April 5, 2017

Philadelphia's Growth Can And Should Go Beyond Its Priciest Buildings

Philadelphia's growth as a commercial real estate market over the last decade has been invigorating for business and government leaders, but its concentration in Center City and University City has increased the gap between the haves and have-nots, highlighting for many the progress that still needs to be made.

One of the most frequent questions for developers regarding any major city has been the possibility of preventing Millennials from moving back to the suburbs when they start families. With the amount of multifamily being planned and built in Philadelphia,…

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Everything that has made Philadelphia an exciting market for commercial real estate is concentrated in University City, which makes the neighborhood's future crucial to the health of the city overall.

The namesake academic institutions of the area have produced young and educated workers for centuries now, but in the last decade or so, they have stayed in the city in unprecedented numbers. The change is facilitated by the institutions' increased…

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Even Developers Agree The U.S. Has Way Too Much Retail Space

Retail is in the midst of a seismic shift. As bankruptcies skyrocket and investors adjust, a huge amount of retail real estate has become obsolete.

“There's about a billion square feet of retail space that needs to go away, that needs to be converted, for the market to get healthy,” CoStar director of retail research Suzanne Mulvee said at Bisnow's National Retail Series event in Manhattan Tuesday morning.

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