Commercial Real Estate News for Friday, October 21

The weekend is here! But first, your daily commercial real estate news and updates.

Retail Industry Has Modest Expectations for Black Friday 2016

Retailers are keeping expectations low for Black Friday 2016. Malls are experimenting with a number of different experiences they hope will draw in shoppers and families for the holidays.

U.S. Mall Investors Set to Lose Billions as Retail Gloom Deepens

The massive shift to online shopping that has crushed retail sales over the last decade is about to punish investors who put money into malls. Many loans that went into financing mall construction are set to refinance next year – causing a headache for investors of the struggling retail emporiums.

Low-rise? Mid-rise? Mixed-use? Your Guide to Jargon in a City of Cranes

Struggling to keep up with the ever-changing lingo of commercial real estate? Here’s a handy list to help investors, brokers and more stay current.

Commercial Real Estate Report Shines a Light on Downtown Louisville

Despite a small upcoming spike in vacancy rates, downtown Louisville is poised for a positive future. Well-researched investors continue to pour money into recreational buildings and hotels.

Berkshire Group Backs Boston Commercial Real Estate Developer Leggat McCall

The Berkshire Group has invested an undisclosed amount into commercial real estate developer Leggat McCall. “We believe that Greater Boston will continue to be an attractive market for real estate investment given its position as a world leader in higher education, healthcare, life sciences and high tech,” a spokesman for the Berkshire Group said.

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