How Retail Real Estate Continues To Change

by MR Magazine Staff

The changes in consumer shopping behavior continue to create upheaval in the business of retail real estate. As certain kinds of space become less valuable or obsolete, the arrangements that landlords and tenants make has had to adapt. I recently sat down with four partners from Goulston & Storrs, a law firm with one of the largest retail real estate practices in the United States, and asked them what they’re seeing in the market right now. All of the partners I spoke with (Nancy Davids, Matt Epstein, Karen O’Malley and David Rabinowitz) have decades of experience in retail real estate deals all over the U.S. Read more at Forbes.