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Recommended Reading: The 3 Best CRE Articles of the Week

Every week, VTS scours the web to find the most insightful, valuable articles in CRE across the office, retail, and industrial sectors. Here’s what we have for you this week.

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3 Things CRE Professionals are Thankful for this Year

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and while this year hasn’t exactly been a cakewalk for commercial real estate, the industry has a lot to be thankful for. Across office, retail, and industrial, there’s plenty of good news to go around.

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Recommended Reading: The 3 Best CRE Articles of the Week

Every week, VTS scours the web to find the most insightful, valuable articles in CRE across the office, retail, and industrial sectors. Here’s what we have for you this week.

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Street Fairs Let Retailers Test Market Before Renting Expensive Storefront

In Manhattan, real estate easily runs retailers three figures a square foot. It’s no wonder many up-and-coming merchants are ditching the brick-and-mortar model and finding alternatives route to keep expenses down. One such alternative is street fairs.

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Recommended Reading: The 3 Best CRE Articles of the Week

Every week, VTS scours the web to find the most insightful, valuable articles in CRE across the office, retail, and industrial sectors. Here’s what we have for you this week.

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Which Types of Retailers Are Opening New Stores?

Beauty retailer Ulta is making retail real estate landlords happy right now.

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5 Ways The Internet Of Things Will Make Retail Smarter

Up until now, technology has largely been considered retail’s enemy, as e-commerce companies like Amazon have taken a massive chunk of the market. But today, there is reason to believe technology could also be brick-and-mortar’s saving grace.

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Recommended Reading: The 3 Best CRE Articles of the Week

Every week, VTS scours the web to find the most insightful, valuable articles in CRE across the office, retail, and industrial sectors. Here’s what we have for you this week.

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3 Ways Developers Are Making Food A Key Part of Retail Projects

The real estate industry appears to have a growing appetite for food-based concepts. Restaurants, rooftop gardens, and urban farms are just some of the tenants becoming favored building amenities and even key project anchors.

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Changing Suburbs: Why Main Street Is Looking More Like 5th Avenue

The conventional wisdom tells us that cities have been growing rapidly of late, enticing residents with access to “live-work-play” amenities. After all, everything from the best jobs to the trendiest restaurants seems to be in the city. People have been drawn to that beehive of activity, along with the added bonus of trading long commutes for walkable neighborhoods and proximity to public transportation.

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