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The Mercury News

St. Patrick Way – Dublin BART station area will get big residential complex

A transit-oriented residential and commercial complex is being planned in Dublin near the city’s BART station and future downtown, offering a fresh indicator of development interest near the Bay Area’s rail hubs.
Builder

R+D Studio Reveals Multigen Housing Ensemble

For the first time in over a century, living with parents has surpassed other living arrangements for young adults aged 18 to 34. The traditional makeup of the multigenerational home is changing; adult children are moving back in with their parents
GlobeSt

Institutional Buyers Hit Pause On Dollar Stores

Dollar stores proliferated across the US as the economy sank into a recession, but instead of tapering off, demand for the sector’s cheap goods increased after a recovery took hold.
Commercial Property Executive

Dollar Stores See Rising Cap Rates

The latest report from The Boulder Group attributes rising cap rates in part to a drop in the average remaining lease term at some stores. Meanwhile, institutional investors continue
REJournals

REJournals’ Net Lease Summit: More than 180 look to the future of this sector

More than 180 of commercial real estate’s busiest professionals from around the country gathered at the University Club of Chicago July 26 for REJournals’ and Midwest Real Estate News’ Fourth Annual Net Lease Summit.
ICSC International Council of Shopping Centers

Amazon’s drug bet puts spotlight on conventional pharmacies

In a panic over Amazon.com’s plan to buy upstart online pharmacy PillPack, shareholders drove down the aggregate market value of CVS Health, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid in late June by about $11 billion.
National Real Estate Investor

The Net Lease Retail Market Is Showing a Shift, with Higher Cap Rates and...

The average retail cap rate for net lease properties during the second quarter of 2018 reached 6.2 percent, an increase of 10 basis points from first quarter, according to Second Quarter National Net Lease Report from the Boulder Group, a national net lease commercial real estate.
MBA

Single-Tenant Net Lease Cap Rates Diverge

Single-tenant net lease property cap rate changes varied significantly by sector in the second quarter, new reports said. Retail sector single-tenant net lease cap rates increased 10 basis points during the quarter, representing the sector's largest cap rate
Star Tribune

Realtors in West St. Paul, Bloomington top charts

An annual survey by Real Trends, a Denver-based real estate research company that ranks the top agents and teams across the country, found several Minnesota real estate agents
GlobeSt

More Net Lease Properties Hitting The Market

The change in net lease property cap rates during the second quarter showed mixed results, with retail cap rates experiencing their greatest quarterly increase since 2011, while office and industrial rates compressed.
Commercial Property Executive

Net Lease Market Strikes Equilibrium

Cap rates for the single-tenant net lease retail sector rose by 10 basis points in the second quarter of 2018, representing the largest such increase since the second quarter of 2011. Cap rates compressed for the office and industrial sector by 5 and 25 basis points, respectively.
Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Bouquet Junction lot called a ‘rare development opportunity’

The hottest spot of local real estate, at the Santa Clarita Valley’s busiest intersection, went on the market Wednesday in a rare listing of more than 12 acres for mixed residential and commercial use in the heart of the city where a Kmart once stood.
The Washington Post

Meet a record-setting real estate agent

Real estate agents are known for rewarding each other with “top producer” recognition and awards for achieving milestones. But there’s only one real estate agent who has been named “Number One” in the world by Guinness World Records: Ben Caballero, an agent based in Addison, Tex.
GlobeSt

How Box Retail Is Adapting To The Amazon Effect

Landlords are backfilling vacant big-box spaces with multiple discount retailers, while Amazon explores growth in brick and mortar to complement their digital presence, says Hanley Investment Group’s Bill Asher.
Shopping Center Business

Retail Owners, Investors Work Hard to ‘Fit’ In

There was a time not too long ago when gyms and exercise studios were less than welcome at many of the nation’s premier retail destinations. My, how the times have changed. While parking, exclusive-use clauses and co-tenancy can still be tricky
GlobeSt

Car Washes Are Outshining Their Net Lease Competitors

Interest in the property type is gaining, and for good reason, says Jeff Lefko of Hanley Investment Group. Investor demand for service-based, internet-resistant retail has created a new class of net lease investments: car washes.
GlobeSt

Casual Dining Making Millennial-Focused Adjustments

Millennials have disrupted the office sector with their preferences for open collaborative environments, but they are also disrupting the world of restaurants with their preferences
GlobeSt

Winning The Lottery Against Amazon Takeover

The threat of digital obsolescence has left the convenience store category untouched and investors should take note, says Hanley Investment Group’s Jeremy McChesney. What retailer sells the most USA Today newspapers, cold single-serve beer
Commercial Property Executive

Net Lease Bank Investors Turn Selective

Cap rates for the single-tenant bank ground-lease sector increased by 21 basis points (bps) to 4.84 percent in the first quarter of 2018, compared to one year ago. At the same time, the supply of bank
ICSC International Council of Shopping Centers

Supply of top-quality net-lease properties tightening

Investors are still clamoring for newly built, freestanding retail properties with long-term leases to national credit tenants, but the supply of such assets tightened in the first quarter, according