The looming Toys “R” Us D-day is upon us. If you read my previous post, my thought process has changed drastically. Big box retail is an interesting market these days and we are seeing a drastic shift in the overall approach to these spaces throughout the country.
Toys R Us Is Planning to Liquidate Its US Operations
These companies will be the biggest winners when Toys R Us closes its stores
Toys R Us preparing for liquidation, sources say
Toys R Us Prepares for Its Final Curtain
Report: Toys ‘R’ Us will sell or close all U.S. stores, according to CEO
It’s official: Toys ‘R’ Us files liquidation plan—but some stores could stay open
Below are a few articles that I found interesting this week both locally and on a national scale:
Why The Toyota Music Factory Can Never Be Replicated
Construction starts on Deep Ellum apartment tower on the edge of downtown Dallas
LA and D-FW are at the top of investors’ property beauty list FILED UNDER
Blue Apron is heading to the grocery store as customer retention remains elusive
Shopping center occupancy, NOI up in 2017
McKinney And Cole Avenues To Become Two-Way Streets Once Again
Mall owner to acquire four Sears stores
One More Corporate Relo For The Burbs
CRE Opinion: The Impact of Blockchain Technology on Real Estate
Aldi And Kohl’s: Strange Bedfellows Or A New Era Of Retail Partnerships?
Ross to open 100 stores in 2018
Tween/teen accessories retailer reportedly close to filing Chapter 11
Kroger’s $400M offer gets rejected, what’s next?
What have you been reading this week? Please comment below with any interesting articles or topics you would like to see covered.
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