Posts Tagged: Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm

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 »

Changing Trends, Preferences, Finances Cloud Center City Retail Picture

Empty storefronts are starting to proliferate Center City streets in the Philadelphia retail real estate market, possibly presaging the end of a five-year-old resurgence that peaked last summer with record rents along the core Rittenhouse shopping district streets of Walnut and Chestnut. Area commercial real estate experts blame a supply glut, the closing of national… Read more »

U.S., Philadelphia Shopping Center Owners Looking to Recapture Store Spaces

About 37,000 retailers, retail brokers, investors and other retail professionals doing business in U.S. and Philadelphia retail real estate markets gathered in Las Vegas recently amid a tangible sense of frustration during RECon, the industry’s largest trade convention. That vexation was not as much about the retail commercial real estate market – including Philly retail… Read more »

Prime Philadelphia Retail Space for Lease on Spring Garden Street

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a premier Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, now has available well-located Philadelphia retail space for lease at 1004-1026 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia. There are 9,020 square feet of contiguous prime retail space in Philadelphia currently available at 1004-1026 Spring Garden Street… Read more »

Philly Retail Space Update: Market East Transformation Underway

Philadelphia’s East Market Street has been a commerce and transportation hub since the time of 19th-century slaughterhouses and horse-drawn trolleys.  This strip of retail space in Philadelphia has certainly experienced both good times and bad.  Even with the 1977 opening of the Gallery, the consolidation and downfall of Philadelphia’s grand department stores resulted in an… Read more »

Local Market Remains Steady despite National Economic Volatility

While the national economy was affected by turmoil in the global markets, the Philadelphia commercial real estate market continued its progress for another quarter, according to the latest quarterly analysis from Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a premier Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, including Philly retail… Read more »

Philly Retail Space Update: Mixed Use Trend Hits Retail Space

The familiar design of lifestyle centers and traditional malls is being rethought as commercial real estate developers look to attract tech-savvy millennials and affluent baby boomers by introducing office space and residential living space to retail centers, including Philly retail space. A report from the CoStar Group notes that mall and lifestyle center developers are… Read more »

Low Level of Retail Construction Starting to Crimp Net Absorption

With shopping center vacancies, including those involving Philadelphia commercial properties, continuing to tighten as retailers with retail space in Philadelphia and other areas across the country slowly fill the remaining excess space, with both nationwide and Philadelphia commercial real estate listings are facing a dwindling number of high-quality locations. The U.S. retail real estate vacancy… Read more »