Posts Categorized: Philly retail space

Jako Enterprises Leases 4-Star Warehouse in Philadelphia

Local Apparel Retailer Signs Large Industrial Lease Jako Enterprises, a local apparel retailer, leased Ricatto Property Management’s 4-Star warehouse in Philadelphia. The 201,456-square-foot facility at 7601 State Road comprises 16 loading docks, one drive-in bay, 60- by 55-foot column spacing and a 26-foot clear ceiling height. Built in 1968 and renovated in 1977, the building… Read more »

Premier Philly Retail Space for Sale in Bensalem

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, is now offering premier Philly retail space for sale at 2460 Bristol Road Bensalem PA. A fit-out, free-standing building, this Philly retail space for sale is a former bank branch, meaning this Philly… Read more »

Topgolf entertainment complex planned at former Nabisco site in Northeast Philly

The owner of the former Nabisco plant in Northeast Philadelphia has a deal with Topgolf International Inc. for the company to build one of its golf-themed entertainment complexes at the Roosevelt Boulevard and Byberry Road site. Michael Cooley, vice president of site owner Provco Group’s real estate division, told members of the Somerton Civic Association… Read more »

2601 Orthodox Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

January 10, 2019 WCRE is proud to have exclusively represented THIRD FEDERAL S L ASSOCIATIONd/b/a BB&T Bank in the sale of 2601 Orthodox Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to a private investor, James Mayberry. 2601 Orthodox Street is a +/- 3,456 square foot free standing property situated on +/- 0.05 acres.  This well located building is a corner property… Read more »

New Fast-Food Lanes Lead to Fast Restaurant Sales Growth Nationally

Leonard Comma, Chief Executive of Jack in the Box, is investing as much as $45 million over the next three years on digital menu boards and canopies to make the fast-food chain’s drive-thru lane experience faster and more personal. Quick-service purveyors across the nation, such as Starbucks Corp. and Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. are also… Read more »

Philadelphia’s Proposed One Percent Tax on New Construction

Is Philadelphia’s proposed one percent tax on new construction a good compromise or a fools bargain? The Philadelphia City Council announced new legislation on April 11, 2018, that includes a new one percent tax on new construction that would raise revenue for the Housing Trust Fund, the city’s dedicated source for developing new affordable housing, preserving existing… Read more »

Is Your Company Growing or Downsizing?

  How to Find the Best Property for Your Business. Here are five key decision factors to consider when searching for your business’s first or next office location. 1. Identify the Needs of Your Employees Think about how many jobs you, your friends, colleagues and family members haven’t applied for due to office location? Completing… Read more »

Retail Incubator Firms Help to Fill Space in Vacant Malls

Mall operators are taking a page from the playbook of their office counterparts and setting up retail incubators in some of the space left vacant by departed department and apparel store retailers. Offering retail and technology startups a shared space to test their concepts in the U.S. commercial real estate market, including Philly retail space,… Read more »

Philly Retail Space

Wolf Commercial Real Estate is a premier Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that represents Philly retail space for lease and sale. We are experts in the Philadelphia retail space market, with a team of seasoned and knowledgeable real estate advisors ready to help you achieve your real estate goals. At Wolf Commercial Real Estate, we… Read more »

Shopping Center Demand Falls to Six-Year Low

Demand for mall and shopping center space by retailers fell to its lowest level in six years in the first quarter of 2018 as retailers continued to focus on their top-performing locations and shed marginal stores, with announced store closures totaling nearly 100 million square feet so far this year alone. The balancing act was… Read more »