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Here’s why CRE deal volume may not see dramatic slowdown in second half of 2022

Capping off what’s looking to be a robust first half of 2022 for commercial real estate deal flow, at least one major firm is betting on a continued strong outlook for the rest of the year.

London-based PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP this week found, in the first three months of 2022, total volume in the U.S. was up 68% compared to the same period for 2021, reaching $172 billion. With Thursday being the final day of the second quarter, Q2 data isn’t complete yet, but early indicators suggest transaction volume held up, amid surging interest rates and new questions about the broader economy.

Retail and hospitality have rebounded strongly in 2022, with transaction volume in Q1 2022 for retail up 104% on an annual basis and hospitality deal volume volume up 101% in that same time period.

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

For more information about New Jersey or Philadelphia health care space, industrial space, retail space, office space, land or other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties, please call 856-857-6300 to speak with Jason Wolf (jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in both New Jersey and Philadelphia cannabis, healthcare space, office space, retail space, land and New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage, and advisory firm, is a premier New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides a full range of New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers.

A New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker with expertise in New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides unparalleled expertise in matching companies and individuals seeking new New Jersey and Philadelphia office space, New Jersey and Philadelphia retail space, or New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space with the New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties that best meets their needs.

As experts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  

Please visit our websites for a full listing of South Jersey, Philadelphia, and New Jersey commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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WCRE FIRST QUARTER 2022 REPORT

After a Pause, Southern New Jersey & Philly Markets Appear to have Overcome Omicron

Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the first quarter that the post-pandemic recovery is back on track.

WCRE FIRST QUARTER 2022 REPORTNow that the highly transmissible Omicron variant of COVID-19 is finally declining, there has been a rapid expansion of economic activity that has had positive impacts on many CRE sectors.

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“What a difference one quarter can make. Just a few months ago, the Omicron variant was dampening demand, increasing vacancy, and generally creating uncertainty. Now, we’re seeing a CRE market that is much improved on many indicators, and continuing to strengthen.” said Jason Wolf, founder and managing principal of WCRE. “Employment, retail sales, and industrial production all expanded throughout Q1, and CRE is in a strong position as a result.”

In the first quarter there were approximately 479,886 square feet of new leases and renewals executed in the three counties surveyed (Burlington, Camden and Gloucester). New tenant leases comprised approximately 296,152 square feet, or about 62% of all deals for the three counties. These totals represent more than 50 percent improvements over the fourth quarter of 2021, which itself had improved significantly over the third quarter.

Other office market highlights from the report:

• Overall vacancy in the market is now approximately 12.15 percent, a significant improvement over the previous quarter. 
• The sales market maintained momentum, with 1,167,321 square feet actively on the market or under agreement.
• Both the total dollars and square feet of completed sales were more than double the totals for the fourth quarter, with $78,365,469 in completed sales comprising 956,596 square feet.
• Average rents for Class A & B product remain unchanged, as they continue to show strong support in the range of $10.00-$15.00/sf NNN or $20.00-$25.00/sf gross for the deals completed during the quarter. These averages have hovered near this range for more than a year.

WCRE has expanded into southeastern Pennsylvania, and the firm’s quarterly reports now include a section on transactions, rates, and news from Philadelphia and the suburbs. Highlights from the first quarter in Pennsylvania include:

• Vacancy in Philadelphia’s office leasing market is still 20% below the three-year average before the pandemic. There were modest gains in 2021, but those have been all but erased in the past few months. Net absorption was negative 1.3 million for the past 12 months.
• As expected, the industrial sector in Philadelphia led all sectors. Over the past 12 months, 14.8 million new square feet of inventory became available, and the sector saw 15.6 million square feet in net absorption. Rents grew an average 12.3%.
• Retail remains the sector most responsive to market conditions, but it has also proved to be the most adaptable. Average retail net absorption in Philadelphia continues to improve and was at 1.6 million square feet for the 12 months just concluded. Average rents grew at 2.1%.

WCRE also reports on the Southern New Jersey retail market. Retail highlights from the report include:

• Retail vacancy in Camden County posted an improvement to 9.7 percent, while average rents jumped $1.70, in the range of $13.13/sf NNN.
• Burlington County retail vacancy improved to 8.2 percent in Q1, giving back improvements from the previous quarter. Average rents fell slightly, to the range of $14.31/sf NNN.
• Gloucester County stayed unchanged at 11.3 percent, building on a solid improvement last year, with average rents inching up further, to the range of $16.38/sf NNN.

The full report is available upon request.

About WCRE

WCRE is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in office, retail, medical, industrial and investment properties in Southern New Jersey and the Philadelphia region. We provide a complete range of real estate services to commercial property owners, companies, banks, commercial loan servicers, and investors seeking the highest quality of service, proven expertise, and a total commitment to client-focused relationships. Through our intensive focus on our clients’ business goals, our commitment to the community, and our highly personal approach to client service, WCRE is creating a new culture and a higher standard. We go well beyond helping with property transactions and serve as a strategic partner invested in your long term growth and success.

