The Real Deal’s annual National Retail Market Report is coming soon

Coming this May, with ICSC

TRD NEW YORK /
Apr.April 12, 2018 05:00 PM

The Real Deal’s annual insider’s look at what’s unfolding in retail markets across the country will be available in May 2018.

This year’s issue will include:

-A ranking of top retail brokerages
-An analysis of the shifting tenant mix in the biggest malls
-A deep dive into the future of retail REITs
-Comprehensive lists of the biggest retail leases and acquisitions
-Reporting on who the new “Teflon” retail tenants are

The issue will be distributed to all subscribers to our New York, South Florida and Southern California magazines, with bonus distribution in bins and at TRD’s booth at ICSC’s RECon 2018 in Las Vegas.

For advertising opportunities, please contact [email protected] or call 212.260.1332.


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