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news, and trends from the Coldwell Banker Commercial brand.

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Apr 12, 2021

CBC Chatter

On April 6th, 2021, CBC Chatter launched as a virtual series focused on discussing the hottest and most relevant industry topics and trends.

Apr 2, 2021

3 Keys to Attracting Apartment Dwellers Post-Pandemic

Those that fled congested cities during the COVID-19 lockdowns are beginning to find their way back to luxury multifamily buildings. GDP forecasts indicate apartment occupancy rates will return to 2019 levels by the end of the year. Now, however, many people’s criteria for apartment living looks different in a post-pandemic world. 

Apr 28, 2020

Managing Real Estate Expenses in the Coronavirus Economy

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Feb 13, 2020

Increasing Diversity and Representation in Brokerage Ownership

I strongly believe that one of the best things we can do to increase business ownership in underrepresented communities is to increase access to and understanding of programs and information related to buying and owning a business. As an industry, that means increasing diversity and representation among brokerage owners.

Dec 19, 2019

You Can’t Ignore In-Store

The retail go-to-market approach continues to evolve. We frequently read about retailers growing, contracting or re-inventing their multichannel sales approach. While the second industrial revolution lasted from 1850 to 1914, it seems the current retail revolution is happening at lightning speed.

Aug 28, 2019

Rails to Trails: Summer Fun and Community Development Engine

The following article features contributions from Virginia Wilson (affiliated with Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine) and Dan Stiebel (affiliated with Coldwell Banker Commercial Schmidt)

Jun 20, 2019

Micro-Breweries Quench a Thirst Across the U.S.

The following post is from Managing Director of Coldwell Banker Commercial, Daniel Spiegel

Apr 22, 2019

Magnificent Mile to Main Street – The Transformation of Retail

Everyone’s heard the buzz about the death of traditional brick and mortar and the rise of experiential retail. U.S. retail vacancies were at 10.2% at the end of 2018, a marginal increase from 10.0% a year earlier, according to a report from Reis. Current market trends have challenged retail owners and investors with vacancies in retail spaces from areas like Magnificent Mile and Fifth Avenue as well as on Main Street.

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