments of the future

| Dan Rafter

Officials with the National Multifamily Housing Council know that technology is changing everything. The company points at success stories such as Uber. It’s the largest taxi service on the globe, but the company doesn’t own a single vehicle. It looks, too, at Airbnb, a major player in the hospitality industry that doesn’t own a single property.

Retail V Michigan

Retail redefined: What’s next for retailers?

| Andy Gutman

At a time when the retail industry is changing so rapidly, and retail real estate realities are shifting at an unprecedented pace, commercial real estate professionals are striving to set their sights on what comes next. Those who want to remain competitive are working hard to be proactive, and to think both creatively and strategically abo…

CRE P Kansas

Project Downtown still a boon to Wichita

| Staff Writer

“You can’t be a suburb of nothing.” I’m not sure who to attribute that quote to but it was pretty relevant to Downtown Wichita prior to the 2010 adoption of Project Downtown – The Master Plan for Wichita. With the plan serving as the template for downtown revitalization, almost $500 million has been invested in the core area. A total of $1.…

Retail Midwest

Same-day delivery, mobile wallets changing the way retailers reach consumers

| Dan Rafter

Consumers not only want to shop online, they want the dress, shoes or Monopoly game that they order from their computer screens to arrive quickly -- often the same day. More of them are researching laptops, refrigerators and microwave ovens online before making purchases. And when consumers do shop in traditional brick-and-mortar stores? Mo…

Retail W Minnesota

The power of the pop-up store

| Dan Rafter

There was a time when pop-up leases were only signed by Halloween or Christmas retailers, eager to get into a shopping center for a few weeks during their big selling seasons. That's changing, though. Today, a growing number of retailers are signing pop-up leases -- short-term retail leases -- at shopping centers across the country.

CRE N Illinois

Jones Lang LaSalle: Millennials changing commercial real estate

| Dan Rafter

It's not all about the Millennials -- of, if you prefer, Generation Y -- but there's no denying that these young adults are changing the world of commercial real estate. That's the message from Jones Lang LaSalle's U.S. Cross Sector Outlook presented at the Urban Land Institute's fall conference in Chicago.