In Retail Leasing, Advantage is Back in the Landlord’s Court

In Retail Leasing, Advantage is Back in the Landlord’s Court

The era of retail tenants ruling the leasing market appears to have passed, retail real estate brokers say. While retailers in certain product categories and in smaller markets may still be pursuing rent concessions when negotiating lease renewals, in much of the nation negotiating tactics have returned to the status quo.

In addition to the general improvement in leasing fundamentals, the lack of new retail development over the past few years has made existing s

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