Learn more about WCRE online at www.wolfcre.com, on Twitter & Instagram @WCRE1, and on Facebook at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, LLC. Visit our blog pages at www.southjerseyofficespace.com, www.southjerseyindustrialspace.comwww.southjerseymedicalspace.comwww.southjerseyretailspace.comwww.phillyofficespace.comwww.phillyindustrialspace.comwww.phillymedicalspace.com and www.phillyretailspace.com

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Backed by private equity, car wash operators scour Philadelphia market for locations

Scott Caplan turned his sights on the car wash business six years ago, raising a total of $11 millionin two investment rounds that has helped fund the rapid expansion of EverWash with 800 locations across 49 states. 

EverWash is growing a network of car washes that provide unlimited washes at locations within the company’s system for a monthly membership fee. Caplan envisions adding 30 new car washes a month in what is a highly fragmented industry owned by mostly mom-and-pop operators. Caplan’s goal is to control 5,000 car washes as quickly as possible. 

“When I was looking to get into the car wash space it was to get in on the real estate side,” he said. “I wanted to buy and own a bunch of car washes and create a membership. I come from a brick-and-mortar world.”

The car wash business has turned into a race for the best real estate with multiple companies working to secure prime locations throughout Philadelphia and other metropolitan areas across the country. Retail brokers started to see an uptick in inquires about zoning and available sites about two years ago with it picking up in recent months. 

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

For more information about New Jersey or Philadelphia health care space, industrial space, retail space, office space, land or other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties, please call 856-857-6300 to speak with Jason Wolf (jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in both New Jersey and Philadelphia cannabis, healthcare space, office space, retail space, land and New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage, and advisory firm, is a premier New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides a full range of New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers.

A New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker with expertise in New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides unparalleled expertise in matching companies and individuals seeking new New Jersey and Philadelphia office space, New Jersey and Philadelphia retail space, or New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space with the New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties that best meets their needs.

As experts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  

Please visit our websites for a full listing of South Jersey, Philadelphia, and New Jersey commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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Retail sales will grow this year, but at a slower rate than in 2021

Retail sales in the U.S. are expected to grow between 6% and 8% this year, as Americans shift more of their spending to restaurants and trips and cope with sticker shock at the grocery store and gas station, the National Retail Federation said on Tuesday.

That would total between $4.86 trillion and $4.95 trillion in retail sales, the trade group said, with some of the sales gains coming from inflation-fueled prices. Those sales numbers exclude automobile dealers, gas and restaurants.

*Article courtesy of CNBC

For more information about New Jersey or Philadelphia health care space, industrial space, retail space, office space, land or other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties, please call 856-857-6300 to speak with Jason Wolf (jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in both New Jersey and Philadelphia cannabis, healthcare space, office space, retail space, land and New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage, and advisory firm, is a premier New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides a full range of New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers.

A New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker with expertise in New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides unparalleled expertise in matching companies and individuals seeking new New Jersey and Philadelphia office space, New Jersey and Philadelphia retail space, or New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space with the New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties that best meets their needs.

As experts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  

Please visit our websites for a full listing of South Jersey, Philadelphia, and New Jersey commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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Announced Store Closings in 2021 Approach an All-Time Low

Despite rising cases of breakthrough coronavirus infections and the resulting uncertainty over the efficacy of current vaccines against variants, the retail property market shows impressive signs of recovery at year-end. 

Retail sales have moved well above pre-pandemic levels for months, retailer profitability has been improving and consumption is setting all-time highs even as foot traffic at stores has improved significantly from last year’s levels. However, perhaps the most compelling sign of recovery in 2021 is the sharp drop observed in announced store closings.

Following 2020, a year that retailers set the all-time high for the amount of square feet announced for closing, 2021 is on track to set a new low, marking an encouraging reversal for this leading indicator of the health of the retail sector. 

Also, perhaps even more encouraging, the amount of space and number of stores retailers said they plan to open during 2021 is well above announced store closings, the first time that has happened since 2014. As of mid-December, just over 3,300 stores have been announced for closing, accounting for 37 million square feet of retail space. At the same time, retailers have announced more than 5,800 store openings, accounting for 53 million square feet. 

The most significant store closure news this year came from CVS in November when the company announced it would be closing 900 stores over the next three years, totaling nearly 10 million square feet. Meanwhile, announced store openings were led by discount stores, which continue to expand. Dollar General said it plans to open 1,000 stores in the coming years, and Dollar Tree is expecting to add 600 stores, including 200 Family Dollar locations.

