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J.C. Penney on Tuesday said it would be closing three locations by this spring, as it continues to evaluate its real estate.
The stalemate in Washington, one of the longest in history, is throwing a wrench into some people's plans to buy houses, according to real estate experts.
Stuart Crow of JLL says investors have been looking to increase their allocations to property, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, because of liquidity in the global real estate market.
There's a new class of retailers to pay attention to in 2019. And some of them could soon be opening up shop in your neighborhood.
Warehouse construction is booming, especially near large cities and transportation hubs. The national vacancy rate is 4.3 percent, the lowest in 20 years, according to CBRE.
The vacancy rate at regional and super regional malls fell to 9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018 from the prior quarter, based on a survey released Thursday by real estate research firm Reis of 77 metropolitan areas across the country.
Sears, Mattress Firm, David's Bridal and more all filed for bankruptcy in 2018.
Sears is expected to close another round of stores early next year, as the bankrupt department store chain now tries to stay afloat via a $4.4 billion bid from its chairman, Eddie Lampert.
Sears plans to close 80 more stores in March, as the bankrupt retailer may be forced to liquidate its business entirely, CNBC has learned.
Gap CEO Art Peck recently said the apparel retailer is considering shuttering hundreds of locations "aggressively" to focus on higher-performing shops.
UBS is forecasting bricks-and-mortar stores can still deliver about 1 percent of sales gains annually, assuming U.S. retail sales overall keep climbing at a rate of about 3 percent.
Hong Kong property prices are falling sharply, but experts say there is no danger of a crash due in part to pent-up demand from mainland Chinese.
Apple had been pointing to expansion efforts for several months, but the company was determined to keep competition and hype out of it.
At the largest retail real estate conference on the East Coast, put on by ICSC, landlords spoke to CNBC about demolishing a Sears store being a cheaper and faster option than back-filling the existing structure.
British toy retailer Hamleys is close to finalizing a deal where it would secure roughly 30,000 square feet at 2 Herald Square, near Macy's and Victoria's Secret, a person familiar with those negotiations tells CNBC.
Even with Sears and Bon-Ton filing for bankruptcy protection this year, and shutting hundreds of locations, department stores still account for more than 350 million square feet of mall space across the United States.