76 total results for "Memphis"
Retail p Tennessee

Marcus & Millichap: Net-leased retail sector soaring in 2017

| Staff Writer

Retail developers today overwhelmingly prefer single-tenant developments. This is especially true in the growing quick-service restaurant, pharmacy and dollar-store segments. That's the key takeaway from Marcus & Millichap's 2017 Net-Leased Retail Research report, which says that increasing optimism from consumers is providing a boon to the…

CRE p Tennessee

Avison Young's Memphis office adds new VP

| Staff Writer

Avison Young has made several additions to its Memphis office, including the addition of commercial industry veteran Greg deWitt. Joining the company as vice president, deWitt specializes in tenant and landlord representation for office and industrial properties.

CRE v Wisconsin

Single-family rental rates growing slowly in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Landlords looking to make the most money by renting out single-family homes shouldn't focus on the Midwest. Just two Midwest cities showed up in HomeUnion's latest list of the 20 U.S. markets in which the monthly rents on single-family homes are growing at the fastest clip.

CRE p Tennessee

Chicago's population on three-year drop

| Dan Rafter

Moving out of Chicago? You're not alone. The Midwest city saw the greatest drop in population of the country's largest metropolitan areas from 2014 to 2015, according to the latest research from ABODO.

Multifamily p Tennessee

Average apartment sizes fall to 10-year low

| Dan Rafter

Developers continue to add modern multifamily units to cities across the Midwest. And these new units? They're getting smaller. According to RENTCafe, the average size of apartment units completed in 2016 has fallen to 934 square feet. That's the smallest average size for new-construction apartment units since 2006, when the average size st…