Date: Wednesday, February 13th, 2019
Time: 05:00 PM
Join us for a cocktail party/meeting to celebrate the 2018 Deal of the Year Awards at The Madison Club, 5 East Wilson St., Madison. Everyone is welcome to arrive at 5:00 p.m. with the awards ceremony beginning at 6:00 p.m. Be sure to attend!
If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Sullivan at 608/772-0060 or email@example.com
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In its annual 10-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Amazon added transportation and logistics companies to its list of competition in 2018, CNBC reports. It is the first time Amazon has named shipping and logistics as a moneymaking element of its company.
For many of the products listed on its site, Amazon acts as a go-between for merchants of consumer goods and shipping companies that take those goods to consumers` doors. Though its entries into the seller arena have grabbed headlines, it has increased the use of its own services in shipping and relied less exclusively on partners such as FedEx, UPS and the United States Postal Service, according to CNBC…
Ken Notes: Do I get credit for saying distribution will be the next trillion dollar industry. Amazon would do better to buy an existing carrier that could take additional product…
- In the U.S., a mere 3 percent of grocery spending takes place online today.
- A new study by Bain & Co. in collaboration with Google finds shoppers are still reluctant to try delivery services and often don`t stick with them.
- But the firm predicts grocery delivery will ultimately take off as companies continue to invest in it.
You might think that just about everybody is buying groceries online today, as retailers like Walmart, Kroger and Amazon race to perfect their delivery services and tout their abilities to get food to shoppers` homes in under an hour. But that`s not exactly the case.
Grocery shoppers are still concerned they`re being charged higher prices online and complain about delivery drivers being late, among other disappointments.
Ken Notes: like all new tech there will be a learning curve as consumers decide how they want to shop. Remember many people do not know exactly what they want when they shop, thus the store provides the experience (visual selection) they want. It is about this experience and stores and online retailers that provide great ones will thrive.
Millions of senior citizens are staying in their homes longer than their predecessors in earlier generations, keeping homes off the market and making it more difficult for younger Americans to break into ownership.
According to an analysis from economists at Freddie Mac, 1.1 million homes have been “held off the market” by owners born between 1931 and 1941, and another 300,000 by those born between 1942 and 1947.
Another 250,000 homes are still being occupied by their baby boomer owners – those born between 1948 and 1958 – although most analysts believe there’s a big wave of boomer retirements ahead that may change the aging-in-place dynamic quantified so far…
Ken Notes: I would add that we are not building the inventory boomers want. We need amenities, flexibility, walkability, events, food, entertainment… As a boomer let me tell you I am not moving into anything that looks even remotely like a “home”…
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Ken Notes: They forgot one. An outlet to stay in front of your client or investor each week. We can help with that!
The real-estate market still only has enough supply for half the population. We’re still seeing high divorce rates, so people need more places to live. And households are still being created faster than the housing supply. All that combined means higher rents and that trend looks likely to continue for a long time.
In fact, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association, rising rates on 30-year mortgages — now firmly above 5% and on track to reach 5.8% by the end of the year — will help to drive rents higher in the coming year as more people get priced out of home buying by these higher interest rates. According to an analysis by Zillow, rent growth will pick up in 2019 as the Federal Reserve continues to raise rates…
Millennials are driving fitness, beauty and wellness concepts, many of which operate on membership models and drive regular shopper traffic.
Neighborhood strip centers are getting a big boost from the booming “self-care” sector, which focuses on wellness, health, fitness and beauty.
Globally, the self-care sector is a whopping $4.7 trillion business, reports the Global Wellness Institute. The term “self-care” is about people investing more in their health, says Sara Martin, vice president of retail brokerage at Welsh Cos./Colliers International | Minneapolis-St. Paul. That could be physically, mentally, spiritually or socially.
“Self-care has recently emerged in popular culture… and the idea has caught on like wildfire in social media and in the self-help categories,” according to a new report from Colliers International | Minneapolis-St. Paul….
The Chicago area’s speculative industrial development boom keeps surging. Developers have 19.5M SF under construction, according to new research from Avison Young.
