Retail Properties Quarterly

Colorado’s Only Shopping Centers Publication

While the Colorado Real Estate Journal continues to run retail news in each issue of the newspaper, Retail Properties Quarterly features the most interesting projects and people, trends and analyses, and covers development, investment, leasing, finance, design, construction and management. The publication is mailed with the Colorado Real Estate Journal newspaper, a 3,500-plus distribution that includes developers, investors, brokers, site selectors, lenders, contractors, architects and property managers. 


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Recent Retail Properties Quarterly Stories

  • Five Points embraces community-driven concepts
    At the beginning of the pandemic, there was widespread speculation around how this public health crisis would affect different commercial real estate sectors. Now several months in, it has become unmistakably
  • Landlords, tenants adapt as we await a vaccine
    Prior to the pandemic, retail as an asset class was in the midst of significant change and a sustained period of transformation. Shopping centers were becoming gathering places for neighborhoods and featured tenant
  • What does the future hold for retail?
    While retailers have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, year-over-year U.S. retail sales are up 0.6% (August 2019 to August 2020) including e-commerce. When excluding e-commerce, U.S. retail sales were down, but only by
  • Retrofitting retail users in a post-COVID-19 world
    COVID-19 has universally impacted all industries, and retail commercial space is no exception. Often when a disaster hits the global economy, commercial real estate feels the effects later than other industries; however, due to both the
  • Maximized efficiencies will help food halls survive
    During COVID-19, restaurants have done their best to survive the whiplash of ever-changing public health guidelines while ensuring the safety of their guests and employees. Initially closing altogether, many originally reopened for