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Report | Retail Investment Outlook - Q1 2016


With increased asking rents and heightened investor sensitivity to pricing, retail investment is diversifying into secondary markets.

Though retail had a slow first-quarter, it is likely to pick up throughout 2016. 

Secondary markets are experiencing increased growth in retail volumes, while oversaturated primary markets see a decline. 

With an increase in asking rents and historic low cap rates, New York retail investment activity lags in the first quarter. 

High asking rents and shifts in luxury shopping patterns drive investments from urban retail assets in primary to secondary markets. 

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