As we hit the mid-year mark, 2018 looks to be on solid economic footing and, in fact, 2019 could be even stronger. But the outlook past then shows risks increasing.
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Job growth is happening in both the CBDs and the suburbs. But educated adults are increasingly city dwellers. What that means for companies seeking talent, and the investors who buy the buildings in which they work…
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before… or don’t, if you’re interested in reading about the push-and-pull of good and bad news on the economy. Unemployment continues to fall, wages are still going up, and trade tensions continue to escalate. All of which makes for a very mixed bag for commercial real estate.
Hear ye, hear ye—retail is not dead! Consumers pushed retail spending up in March and are expected to continue pulling out the pocketbooks through the second and third quarters of this year. Good news for the retail sector but commercial real estate overall should prepare for rising cap rates.
Jean-Pierre "JP" Lacroix of Shikatani Lacroix Design shows how technology has blurred the lines between the physical and digital world, both in the store and in the retail design process.
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Ryan Severino heads the economics team and moonlights as an adjunct professor at Columbia University and NYU. Also a fitness addict, he and his wife are raising two daughters who are already Star Wars super fans.
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