The Active Tenant

By Jared Cauffield

A weekly newsletter that highlights active retail tenants looking for brick & mortar retail sites in the Arizona market. Why sign up? This ONE weekly email will help you to save time by staying informed on active tenants, quickly generate a weekly list of target leads for your propert... Read more

A weekly newsletter that highlights active retail tenants looking for brick & mortar retail sites in the Arizona market.

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The Active Tenant
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#37・

Which Retail Tenants Are Active In AZ?

I hope everyone had a Happy Halloween. Here is this week’s active retail tenants:

 
#36・

Spirit Halloween's Spooky Good Business 👻

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:The Boo Business: Spirit Halloween's revenue numbers are estimated to reach $528m in 2021. The seasonal retailer now has over 1.4k pop-up stores across US and Canada, succeeding where other retailers have died.Re…

 
#35・

Holiday Spending To Increase This Year 📈

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:The holiday splurge is coming! Retailers are predicting a strong holiday season, with 29% of U.S. shoppers anticipate spending more this year per NPD Group.Outdoor dining saved restaurants during the pandemic but…

 
#34・

Gopuff Goes Retail 🛍️

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:It's never too late! HomeGoods finally launches its website after opening 820 stores. Gopuff goes retail. The tech-enabled food delivery company plans to open a digital-first retail store in San Francisco.New ret…

 
#33・

Raley's (not Rally's) Acquires Bashas

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:Raley's acquires Bashas’ Family of Stores in Arizona to create a West Coast super-regional chain. The chain will operate more than 200 stores across Northern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of Nevada.Y…

 
#32・

Dollar Stores = 40% of U.S. Store Openings 🤯

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:Between the restrictions on international flights and business travel, RVs are flying off the lots leading to more demand for RV storage and dealership locations.Drive-thrus, drive-thrus, drive-thrus. Taco Bell i…

 
#31・

Arizonans Love Their Coffee But PSL Not So Much

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:In late March 2020, there was ~$60 billion in distressed bonds and loans tied to retail companies. The figure now is $1.1 billion.Retailers are set to have a merry Christmas even with the rise of the Delta varian…

 
#30・

Arizona's $400B City?

Here is this week’s retail real estate rundown:Amazon is bringing its cashier-less technology to 2 Whole Foods stores next year. Without lines, who is going to buy all of those tabloid magazines?!Torrid is on... well, a torrid path and saw a 131% YoY increase…

 
#29・

Educational Tenants Stay Active In AZ Market

Hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day weekend! Here is this week's Active Tenant Report:

 
#28・

Phoenix Is No. 1!!!

Here is this week's retail real estate rundown:Phoenix is No. 1 in U.S. for population growth by the numbers.A huge milestone for D2C brands, Warby Parker has filed to go public and will trade under the ticker symbol "WRBY."From 2,085 locations in 2005 down t…

 
#27・

Phoenix Is Growing & Retailer's Are Taking Notice

Here is this week's retail real estate rundown:Phoenix is putting in work! Phoenix took the #2 spot in U.S. labor market rankings and is not the 5th largest city, surpassing Philadephia in population size.Amazon's next frontier... department stores. The world…

 
#26・

Lumber Falls, Downtown Struggles as Retail Sales Rise

Here is this week's retail real estate rundown:Downtown retail traffic is still down in the dumps post-pandemic and is 40% lower than it was in 2019.New Child Tax Credits = 10.9% YoY U.S. Retail Sales Growth in JulyTimber!!! Lumber prices coming crashing down…

 
#25・

Brick-And-Mortar Is Back, Baby!

Here are three things to know in retail real estate this week:Macerich CEA Tom O'Hern says "Brick-and-mortar retail is back with a vengeance," as foot traffic, leasing, occupancy and sales activity across its national retail portfolio surged in the second qua…

 
#24・

Let's Taco 'Bout Growing Tenants 🌮

Here are three things to know in retail real estate this week:Mall traffic rebounds higher than pre-pandemic levels yet retailers like Tesla & Victoria's Secret continue to leave.E-commerce, which has been disrupting brick & mortar retail for decades,…

 
#23・

From Fitness To Fish. These Tenants Are Active In AZ...

CoStar reported this week that retail tenants leased roughly 1.8 million square feet in the second quarter, which set a record for the Phoenix market. F&B, beauty service, fitness, and urgent care tenants looking to lease <3,000 square feet accounted f…

 
#22・

Chipotlane Actively Growing in Arizona🌯

Two wins for retail!!Mastercard reported U.S. retail sales rose by 11% YoY last month and 10.4% compared to June 2019. That marks nine straight months of growth for the sector... will the streak continue?Effective retail rents grew by 0.1% in the second quart…

 
#21・

Bloomingdales Launching Bloomies

July 4th - 10th, 2021

 
#20・

DIP Nail Bar & Tropical Smoothie Are Active. Plus Drive-Thru Concepts Expanding

June 27 - July 3rd, 2021

 
#19・

Shoe Show, Heyday & Take 5. Plus More!

June 20 - 26, 2021

 
#18・

Outdoor Voices 🗣, Sharkey Cuts For Kids 💈 & More

June 13 - 19, 2021