As expected, this has translated to much-improved leasing, including both new leases and renewals. In fact, November marks the ninth consecutive month where the amount of retail space leased outpaced the average from 2017 to 2019. And, while leasing in 2020 was 21% below the historic national average, the recovery in 2021 has pushed it 11% above the historic average. 

Although shortages in both labor and inventories will be a drag on sales for many retailers and may slow expansion plans for some, the positive signs in the retail market suggest a relatively positive outlook. In addition to the expansion plans announced by Dollar General and Dollar Tree, some of the largest leasers of new retail space in 2021 also include Planet Fitness, Burlington, At Home, Floor & Decor and Target.

Retail trends, such as announced store closings, will be important for retail owners and investors to track as obstacles and uncertainty are still present in the market. While metrics such as foot traffic and retail sales are useful, they are backward-looking. Tracking announced store closings and openings can shed light on future retail demand, which can be valuable in predicting the future health of the market.

*Article courtesy of Costar

For more information about New Jersey or Philadelphia health care space, industrial space, retail space, office space, land or other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties, please call 856-857-6300 to speak with Jason Wolf (jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in both New Jersey and Philadelphia cannabis, healthcare space, office space, retail space, land and New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage, and advisory firm, is a premier New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides a full range of New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers.

A New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker with expertise in New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides unparalleled expertise in matching companies and individuals seeking new New Jersey and Philadelphia office space, New Jersey and Philadelphia retail space, or New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space with the New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties that best meets their needs.

As experts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  

Please visit our websites for a full listing of South Jersey, Philadelphia, and New Jersey commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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ICSC Sees Holiday Retail Spending Rising Nearly 9% This Year

A major trade group for the U.S. retail real estate industry is projecting a roughly 9% rise in holiday spending this year as shoppers return to brick-and-mortar stores and buy gifts earlier, a development that would support retail property values in the pandemic.

ICSC released on Tuesday the results of its annual Holiday Shopping Intentions Survey, which found that the average American shopper is planning to spend $637 on gifts and other holiday-related items this year. That would mark an 8.9% increase in November through December sales versus a year earlier to $923 billion, boosting retailers “as consumers make use of multiple shopping channels,” according to the organization.

“Strong retail spending has driven a significant economic recovery this year despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and consumers continue to return to pre-pandemic behaviors in the face of uncertainty,” Tom McGee, ICSC’s president and CEO, said in a statement. “Consumers have remained resilient throughout 2021, which I am confident will continue during and after the holiday shopping season.” 

*Article courtesy of Costar

For more information about New Jersey or Philadelphia health care space, industrial space, retail space, office space, land or other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties, please call 856-857-6300 to speak with Jason Wolf (jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in both New Jersey and Philadelphia cannabis, healthcare space, office space, retail space, land and New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage, and advisory firm, is a premier New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides a full range of New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers.

A New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker with expertise in New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides unparalleled expertise in matching companies and individuals seeking new New Jersey and Philadelphia office space, New Jersey and Philadelphia retail space, or New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space with the New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties that best meets their needs.

As experts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  

Please visit our websites for a full listing of South Jersey, Philadelphia, and New Jersey commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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WCRE THIRD QUARTER 2021 REPORT

SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY & PHILLY MARKETS’ ANTICIPATED COMEBACK DELAYED BY DELTA VARIANT

Investment Activity & Large Transactions Regained Steam, While Industrial Continued To Lead The Way

Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the third quarter that the Southern New Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania markets will have to wait a bit longer for the post-pandemic recovery. While CRE seemed to rebound along with the broader economy earlier this year, the Delta variant caused havoc in recent months.

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At the beginning of 2021, with vaccines and optimism becoming widespread, many employers looked ahead to the week after Labor Day as the beginning of the official return to the office. The emergence of the Delta variant and breakthrough infections pushed the return date into 2022. The effects of this shift have reverberated throughout the economy, including the office and retail CRE markets.

“A few months ago, CRE performance was trending in a positive direction and seemed poised for a return to pre-pandemic levels,” said Jason Wolf, founder and managing principal of WCRE. “While we are in a very positive investment transaction market, the Delta variant has put the office and retail markets into a holding pattern, but a comeback should still be on the horizon.”

In the third quarter there were approximately 225,717 square feet of new leases and renewals executed in the three counties surveyed (Burlington, Camden and Gloucester), a bit below the previous quarter.
New tenant leases comprised approximately 119,213 square feet, or about 53% of all deals for the three counties.

Other office market highlights from the report:

● Overall vacancy in the market is now approximately 12.75 percent, an improvement of .85 of a point from the previous quarter.

● The sales market maintained momentum, with 1,200,393 square feet actively on the market or under agreement.

● There were $70,164,500 in completed sales comprising 709,032 square feet during Q3.

