The commercial real estate industry is facing significant headwinds as a result of increased vacancies, negative absorption, declining rental rates, excess supply, and high leverage in both the commercial loan and commercial mortgage-backed securities markets. In retail, the rise of e-commerce is dampening demand for brick-and-mortar stores and growing takeout and delivery trends are changing spatial requirements for many retailers, restauranteurs, and other businesses. As remote work continues to go mainstream, both urban and suburban office markets are struggling to compete. Industry players must adapt to these rapidly shifting dynamics or risk getting left behind.
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"The willingness of landlords to restructure a lease is usually related to their faith in the company’s reconstructing. If you’re just delaying the inevitable demise, there’s no benefit in reducing the rent now. " - Matt Mason (Bloomberg)View More News