That is a 59% year-over-year increase, and shows just how bullish many developers are on the Chicago region. The robust demand is also beginning to push developers to take risks in new submarkets.
“Many submarkets that are closer to the city have little to no space available for new buildings, so we’re continuing to see speculative development moving to outlying submarkets such as Southern Wisconsin,” Avison Young principal Chris Lydon said…
Ken Notes: I know the ED guys from the region and they have this down to a science…
Join us for networking, drinks and appetizers in Wauwatosa! Prospective members, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for event registration…
retail space will be available in June 2019, in the charming and
popular destination village of Paoli, WI, just minutes from Madison.
A retail art gallery has operated very successfully in the space for
space is located in the historic creamery overlooking the scenic
Sugar River. It features high ceilings, large glass block windows,
ceramic block walls, wheelchair accessibility and off-street parking.
businesses in town include an upscale restaurant, several other
eating establishments, art and craft galleries, a beer garden, an
artisan cheese store and other specialty shops. A well-established
merchant organization plans several town-wide
events each year, attracting sizable crowds and offering live music,
refreshments, art openings and other special activities. Paoli is
also a popular area for cyclers, fishing and boating.
total rental space available is 5170 square feet, including
retail/commercial space, bathroom, and storage. There is an option to
split the space into two sections (820 square feet and 4350 square
feet). Rental rates from $5.38 to $6.22 per square foot. Tenants pay
you have anyone interested please call or text Ralph Kamps at
608-345-2880 for more info…
Ken Notes: This is perfect as a destination retail outlet for arts, brewery, winery, crafts, a bike shop or more.
At 5:40 a.m. Central time on Aug. 27, 2017, Renick called the front desk, telling colleagues she was stuck in the elevator in the basement, with water rushing in. A surveillance video showed she freed herself from the elevator, but by that point waters in the basement were waist deep. Shortly after, the power went out. Flood waters continued to rise. Her body was found 11 days later in the ceiling tiles….
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CAP SQUARE: 44 E. Mifflin Street, Suite 101, 608-255-2700
REIS Network will provide data services and tools from firms including CompStak and Rockport VAL.
Moody’s Analytics has launched its long-planned commercial real estate data portal, highlighting the company’s push into a space largely dominated by the CoStar Group.
The financial services giant, which is valued at $31 billion, has over the past year acquired, invested and partnered with data companies to provide a centralized portal of commercial real estate transaction tools. The Real Deal last month reported the company’s plans to build the portal, which would provide access to data from firms including Compstak and Rockport VAL…
Our roster of restaurants reads like a who`s who of Madison`s favorite eateries: From Monty`s Blue Plate Diner, to The Avenue Bar, to Steenbock`s on Orchard, each is unique in its atmosphere and menu and each is the best at what it does!
Tech giant reportedly exploring alternatives, as it has yet to lease or purchase space in the Queens neighborhood
Amazon is considering pulling out of a deal for a new campus in Long Island City, which is set to bring 25,000 jobs to New York and put the area’s real estate market into overdrive, but was heavily criticized as a giveaway to the tech giant because of its billions in tax breaks.
Since Amazon is yet to lease or purchase office space for the project, it would be able to withdraw, the Washington Post reported, citing two sources familiar with the company’s thinking….
Cushman & Wakefield offers a deep dive into the impact of ridesharing, electric vehicles and self-driving cars on the real estate sector.
The next revolution along these lines is already underway, according to Cushman & Wakefield, which just released Mobility Shifts in Commercial Real Estate: Implications of Ridesharing, Autonomous Vehicles, Micro-Mobility and Electric Vehicles, the third part of its Tech Disruptor reports series…
Profitable liquor store business for sale with real estate included. Income/Expense info available after signing confidentiality agreement. Co-listed with Tyson Hall of Master-Hall Appraisal. Contact Konrad Opitz/Opitz Realty or Tyson Hall.
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WeWork isn’t saying what it’s paying for the nine-year-old, Bay Area-based company, which raised $43.6 million over the years and whose brand will be put to rest. But the deal is clearly an effort to move WeWork further away from merely selling memberships to its co-working spaces — a risky business model in a sour economy — and instead also become a software-as-a-service provider.
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