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Goldman Sachs’ newly originated loan on the retail component of 680 Madison Avenue in New York demonstrates the changing opportunity set for the sector.
The financings come at a time when few lenders have been funding construction loans.
A rendering of Food Art Technology Village in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Hines and Urban Street Development will use the financing for the first phase of a multifamily, office and retail project.
Los Angeles downtown skyscrapers with palm trees and Pershing Square in the foreground with clouds and a blue sky in the background
Cushman & Wakefield is marketing Hawthorne Mall as a potential large-scale redevelopment play with the potential for seller financing.
As the retail apocalypse ends, the office Armageddon begins, says Toby Cobb, co-founder of the national real estate investment trust. 
Street view of Century City in Los Angeles, California.
The firm is launching the deal at a time when segments of the retail sector are showing signs of resilience.
June saw Calvert Impact and PACE Equity launch Cut Carbon Notes, a finance program that is open to both institutional and retail investors.
A rendering of the mixed-use asset planned to be built by Tishman Speyer in Washington, DC
Washington, DC, shopping mall will be redeveloped into mixed-use asset with 320 apartment units.
asset valuation, valuations, funds, 2023
The Starwood-owned portfolio’s appraisal value has risen 35%% since December 2021.
Subdued levels of new retail supply over the past decade means lenders have one eye on the sector – and one eye on a potential recession.

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