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Why Less Space, Longer Term Is the New Strategy for Office Tenants

How One Denver Deal May Illustrate a Growing Trend In the ever-evolving tug-of-war between office tenants and property owners, conventional wisdom would suggest that tenants currently have the most leverage. As property owners contend with hybrid work arrangements that depress office utilization and rising interest rates that cut into net operating income, it would seem […]

Expanding Restaurants Face Tall Orders

Expanding Restaurants Face Tall Orders Big plans hit supply, delay and cost snags. Restaurant trends are in flux in 2023. Ghost kitchens—hot in 2021—are facing slowing delivery demand, higher capital costs, and quality control issues, restaurant tech exec Rishi Nigam told digital publication Restaurant Dive in January. Nigam is CEO of Franklin Junction, a restaurant […]

Food Halls Offer Taste of Success

Food halls—eating destinations that include several small, locally developed restaurants and typically a bar—emerged from the pandemic in relatively good shape. Of the 82 food halls opened since March 2020, only 15 were shuttered, a closure rate of 18%, according to Cushman & Wakefield data compiled for Bisnow. Contrast that with the 20% to 22% […]

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