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Upscale retailers like Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom are cutting back on service and inventory - driving down their own in-store sales figures. I think this is a short-sighted strategy that will backfire.
We're pleased to announce that Business Broker Paul Habba has joined our team of experienced commercial real estate and business brokerage specialists
We're pleased to announce that Business Broker Joe Barbera has joined our team of experienced commercial real estate and business brokerage specialists.
Armen Nazarian has joined the Locations Commercial Real Estate Services' business brokerage team. Armen is a business brokerage specialist with 10 years of experience, and he has consistently been one of the top producing agents in the State of Michigan.
Whether you are representing the buyer or the seller, fifteen minutes of simple research can give you and your client peace of mind during the sale process, and avoid potentially deal-breaking surprises.
The grand opening of a new Save-A-Lot in Hazel Park drew a crowd today. Consumers are anxious to check out the newest Michigan location of this popular discount grocery chain.
What's ahead for CRE? Which sectors will gain and which will struggle.
New Associate, Nadir Jiddou brings experience, expertise and energy! If you are looking to sell or buy a business (with or without property) Nadir will guide you through the process and help you achieve your goals.
Michigan is set to lead the field in the development and implementation of driverless car technology. New legislation gives Michigan the broadest set of regulations in the country for autonomous vehicles!
Locations Commercial Real Estate Services negotiated the sale of a 10-tenant center on Highland Rd., Highland Michigan.
Consumers demand faster order fulfillment and more delivery options. Retailers, with Amazon leading the pack, are responding with innovative new solutions. Now your washer can order detergent for you!
With plans in the works for a new soccer stadium and the Detroit Piston's potential move downtown, Detroit's economy could be looking at another big boost.
This year more merchants are jumping the gun and offering Black Friday discounts – some beginning a month early! Black Friday turned gray when retailers started opening on Thanksgiving Day. Even, “Cyber Monday” is starting to last a week. For many reasons, there's no official start date for the holiday shopping season anymore.
Detroit's fashion industry continues to grow as a "one-stop shop for emerging designers" opens in Hamtramck this month.
It’s the biggest shopping holiday in the world, dwarfing our combined Black Friday/Cyber Monday annual spending extravaganza - and you’ve probably never heard of it.
Oakland County, Michigan welcomes a new 26,545 square-foot venue known as "The H.U.B." Set to open in November, 2016, the H.U.B. will feature 16 fowling courts (a cross between football and bowling) plus a fast-casual restaurant, bars, private rooms and outdoor seating.
Stein Mart continues expansion in Michigan with two new locations opening in October, 2016.
Times have changed and so has the toolbox for success. Here are some ways to refresh your mindset and reach your goals.
Food trucks are rolling in to meet consumer demand for diverse dining options. This rapidly growing segment of the restaurant industry is finding new niche markets as part of the changing retail landscape.
Retailers are closing more and more stores. Are they working against themselves by encouraging online ordering while cutting back on stock and service in their brick and mortar locations?
We're now spending more money in restaurants than at the grocery store. Landlords are counting on restaurant tenants to increase customer traffic and revenue.
As brick and mortar retailers fight to stay relevant, we're seeing a surge in creativity that benefits both retailers and consumers.
Stein Mart has announced that they will open two new stores in Michigan in October of 2016.
With small businesses creating new energy and job opportunities, it is inevitable that they will have a major impact on building the economy in the city of Detroit and the surrounding suburban areas.
Stein Mart, opens their first location in the Metro Detroit area on November 12th, 2015 with a Grand Opening ceremony and gift card drawing. The new 32,000 square foot store is located in the redeveloped Winchester Center in Rochester Hills.
It's time to start building your dreams and exploring pathways to independence. A franchise just might be the answer.