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    Orange Is The New Green — Halloween 2016 Retail Infographic

    View Cushman & Wakefield's Halloween 2016 Retail Infographic exploring the trends of consumer Halloween spending and “spook"tacular stats!

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    U.S.-China Trade Tensions: Impact on Property Markets

    The U.S. and Chinese economies and property markets are powering through the current trade tensions and are performing well. Despite a few imposed tariffs and a flurry of trade threats this year, China’s economy hasn’t skipped a beat. In the first quarter of 2018, China’s real GDP grew by 6.8%, on par with last year’s robust pace.

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    Capital Watch: Tech powers London's success

    Tech has dominated the London real estate market in recent years and, in its wider sense, is playing a role in reshaping the property industry. This issue looks at tech from different angles, including an interview with Theo Blackwell, London's Chief Digital Officer.

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    Food Halls of America

    Food Halls are popping up across the country. Cushman & Wakefield recently released a report examining the top 20 Food Halls in the nation, and why New York is now the Food Hall capital of the world.


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    dublin-retail-market-review

    The following report provides a review of the Irish retail market, with a specific focus on the Dublin market. The retail economy, together with a comparison of other European retail economies is outlined. In addition, activity in the year to date on Dublin’s Grafton Street and Henry Street is discussed. 
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    PERSPECTIVE: Q1 2018 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE CAP RATES ACROSS CANADIAN MARKETS

    With the Bank of Canada’s overnight lending rate up 75 basis points since last summer, rising to 1.25%, and further bumps expected through 2018, subtle changes are occurring in specific markets and asset classes. These glimpses offer the first evidence that cap rate compression may be reaching a tipping point as we head into the ninth year of a recordlong growth cycle.

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    Bright Insight 2018: The National Legal Sector Benchmark Survey Results

    Now in its fifth year, Bright Insight provides key insights, statistics and trends about the business, financial and operational drivers affecting the legal sector.

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    U.S. MarketBeat Reports Q1 2018

    Strong Economic Start. No Signs of Slowing. The economy’s underlying fundamentals remain solid. Stimulus from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will keep economic demand growing at a strong pace. Read More

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    Industrial Investor Outlook & Trends

    Cushman & Wakefield provides comprehensive real-time market data and analysis by leveraging our expertise and collaborating with the leaders of our multiple disciplines―Valuation & Advisory, Industrial Capital Markets, Industrial Research and Industrial Operations, among others. 
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    Food Halls of North America

    One of the hottest trends right now in the restaurant business, and retail in general, is the food hall. Cushman & Wakefield first reported on this trend in November 2016; since then food halls’ popularity has only continued to rise.

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    Cycle Watch: U.S. Economic Expansion Reaches Historic Point

    The question of the day is “when is the next recession coming?” This expansion will become the second longest in U.S. history tomorrow. Long expansions are not the historical norm—in fact, up through World War II, there was about a 50/50 chance in any given year that the U.S. would be in a recession.

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    Cybersecurity: A Major Capital Opportunity

    Each day the world creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, with 90% of all existing data created over the past two years alone. With more of our business and personal lives being stored and logged online, the need for cybersecurity has never been more urgent.

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    U.S. Lodging Industry Overview

    By the end of the year, the U.S. hotel industry performance neither disappointed, nor did it delight. Investors had been expecting slowing rate growth and a contraction in occupancy. However, the U.S. hotel performance ended the year slightly more positive than anticipated. The surprise was the growth in demand, particularly in the second half of the year.“

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    Special March 2018 Update: The Great Tax Race

    Read more detailed analysis of the plan – including an interactive map of which cities would be most heavily impacted by the change to residential real estate taxes.


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    Multifamily Land Acquisition Report

    Multifamily housing continues to be one of the most successful commercial real estate categories since the economic rebound. While one-quarter of renters lost their homes due to foreclosure or are shackled by student debt and a tight job market, others are making a conscious choice to rent. For those considering multifamily investment or development, now may be the time.


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    Washington DC: The Capitol of Retail Trends

    Fueled by a surge of population growth that has been overwhelmingly driven by the millennial demographic, Washington, D.C.’s urban retail scene has evolved over the past decade from that of a few isolated pockets surrounded by urban blight to one of an emerging renaissance where high street meets cool street meets eat street. The District is now a microcosm of all of the major trends that are shaping urban retail in the United States today; an explosion of food and beverage related retail from small format groceries and trendy food halls to upscale and fast casual dining, the expansion of upscale and luxury retailers into new and emerging shopping districts and the rise of edgy, cool retail in new hip districts that have emerged in diverse, up and coming neighborhoods. All this, while still luring Main Street national credit retailers looking to find a place in the new Washington, DC: The Capitol of Retail Trends.

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