● Average rents for Class A & B product remain unchanged, as they continue to show strong support in the range of $10.00-$15.00/sf NNN or $20.00-$25.00/sf gross for the deals completed
during the quarter. These averages have hovered near this range for more than a year.

WCRE has expanded into southeastern Pennsylvania, and the firm’s quarterly reports now include a section on transactions, rates, and news from Philadelphia and the suburbs. Highlights from the third quarter in Pennsylvania include:

● The vacancy rate in Philadelphia’s office market remained unchanged in Q3, still at 10.3% after hovering near a 20-year low for months. For the past few months, nearly 15% of the total office space in Philadelphia has been listed for sale or lease.

● As in many recent reports, the industrial sector in Philadelphia continued its impressive run, buoyed by its integral role in e-commerce. The last year saw a remarkable 15.8 million SF of net absorption and 11.7% rent growth.

● Retail remains the sector most responsive to market conditions, but it has also proved to be the most adaptable. Average retail net absorption in Philadelphia went into a tailspin when the pandemic began, but for the 12 months just concluded, it is back in positive territory, at 273,000 square feet.

WCRE also reports on the Southern New Jersey retail market. Highlights from the retail section of the report include:

● The Consumer Confidence Index declined steadily throughout the third quarter after posting five consecutive months of increases.

● Retail vacancy in Camden County posted a huge improvement of more than three points to 10.7 percent, while average rents fell more than one dollar, in the range of $11.81/sf NNN.

● Burlington County retail vacancy improved more than a point to 8.3 percent. But it is still above 7.6 percent, where it stood a year ago. Average rents dropped to the range of $13.93/sf NNN.

● Gloucester County posted a decrease of two points, to 14.5 after increasing throughout last year, with average rents virtually unchanged in the range of $14.04/sf NNN.

The full report is available upon request.

About WCRE

WCRE is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in office, retail, medical, industrial and investment properties in Southern New Jersey and the Philadelphia region. We provide a complete range of real estate services to commercial property owners, companies, banks, commercial loan servicers, and investors seeking the highest quality of service, proven expertise, and a total commitment to client-focused relationships. Through our intensive focus on our clients’ business goals, our commitment to the community, and our highly personal approach to client service, WCRE is creating a new culture and a higher standard. We go well beyond helping with property transactions and serve as a strategic partner invested in your long term growth and success.

Learn more about WCRE online at www.wolfcre.com, on Twitter & Instagram @WCRE1, and on Facebook at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, LLC. Visit our blog pages at www.southjerseyofficespace.com, www.southjerseyindustrialspace.com, www.southjerseymedicalspace.com, www.southjerseyretailspace.com, www.phillyofficespace.com, www.phillyindustrialspace.comwww.phillymedicalspace.com and www.phillyretailspace.com

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Resilient Consumers Keep Spending

Rising COVID cases stemming from the virulent delta variant have driven governments and businesses to reimpose social distancing measures and delay return-to-office policies, putting a damper on some economic activity. But consumers continue to power through the end of the summer.

Retail and food services sales unexpectedly grew by 0.7% in August, following a downwardly revised 1.8% fall in July. The month-over-month changes to the headline figure this year have alternated between positive and negative, but at 15.1% year-over-year growth, and at an 9.3% annualized growth since August 2019, it’s evident that retail and food services sales remain elevated, even as COVID cases rise sharply in many parts of the nation.

Clothing sales remained high in August, the prime month for back-to-school shopping. Children and teens outgrew their clothing over the pandemic, and many workers being called back to the office are updating their wardrobes — although athleisure is still experiencing strong gains in sales. Clothing retailers overall are seeing sales at an annualized 7.5% higher than in August 2019.

However, capacity limits and closures deeply affected sales at restaurants and bars, which were flat in August after five consecutive months of growth. The year-over-year increase of 31.9% serves as a reminder of the depth of last year’s pullback when many restrictions were in place. Food services and drinking establishment sales are up an annualized 5.1% since August 2019. Despite these gains, the sector largely underperformed analyst expectations during the summer, as pent-up demand for dining out and travel was thwarted by the ongoing pandemic.

In contrast, sales from nonstore retailers grew by 5.3% in August — leading all major sectors, much like they did regularly in pre-pandemic times. Compared to two years ago, nonstore retailer sales have grown by an annualized 18%, also leading all major sectors.

*Article Courtesy of Costar

For more information about New Jersey or Philadelphia health care space, industrial space, retail space, office space, land or other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties, please call 856-857-6300 to speak with Jason Wolf (jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in both New Jersey and Philadelphia cannabis, healthcare space, office space, retail space, land and New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage, and advisory firm, is a premier New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides a full range of New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors, and sellers.

A New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate broker with expertise in New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings, Wolf Commercial Real Estate provides unparalleled expertise in matching companies and individuals seeking new New Jersey and Philadelphia office space, New Jersey and Philadelphia retail space, or New Jersey and Philadelphia industrial space with the New Jersey and Philadelphia commercial properties that best meets their needs.

