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  • PUBLISHED THU, SEP 24 20208:00 AM EDTUPDATED THU, SEP 24 20208:11 AM EDTLauren [email protected] ORIGINAL POST: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/24/retailers-resume-rent-payments-but-are-still-fighting-with-landlords.html Less than a third of retail companies paid at least 75% of June rent, according to a study by the National Retail Federation and the investment bank

  • Original Post: https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/18/business/malls-repurpose-empty-stores/index.htmlBy Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business Updated 3:27 PM ET, Fri September 18, 2020 Empty malls are getting some surprising new tenants New York (CNN)Consumers will still be heading to malls in the future. But their trips might have little or nothing to do with shopping. With

  • Original Post: https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-pandemic-clauses-in-retail-leases-are-a-musthave-but-landlords-are-atrisk-102345623.html Sarah Paynter Reporter, Yahoo Finance •September 4, 2020 Most retail rent agreements are straightforward: Tenants pay a monthly fee to occupy a space. But that was before the coronavirus pandemic. In the wake of disrupted store sales due to coronavirus

  • Photo provided by Time Equities, Inc. Link to Original Post: https://www.nreionline.com/retail/would-simon-s-tenants-go-along-amazon-their-new-neighbor In the current climate, even an Amazon distribution center might be a more palatable choice than a boarded-up anchor retailer. John Egan | Aug 13, 2020 Perhaps more than any other modern company, e-commerce behemoth Amazon.com

  • Despite the sobering picture created by a long list of struggling retailers, the current disruption also reflects well-known retail cycles. Photo: T.J. Maxx and Five Below at Colony Square in Zanesville, OH replaced an Old Navy store and the combined

  • Brick-and-mortar retail was in the midst of seismic changes even before the pandemic. Analysts say as much as a quarter of America’s malls may close in the next five years. By Sapna Maheshwari July 5, 2020 Original Post: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/05/business/coronavirus-malls-department-stores-bankruptcy.html Photo: The Vallco Shopping

  • By Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business Updated 1:38 PM ET, Mon June 29, 2020 Original Post: https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/29/business/curbside-pickup-malls-pandemic/index.html Photo: Brookfield Properties, the second largest mall operator, already offers curbside pickup service at 115 mall locations. New York (CNN) Curbside pickup has exploded in popularity over the past

  • Photo: The American Dream complex stands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Photographer: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg By Tom Maloney, John Gittelsohn, and Natalie Wong June 9, 2020, 7:00 AM EDT Updated on June 9, 2020, 10:45 AM EDT  Original Post: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-09/american-dream-leaves-family-behind-mall-empire-mired-in-debt?sref=lhcvxvf8  Owners of the New Jersey property have

  • By Madeleine Streets As retailers begin to organize their store reopening strategies, they will need to work with real estate management to find a solution that works for all parties. With many companies unable to pay rent or looking at introducing new methods of selling, such

  • Time Equities Inc., a large operator of value centers across the country, feels the strain of retail tenants struggling amid the health crisis. Original Post: https://wwd.com/business-news/real-estate/covid-19-landlords-time-equities-1203552572/ By David Moin on April 13, 2020 “It’s taking a lot of manpower, a lot of discussion and a

  • The Cares Act does not address forbearance for commercial mortgages, which has left one landlord with its hands tied as it communicates with lenders and tries to work with tenants. Original Post: https://www.globest.com/2020/04/08/one-landlord-lukewarm-on-the-cares-act-and-rent-relief/?slreturn=20200309124134 Photo: Shutterstock By Mariah Brown | April 08, 2020 at 07:30 AM NEW YORK

  • The stay-at-home economy drives sales of home office and entertainment products Original Post: https://njbiz.com/bright-spots-stay-at-home-retail-economy/ By: Gabrielle Saulsbery April 6, 2020 12:01 am Suddenly sequestered in their homes, millions of New Jerseyans are realizing a few things: their home office chair is uncomfortable. Their web cameras aren’t

  • The bills are now coming due for big companies and millions of laid-off workers. Decisions made in the next few days will shape how coronavirus impacts the economy. By Ruth Simon, Esther Fung, Suzanne Kapner and Heather Haddon Photo by Victor Llorente for the Wall Street

  • Original Post: https://www.marejournal.com/single-post/2020/03/26/TEI-announces-purchase-of-Hamilton-Commons-in-Mays-Landing-NJ-for-60M https://online.flippingbook.com/view/821993/1/#zoom=z NYC firm grows retail portfolio to 121 properties across the United States MAYS LANDING, NJ — Time Equities Inc. (TEI), a full-service New York City-based real estate firm, has announced its largest acquisition of the year with the $60 million purchase

  • Original Post: https://therealdeal.com/tristate/2020/03/04/time-equities-buys-nj-retail-center-for-60m/ Time Equities Inc. bought a retail center in Mays Landing, New Jersey from Retail Value Inc. for $60 million in a deal brokered by JLL Capital Markets, ROI-NJ reported. Hamilton Commons spans 403,050 square feet and

  • Original Post: https://www.roi-nj.com/2020/03/03/real_estate/jll-closes-60m-sale-of-power-center-in-mays-landing/ By Emily BaderMays Landing | Mar 3, 2020 at 4:15 am JLLHamilton Commons in Mays Landing. JLL Capital Markets announced recently that it has closed the $60 million sale of a retail center in Mays Landing. JLL’s Jose Cruz, Chris Munley,

  • Original Post: Real Estate Weekly   Time Equities has announced its largest acquisition of the year with the $60 million purchase of Hamilton Commons, a 403,050 s/f power center located in Mays Landing, New Jersey. The firm, which remains bullish on retail, has

  • Original Post: ShoppingCenterBusiness.com Mays Landing, N.J. — Time Equities Inc. (TEI) has acquired Hamilton Commons, a 403,050-square-foot retail center in Mays Landing, located approximately 50 miles southeast of Philadelphia. The sales price was $60 million. Located at 190 Hamilton Commons Drive, the

  • Original Post: Connect Media   February 26, 2020 JLL Capital Markets has closed the $60-million sale of Hamilton Commons, a 403,050-square-foot power center in the Atlantic City-area community of Mays Landing, NJ. The brokerage marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Retail Value Inc. Time Equities,

  • Original Post: REBusinessOnline.com Posted on February 26, 2020 by Alex Patton in Acquisitions, New Jersey, Northeast, Retail MAYS LANDING, N.J. — Time Equities Inc. (TEI) has acquired Hamilton Commons, a 403,050-square-foot retail center in Mays Landing, located approximately 50 miles southeast of Philadelphia. The sales price was $60 million. Located

  • Original Post: By: Linda Lindner February 26, 2020 8:27 am JLL Capital Markets said Tuesday it closed the $60 million sale of Hamilton Commons, a 403,050-square-foot power center in a high-traffic retail corridor in the Atlantic City-area community of Mays Landing. JLL marketed the property on behalf