As Store Owners Sign More Short-Term Leases, Landlords are Taking a Risky Bet on the Future of Retail
March 5, 2021
Article by: Lauren Thomas
- As retailers’ leases come up for renewal, their duration is increasingly shrinking, as business owners grapple with an unpredictable future.
- Leases on roughly 1.5 billion square feet of retail space in the United States are set to expire this year, according to a tracking by CoStar Group, or about 14% of the retail market.
- Real estate owners including Simon Property Group and Tanger Factory Outlets said they’ve been doing more extremely short-term deals for pop-up shops during the pandemic.
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