Grocery-anchored shopping centers remain the preferred asset type among institutional real estate investors, even as other types of retail are gaining in popularity. The challenge for the buyers is that few class-A grocery-anchored properties are being offered for sale, brokers say.
When retail assets began trading hands immediately after the recession, grocery-anchored shopping centers were favored because of their reliance on necessity shopping and their stron
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