Colliers’ Spring 2010 Retail Highlights report shows positive occupancy growth in 43 of 47 markets surveyed; decreased construction activity in all but a few markets; and a rising but soon-to-stabilize retail vacancy rateColliers’ annual Streets of Gold ranking shows broad declines worldwide
BOSTON, May 26 /PRNewswire/ — Colliers International, a leading global real estate services firm, today issued its Spring 2010 Retail Highlights report on the heels of the International Council of Shopping Centers’ (ICSC’s) spring conference in Las Vegas. Per Colliers’ report, the overall vacancy rate for U.S. markets under study increased from 10.7 percent to 11.0 percent during just the first quarter of 2010, but the good news is that the worst of the hemorrhaging seems to be behind us. Colliers expects the overall retail vacancy rate to tick further upward during Q2; however, by the end of 2010, vacancies should begin to level off, and clear signs of recovery will become evident in 2011.
The year kicked-off with an abundance of positive news for retailers. GDP and same-store sales charted an upward trajectory, jobs were added to the economy, and the DJIA hit 11,000. However, during early second quarter, retailers who’d been experiencing months of growth suddenly saw their numbers back in the red. While the U.S. economy continues to face significant challenges, Colliers believes that consumer sales will continue on a path of modest improvement throughout 2010, and as such, the retail real estate market will experience tepid, measured growth.
„It appears that contraction in the U.S. retail real estate market is finally winding down, but not completely over,” remarked Garrick Brown, Colliers International’s U.S. retail research director and complier of its Spring 2010 Retail Highlights. „We expect store closures to continue through year-end; but the return of credit and capital, coupled with an uptick in M&A activity, could be a much-welcomed shot in the arm for U.S. retail real estate.”
Top-line findings from Colliers International’s Spring 2010 Retail Highlights follow. For a link to the full report, please visit: http://www.colliers.com/Country/UnitedStates/content/RetailNaHighlightsSpring2010.pdf
Resurgence of mergers & acquisitions, especially in the restaurant space: Deal activity has dramatically increased from 2009 levels, and so far, much of this action has concentrated around restaurant chains such as Rubio’s, Carl’s Junior/Hardee’s and Dave and Buster’s. Market chatter has it that a number of restaurant chains such as Jack in the Box, Jamba Juice, Red Robin and McCormick & Schmick’s may be among the next targets of private equity investors.
The return of credit and capital: An increasing amount of credit in the marketplace will be an important force in curbing retail failures. For example, in April, bookseller Border’s secured a new $700 million credit facility, replacing an existing arrangement which would have matured next year. Other recipients of beneficial fresh credit include grocery giant SUPERVALU and jewelry chain Zale’s. Overall, the lending atmosphere has loosened considerably, and as the economy continues to recover, we expect more liquidity in the marketplace.
More dollar daze! Colliers has seen a huge increase in planned new retail stores in just the past three months. The lion’s share of this is attributed to dollar stores. Dollar General has plans for 600 new stores this year alone; Dollar Tree/Deal$ has 235 stores planned; and Family Dollar is hoping to open as many as 200 units. In aggregate, we expect dollar store chains to add as many as 1,500 stores in 2010.
Footprint experimentation: We also anticipate growth from retailers who are increasingly willing to experiment with their footprint templates to avail themselves of deals, and to cash in on more vibrant urban markets. Chains experimenting with smaller footprints include BJ’s Wholesale, Cabela’s, Costco, Petco, Target and numerous restaurant chains.
Dense urban retail first to recover: Amid footprint experimentation of large national chains looking to gain entry to urban markets from which they were previously priced out, we expect that in terms of retail product type, urban streetfront retail in dense markets like New York City, Chicago and San Francisco will be the first to recover.