As experts in both Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial real estate listings and services, the team at our commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia and New Jersey commercial properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals.  

Please visit our websites for a full listing of South Jersey, Philadelphia, and New Jersey commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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WCRE SECOND QUARTER 2021 REPORT

WCRE SECOND QUARTER 2021 REPORT: SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY & PHILLY MARKETS FOCUS ON LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL

As the COVID-19 Threat Recedes, Good Economic News Helps Shore Up CRE 

WCRE SECOND QUARTER 2021 REPORTCommercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the second quarter that the Southern New Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania markets are cautiously entering the post-pandemic recovery. Although there are still lingering issues, CRE seems to be rebounding along with the broader economy.

“Fundamentals are tracking in a positive direction, and while various challenges remain, conditions are in place that point to a return to pre-pandemic CRE performance,”

said Jason Wolf, founder and managing principal of WCRE.  There were approximately 233,544 square feet of new leases and renewals executed in the three counties surveyed (Burlington, Camden and Gloucester), and while this figure is not indicative of a rebound, it marks the return of net positive absorption. New tenant leases comprised approximately 123,358 square feet, or about 53% of all deals for the three counties. During the previous quarter, this figure was only 8% of the total.

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Other office market highlights from the report:
• Overall vacancy in the market is now approximately 13.6 percent, virtually unchanged from the previous quarter, and holding steady two points higher than at this point last year. 

• The sales market picked up momentum, with 1,257,385 square feet actively on the market or under agreement.

• Average rents for Class A & B product remain unchanged, as they continue to show strong support in the range of $10.00-$15.00/sf NNN or $20.00-$25.00/sf gross for the deals completed during the quarter. These averages have hovered near this range for more than a year.

WCRE has expanded into southeastern Pennsylvania, and the firm’s quarterly reports now include a section on transactions, rates, and news from Philadelphia and the suburbs. Highlights from the second quarter in Pennsylvania include:

• The vacancy rate in Philadelphia’s office market ticked upward again in Q2, and now stands at 10.3%, after hovering near a 20-year low for months. Nearly 15% of the total office space in Philadelphia is listed for sale or lease.

• The industrial sector in Philadelphia remained the bright spot, buoyed by its integral role in the new types of commerce necessitated by the health and safety measures. The last year saw a staggering 9.9 million SF of net absorption and 10.1% rent growth.

• Retail remains the sector most responsive to market conditions, but it has also proved to be the most adaptable. Some essential categories of retail thrived by innovating at the point-of-sale. Average retail net absorption went into free fall during the pandemic, but for the 12 months just concluded, it is -991,000 square feet. While this is a large negative number, it indicates an improvement of several hundred square feet for Q2.

WCRE also reports on the Southern New Jersey retail market. Highlights from the retail section of the report include:

• The Consumer Confidence Index has been rising steadily since it turned around in February.

• Retail vacancy in Camden County jumped more than three points to 14.3 percent after posting a large increase in the middle of 2020. While average rents rose more than one dollar, in the range of $12.86/sf NNN.

• Burlington County retail vacancy dropped to 9.6 percent, an improvement of more than three quarters of a point. But it is still well above 7.6 percent, where it stood a year ago. Average rents increased slightly, to the range of $14.59/sf NNN.

• Gloucester County saw another quarterly increase, to 16.5 after increasing throughout last year, with average rents virtually unchanged in the range of $14.08/sf NNN.

The full report is available upon request.

 

About WCRE

WCRE is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm specializing in office, retail, medical, industrial and investment properties in Southern New Jersey and the Philadelphia region. We provide a complete range of real estate services to commercial property owners, companies, banks, commercial loan servicers, and investors seeking the highest quality of service, proven expertise, and a total commitment to client-focused relationships. Through our intensive focus on our clients’ business goals, our commitment to the community, and our highly personal approach to client service, WCRE is creating a new culture and a higher standard. We go well beyond helping with property transactions and serve as a strategic partner invested in your long term growth and success.

Learn more about WCRE online at www.wolfcre.com, on Twitter & Instagram @WCRE1, and on Facebook at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, LLC. Visit our blog pages at ww.southjerseyofficespace.com, www.southjerseyindustrialspace.comwww.southjerseymedicalspace.comwww.southjerseyretailspace.comwww.phillyofficespace.com,  www.phillyindustrialspace.comwww.phillymedicalspace.com and www.phillyretailspace.com

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Cannabis Sales Go Suburban as Large, Open Air Shopping Centers Become Fertile Retail Ground

A Grupo Flor store that just opened in Union City, California, is billed as the nation’s first cannabis business in a type of regional, open-air shopping center that’s normally home to big-box retailers and chain restaurants.

