Retail

Elftman, O’Hanlon and Johnson of Marcus & Millichap arranges $3.725 million sale of 14,435 s/f Dollar Tree-anchored strip center

Salem, NH Marcus & Millichap completed the sale of a Dollar Tree-anchored strip center, a 14,435 s/f retail property, according to Tim T...

Wright of Colliers International finalizes four leases totaling 6,226 s/f

Manchester, NH Bryan Wright and Chris Janelle, both of Colliers International, a global leader in commercial real estate services, represent...

Wilder promotes Burke, Feinberg, Tetreault, Quigley and Joyce

Boston, MA Wilder, the national retail real estate development, management and leasing firm, has promoted the following employees: &...

O’Brien of O’Brien Commercial Properties negotiates $1.2 million sale and leases 15,000 s/f

Stow, MA Eric O’Brien, president of O’Brien Commercial Properties negotiated the recent sale of 108-118 Great Rd. for sellers, 108 Great Road Properties LLC and 118 Great Road Properties LLC

DiGuiseppe of Realty Partners NE sells 9,000 s/f for $1.75 million - New owner to convert the space into an authentic Mexican restaurant and bar

Salem, MA Chris DiGuiseppe of Realty Partners NE (RPN) sold the business and real estate at 300 Derby St. for $1.75 million. The 9,000 s/f b...

MarketPlace Logan to open more local and national brands

Boston, MA According to MarketPlace Logan, an affiliate of Boston-based New England Development and the developer and manager of t...

Angel Commercial brokers $500,000 sale and signs two leases totaling 4,393 s/f

Fairfield, CT Southport-based commercial real estate firm, Angel Commercial, LLC, has completed the following retail transactions. &...

Defeasance activity 2018 and beyond: Steady as she goes into a sea of change - by John Felter

The final numbers are in for 2018; defeasance activities were up 11.9% from 2017 totals of 742, compared to 663 transacted in 2017.  For the past several years borrowers have been moving to exit real estate debt in order to cut down on interest rate expense, as well as take advantage of other opportunities in the market.

2019 looks to be another strong year for retail property performance - by David De Lise

Although the demise of retail properties has been greatly amplified by media outlets for several years, there is strong optimism from those in the industry that the retail sector will continue to perform very well in 2019 and beyond.

Facebook in fine print – What you really agreed to - by Diana Perry

Just yesterday someone asked me for a social media update and was particularly concerned with Facebook’s policy and privacy. Since I had never truly dug into the fine print of it all, I took it upon myself to read the 12-page privacy document that the majority of us scroll to the bottom of awaiting the agree button. Below is a summary of the latest Facebook policy summarized with what you really need to know and what you agreed to by default.