Tag Archives: Retail

What’s in a Name? 

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October 25, 2016

By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research, JLL

The retail sector in San Francisco seems headed to yet another level.  The availability of retail space in Union Square – San Francisco’s premier shopping district – is at an all time low and rents have been headed northward at a rapid rate over the last three years.  Last week, one of the Square’s longest-running retail tenants announced it would be… Read More

Let’s Go Shopping – Father’s Day

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June 16, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

With Father’s Day just days away, we know that sometimes Dad needs a little help upgrading his look and achieving that #DadBod. Join the #LetsGoShopping campaign and see how you can help dad find what he’s looking for this Father’s Day.

While online shopping has gained popularity over the years, close to 94% of people still shop in brick and mortar retail stores. To… Read More

“In Line” Shopping Still Beats Online, Despite Cyber Monday Hype 

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December 14, 2015

By: Amber Schiada, VP & Director of Research, JLL

’Tis the season for media reports predicting the end of brick and mortar retail stores.

Some reports regarding recent Black Friday sales estimates have attempted to explain a drop in estimated total bricks-and-mortar sales as evidence of a wholesale move of shoppers from physical to online stores. Such conclusions are hasty and erroneous. The truth is much more nuanced, and represents a… Read More