The move shows how commercial real estate is changing as cannabis retailing goes mainstream with more states legalizing recreational marijuana sales. Retail landlords are also seeking out different types of tenants to fill spots vacated by national store chains losing sales to online shopping.

With 18 states now allowing legal retail sales of marijuana for recreational use, cannabis companies are actively seeking out real estate for sales and distribution, moving from cities to suburbs.

“Cannabis is emerging out of being taboo for many people, so we really strive to bring that hospitality ethic that is welcoming for people of all walks of life,” said Mike Bitar, Grupo Flor co-founder and vice president of retail.

After navigating a still-complex regulatory process, Salinas, California-based Grupo Flor said this week it opened the 2,500-square-foot store in a space vacated by Sprint at Union Landing, a million-square-foot regional shopping center in the East Bay community of Union City near Oakland where a large number of tenants are big-box retailers.

This is Grupo Flor’s fifth California store and its second to open this year, and company executives liken the new location’s design to a “high-end designer fashion boutique.”

In most cities where cannabis sales have been legalized, even the largest retailers, such as Los Angeles-based MedMen, have opened stores mainly in older neighborhood shopping centers and strip malls or other spaces in established urban hubs. Now that’s changing, analysts said.

“Given the confluence of less demand from traditional retailers, greater demand from cannabis retailers and less stigma from local communities, it is likely we will see cannabis retailers continue to expand into more retail settings,” said Brandon Svec, director of market analytics for CoStar Group in Chicago.

Open Air Pioneer

Representatives of Grupo Flor and its Union City landlord, developer The Austin Group, said there are some U.S. examples of cannabis retailers setting up shop in enclosed malls, but their research indicates this is the first to open in what’s known as a power center, defined in the industry as a regional shopping center, usually open-air, where at least three tenants are considered big-box retailers.

More owners of power centers and other suburban retail properties could become interested in cannabis retailers as that industry matures, and as retail centers look to rebound from the pandemic. Svec said that could especially apply to shopping center operators in secondary retail corridors or in areas with declining buying power where the prospect of backfilling vacant space with traditional retail tenants is minimal.

Svec noted that the power center segment has been significantly affected by store closings and reorientation of property toward smaller, more efficient spaces. CoStar data shows that power centers have been the second-worst performing segment nationally, after enclosed malls, losing about 4 million square feet of demand since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, as the power center vacancy rate rose 70 basis points to 6%.

“However, footprint size will still be important and while cannabis retailers may have the sales revenue to operate out of larger boxes from a sales-per-square-foot perspective, the practical sales advantage of doing so will likely be limited beyond a certain size,” he added. “Thus, they are not a probable tenant for larger vacant boxes — 10,000 square feet and higher — in most markets and their overall potential impact on the market will likely be limited.”

Because they are real estate-intensive, sometimes designed to house up to a dozen tenants that each take more than 25,000 square feet, power centers tend to be developed in suburban rather than urban settings.

The growth of legal cannabis sales, combined with the continued downsizing in the retail industry that began well before the pandemic, could provide more places for cannabis retailers to set up shop in suburban locations.

“We received eight offers from leading cannabis retail operators, but Grupo Flor was a clear choice after visiting competitor stores,” Bill Schrader, owner of The Austin Group, said in a statement. “We expect Flor to drive a lot of fresh shopping traffic into Union Landing — it’s a win-win from a property development standpoint.”

Cannabis Sales Jump

According to cannabis industry research firm BDSA, legal U.S. cannabis sales topped $17.5 billion in 2020, an increase of 46% over 2019. The biggest dollar gains in sales were seen in Illinois, California, Florida, Colorado and Oklahoma.

Global sales of legal cannabis reached $21.3 billion in 2020, up 48% from the prior year, and BDSA projects global sales will reach $55.9 billion in 2026. Much of the U.S. demand is expected to come from the continued addition of new states legalizing cannabis sales.

Five states did so in the 2020 elections — Arizona, Mississippi, New Jersey, Montana and South Dakota — and were joined in March by New York, bringing the total to 18 states with some form of retail legalization.

To meet demand, Oakland-based cannabis distributor Nabis said this month it was tripling its logistics capabilities with a new, large fulfillment center in Los Angeles. In New York and New Jersey, real estate consultants are now busy finding sales and distribution sites for clients.

U.S. retailers during 2020 announced that a record 162 million square feet was set to be vacated, according to CoStar data, representing 12,000 store locations. The pace of retail space pullbacks has slowed so far in 2021 but still totaled 23 million square feet at 2,200 locations in the first quarter.

Big closings were announced during the past year by chains including Fry’s Electronics, Burlington Coat Factory and J.C. Penney. Closings have been countered in part by rising space demand among retailers such as dollar stores, specialty grocers, home improvement shops and sporting goods stores.

