Houston’s retail supply is finally beginning to satiate the red-hot demand of the latest growth cycle.
The city’s retail construction pipeline decreased in the first quarter of this year, settling at 2.7 million square feet. This represents a significant, but ultimately inevitable decrease from the cycle high of… Read More
More than 440 grocery stores opened in the U.S. in 2016. The Lone Star State was home to the most new grocery store openings with 3.04 million square feet or 16.13 percent of new grocery space leased. Much of this expansion was driven by Kroger and H-E-B… Read More
Chances are, unless you need tech support or have billing questions, you probably don’t think much about contact centers. But evolving consumer and client preferences in the digital age have accelerated the growth of this niche industry in recent years. In 2016, the contact center industry grew across world markets, outpacing economic… Read More
Be it the commercials or the actual football, we’re all drawn to Sunday’s big game as one of the most anticipated gridiron match-ups of the season. This Sunday, the New England Patriots will meet the Atlanta Falcons on the field at NRG Stadium right here in Houston, Texas.
1. M&A activity will disrupt the playing field and increase barriers to entry for newcomers.
Mergers and acquisitions in the data center sector surged in 2016, a trend that is on pace to continue throughout 2017. The industry is consolidating as well-known providers increasingly set their bidding sights on well-known co-location… Read More
A battered office market remained just that in the fourth quarter of 2016. Despite the first decrease in Houston’s office sublease inventory in two years, weak leasing activity and negative net absorption in the city’s largest submarkets all but assured the overall office market would record its second consecutive year of… Read More