Retail real estate has made many headlines in recent months and years. As the primary industry of design and consumer demand, retail must constantly evolve and even re-invent itself, marrying tried-and-true practices with creative and responsive new concepts.
The professionals at Valbridge recognize and lead the industry in the valuation of all types of retail properties. From neighborhood shopping centers to stand-alone restaurants, from specialty properties such as car washes, theaters, dealerships or big box stores, to mixed-use projects and regional malls, Valbridge appraisers use their knowledge and exceptional resources to value these unique properties.
The pandemic has put strain on many retail properties, while others have been strengthened by increased demand for certain products and services. Just as all industries have had to confront and adjust to new situations caused by Covid, Valbridge appraisers and consultants are staying informed and on the cutting edge of changes in the market and the implications on values.
Selected Retail Experience
Fast Food Portfolio
Portfolio of 11 fast-food restaurants in 2 states
The project includes the land and the buildings for the purchase and sale of a partnership interest.
Peninsula Town Center
Mixed-use lifestyle center on 45-acre site in Hampton, VA
The lifestyle center included 618,251 square feet of retail space and 142,611 square feet of office space across 3 buildings, 158 multifamily units, and 3 vacant outparcels.
The Cigar Factory
cotton manufacturing facility built in 1881 IN Charleston, SC
The property has been transformed into a first-class, mixed-use building that includes creative work/office space, signature restaurants and event space, high-end retail, and parking.
Irving Market Center
Irving Market Center
The market center sits on 20.93 acres of land, anchored by Best Buy, Ross, Party City, and K&G Fashion.
Mixed-use development in Houston, tx
The development is located in the prestigious Uptown Park area, anchored by Whole Foods, Frost Bank, Pink Berry, True Food, Verizon, and Elaine Turner.