“On one hand, the sector faces formidable headwinds from pandemic-induced capacity restraints and secular e-commerce shifts,” said Abby Corbett, managing director and senior economist in CoStar’s Chicago office, in an April webinar. “Yet, on the other, the sector exhibits signs of resilience and evolution.”

*Article Courtesy of CoStar

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Target To Accelerate Real Estate Expansion Plans Amid Sales Growth

Target Corp. said it is planning to keep its strong sales momentum going by upping the ante on building out its logistics network over the next 24 months.

The retailer, based in Minneapolis, reported another stellar quarter of sales Thursday, suggesting that the past year of growth could continue as pandemic fears ebb. Executives announced plans to accommodate increasing demand by adding more properties than they anticipated just months ago, including at least five experimental sortation centers, four distribution centers and 30 new stores.

“Our performance in the first quarter was outstanding on every measure, and showcased the power of putting our stores at the center of our strategy,” said CEO Brian Cornell during a Wednesday earnings call.

Like Walmart and Amazon, Target is one of the few retailers that has flourished through the coronavirus pandemic, which brought down many less nimble and less diversified competitors. Target was one of a limited number of essential retailers, which were largely purveyors of food and household goods, that were allowed to stay open by many communities during quarantining. Consequently, its sales soared over 2020, buoyed first by a spate of survivalist-style shopping sprees by panicked consumers followed by an explosion in online ordering — facilitated by in-store and curbside pick-up services — as the illness lingered and social distancing became the norm. 

Target’s first-quarter results suggest that its gains in sales and customer base could outlive the health crisis, but executives said the company needs to act quickly and expand physically in industrial and retail real estate if it is to keep up with higher baseline demand. 

Target’s comparable in-store sales grew 18% in its first quarter of 2021, which ended May 1, over the first quarter of 2020, when the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic spurred consumers into a survivalist-style shopping spree and hyper-charged the retailer’s sales. Comparable digital sales over the first quarter of 2021 increased 50% over the year-earlier period. Cornell said that Target captured another $1 billion in market share over the first quarter of 2021 as well, further underlining his contention that Target’s performance over 2020 was not a fluke of circumstance. 

Chief Operating Officer John Mulligan said Target intends to add four new regional distribution centers by the end of 2022, an expanded and more specific plan than the one Target executives outlined in March. At the time, Target disclosed plans for the first two: a 1 million-square-foot facility at 3501 S. Pulaski Road in Chicago and a 1.11 million-square-foot building at 2858 U.S. Route 322 in Logan, New Jersey.

These are expected to open over the next few months, Mulligan said on Wednesday. He did not provide information about the locations of the two additional facilities but said they are expected to be in high-volume, high-growth regions. 

“Once these buildings are operating at scale, they’ll meaningfully shorten lead times to nearby stores, improving in-stock levels while reducing the need for safety stock in those locations,” Mulligan explained.

‘Opportunity in Front of Us’

On the other end of the size spectrum, Target executives said the company was pleased with the performance of a pilot project, a new sortation center at a 399,000-square-foot building at 2600-2800 NE Winter St. in Minneapolis. 

The facility is far smaller than a traditional retail warehouse and was intended to work as a rapid-fire throughput, rather than a storage space.

The sortation center model is “designed to receive and sort packages from a large group of surrounding stores multiple times a day, which allows for more optimized, granular sortation,” Mulligan said on the Wednesday call. “This precision reduces cost for our delivery partners, meaningfully reducing what we pay for delivery. In addition, these facilities eliminate the need for sortation at the stores they serve, while freeing up packing capacity at those same locations.”

Given the success of the Minneapolis location, Target said it intends to build up to five more sortation centers this year, with more to come in 2022. Those new sortation centers are designed to be smaller than the pilot location, and smaller than even a typical Target store, Mulligan said. For reference, Target stores are about 130,000 square feet on average, according to statistics provided by the company.

Mulligan did not provide specifics as to the locations in play, but did say Target would focus on “markets with a high concentration of local package delivery.”

He added that Target is still taking a conservative approach to the expansion of sortation centers, and still had a lot of runway for the rollout of the model. 

“It’s early days for us still. We always talk about crawl, walk, run [at Target],” Mulligan said. “I’d say we’re still firmly in crawl here in Minneapolis. And so we see a lot of opportunity in front of us.”

On an even smaller scale, Target executives said the company is investing in updated fixtures inside its existing facilities to create additional capacity. The new equipment is not expensive, but is expected to free up “a substantial amount” of capacity in Target’s existing logistics network, Mulligan said. He estimated it was enough to equal about 1.5 new distribution centers.

Target is also ramping up its building program on the consumer-facing side, its fleet of about 1,900 stores. Over the second quarter, Target intends to remodel about 30 stores, with 100 more planned for the second half of the year, Mulligan said. 

The company plans to open about 30 additional stores across the country this year. Most are meant to be small locations in densely populated areas, with footprints of 50,000 square feet or less, Target’s format of choice over the last five years. 

