Beginning at 7 a.m. today, the Toledo area will have another player vying for a slice of the grocery market financial pie.
Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, a suburban Chicago-based specialty supermarket chain that focuses on healthy produce, meats, and other items at affordable prices, premieres officially on Monroe Street in Sylvania Township with the aim of becoming more than a niche player.
“I think we can definitely become a destination store for a lot of people,” said Dustin Drouillard, a former Toledoan who returned to his hometown to manage Fresh Thyme’s first northwest Ohio store.
U.S. brick-and-mortar retailers have been shuttering hundreds of stores, a trend highlighted by last month’s announcement that Englewood, Colorado–based Sports Authority will close all of its 460 locations. Despite the carnage, investors who own retail space are faring better than would appear at first glance…
One in four retailers worldwide surveyed for a March 2016 CBRE report plan to open six to 10 new stores in 2016. Another 23% say they plan to open 11 to 20 stores this year…
The retail sector is rebounding, albeit slowly. At the same time, it is in the midst of a metamorphosis brought on by the increasing use of omni-channel retailing and new store concepts.
At a time when a lot of chains are closing underperforming stores, there are five sectors where the industry will
WHITEHOUSE, Ohio, Jan. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Devonshire REIT, Inc., a private real estate investment trust, announced today its recognition by Real Estate Forum magazine as one of the fastest growing commercial real estate companies in the United States.Nominees were chosen from a nationwide pool of entrants… Read More
With Development Largely Restricted to Outlet Centers and Mixed-Use Infill Projects in CBDs, Many Retailers Left With Fewer Viable Options to Expand
According to a new report, CRE is doing just fine in the wake of a chaotic August market.
University of Denver’s Glenn Mueller says real estate cycle past recovery phase.