However, Mulligan said that some of these would be reminiscent of the big box stores of the late 1990s and early 2000s. 

“Given the local real estate conditions in dense suburban markets, we’re also finding compelling opportunities to open somewhat bigger stores between 50,000 square feet and 100,000 square feet, which weren’t available in the past,” Mulligan said.

In terms of total investment, Chief Financial Officer Mike Fiddelke said during a Wednesday earnings call that Target had put about $500 million in capital expenditures over the quarter that just closed. Target plans to put about $4 billion into capital expenses by the end of the current fiscal year, Fiddelke said. 

Overall, Target’s total quarterly revenue hit $24.2 billion, a 23.4% increase year-over-year. Its earnings skyrocketed as well, clocking in at $3.69 per share on an adjusted basis, up 525% compared with $0.59 in first quarter of 2020.

*Article courtesy of CoStar

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Retail Sales Explode in March as Consumers Use Stimulus Checks to Spend Heavily

A fresh batch of stimulus checks sent consumer purchases surging in March as the U.S. economy continued to get juice from aggressive congressional spending.

Advance retail sales rose 9.8% for the month, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. That compared to the Dow Jones estimate of a 6.1% gain and a decline of 2.7% in February.

Sporting goods, clothing and food and beverage led the gains in spending and contributed to the best month for retail since the May 2020 gain of 18.3%, which came after the first round of stimulus checks.

A separate report showed first-time filings for unemployment insurance plunged, with the Labor Department reporting 576,000 new jobless claims for the week ended April 10. That was easily the lowest total since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic and represented a sharp decline from the previous week’s total of 769,000.

The Dow Jones claims estimate was 710,000.

As the jobs picture brightened, consumers took their $1,400 stimulus checks and spent aggressively. The money came courtesy of the nearly $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act that Congress passed in March.

The legislation took total stimulus and rescue payments approved in the year since the pandemic began to about $5 trillion, fueled by red ink that fiscal authorities say is necessary to keep the economy running.

Spending for the month was broad-based, boosting sales by nearly 28% from March 2020 as pandemic-related business closings began.

The critical bar and restaurant industry saw a 13.4% surge, thanks to the increasing relaxing of restrictions as Covid vaccines accelerate to a pace of more than 3 million a day. Sporting goods spending was the highest percentage gainer at 23.5%, followed by clothing and accessories at 18.3% and motor vehicle parts and dealers at 15.1%.

March’s retail sales report was another sign that consumers overall are willing to spend, even though increasing amounts of stimulus checks are going towards savings rather than spending.

“Spending will almost certainly drop back in April as some of the stimulus boost wears off, but with the vaccination rollout proceeding at a rapid pace and households finances in strong shape, we expect overall consumption growth to continue rebounding rapidly in the second quarter too,” wrote Michael Pearce, senior U.S. economist at Capital Economics.

A recent report from the New York Federal Reserve indicated that stimulus recipients expect to save 41.6% of their checks and spend 24.7%. Following the first round of checks in the spring of 2020, consumers saved 34.5% and spent 29.2%.

As the recovery has gained speed, consumers have had to deal with the strongest signs yet of inflationary pressures building. The consumer price index rose 2.6% in March from a year ago, thanks in part to a surge in gasoline prices. The year-over-year gain was the largest since August 2018.

Thursday’s economic data also showed more signs of a thawing in the labor market.

The plunge in jobless claims generated the lowest weekly number since March 14, 2020, just after the official pandemic declaration. Nearly two weeks later, weekly claims filings would top out at a staggering 6.15 million, easily the worst week in U.S. history.

Since then, the jobs market has improved dramatically, with the unemployment rate falling from a pandemic peak of 14.7% to its current 6%. The nonfarm payroll addition of 916,000 in March brought more hope that the healing is accelerating.

Despite the big decline in weekly claims, continuing claims were little changed at 3.73 million.

The four-week moving average for weekly claims declined to 683,000, also the lowest since March 14.

The total for those receiving benefits under all government programs tumbled by more than 1.2 million to 16.9 million for the week ended March 27. That decline came mostly due to drops in those filing under pandemic-related programs.

About half the weekly decline in filings came from California, which dropped by 75,645, according to unadjusted data. Virginia fell by 23,110, Ohio was down 22,731, and Texas reported a drop of 18,883.

A pair of other economic indicators also turned in much stronger readings than expected.

The Philadelphia Fed’s manufacturing survey registered a reading of 50.2, representing the difference between firms reporting expansion vs. those seeing contraction. That was well ahead of the Dow Jones estimate of 42 and the highest reading since March 1973.

At the same time, the Empire State Manufacturing survey came in at 26.3, its highest since October 2017 and better than the Dow Jones estimate of 20.

*Article courtesy of CNBC

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