Grocery wars heat up: Consumers are exhibiting a new frugality, and as such, stores who emphasize discount grocery are experiencing modest growth. Target (which added 150 of its P-Fresh grocery concepts to existing stores in 2009) will be adding another 350 this year. 7-Eleven, heretofore known as a convenience store, will expand its fresh food offerings. Dollar stores are also augmenting their formats with small grocery concepts. And Wal Mart, the world’s largest retailer, now earns 51 percent of its income from grocery sales. All this activity puts increasing pressure on the traditional grocery industry.
„We continue to embrace the tenet that ‘less bad is the new good’ when it comes to retail real estate in 2010,” remarked Pat Duffy, chairman of Colliers Retail Services Group. „Absorption remains negative, but on the upswing in the majority of markets we surveyed. Construction levels will continue to drop, but we feel an uptick in building could commence as early as 2012. And retail rents are trending downward, but the rate of decline is slowing. Indeed, with an increasing pool of tenants looking to expand and take advantage of newly available credit and capital, we could see positive changes before the year is out.”
STREETS OF GOLD: US Dollar / Per Square Foot / Per Year
COUNTRY
CITY
STREET
RENT
(USD/SF/
YEAR)
April 2010
Annual
Change in
Rent (local
currency)
France
Paris
Champs Elysees
1,255.90
2.04
United States
New York, NY
Fifth Avenue
1,250.00
(10.71)
China
Hong Kong
Russell Street, Causeway Bay
1,205.46
1.30
United Kingdom
London
Bond Street
1,174.24
51.66
Italy
Milan
Via MonteNapoleone
929.37
(1.33)
Australia
Sydney
Pitt Street Mall
768.85
71.43
Switzerland
Zurich
Bahnhofstrasse
727.71
18.57
United Kingdom
London
Oxford Street
719.70
27.69
Italy
Rome
Rome City Center
627.95
(3.85)
United States
New York, NY
Madison Avenue
590.00
(21.33)
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza-Chuo Avenue
545.91
(11.76)
Austria
Vienna
Graben, Kohlmarkt
527.48
0.00
Germany
Munich
Kaufingerstrasse
497.34
10.00
Germany
Stuttgart
Koenigstrasse
482.27
4.58
Germany
Berlin
Alexanderplatz
452.12
0.00
Australia
Melbourne
Bourke Street Mall
448.50
0.00
Switzerland
Geneva
Rue du Rhone
438.38
11.11
United States
Los Angeles, CA
Rodeo Drive
423.00
5.75
Russia
St. Petersburg
Nevsky Prospect
418.22
20.00
Ireland
Dublin
Grafton Street
405.41
(39.64)
United States
San Francisco, CA
Union Square
400.00
0.00
Russia
Moscow
Tverskaya
371.75
6.67
Germany
Dusseldorf
Konigsallee
346.63
2.22
Australia
Brisbane
Queen Street Mall
341.71
(20.00)
United Kingdom
Glasgow
Buchanan Street
333.33
18.28
Germany
Hamburg
Spitaler Strasse
331.56
(12.00)
Singapore
Singapore
Orchard Road
330.19
(5.52)
Australia
Perth
Hay Street and Murray Street Malls
303.27
(0.28)
Denmark
Copenhagen
Ostergade (Stroget)
303.05
(10.00)
Greece
Athens
Ermou
301.42
(28.57)
United States
Honolulu, HI
Kalakaua Avenue
300.00
(16.67)
Canada
Montreal, QC
Ste-Catherine Street
294.12
0.00
Canada
Toronto, ON
Bloor Street
294.12
7.14
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Kalverstraat
288.86
6.98
United Kingdom
Manchester
Market Square
274.24
0.00
United Kingdom
Birmingham
High Street / New Street
272.73
Finland
Helsinki
Aleksanterinkatu
271.27
16.13
Germany
Frankfurt
Goethestrasse
271.27
United Kingdom
Leeds
Commercial Street
265.15
4.79
Czech Republic
Prague
Na Prikope
256.20
(5.56)
China
Shanghai
Nanjing Road West
252.87
3.33
Australia
Adelaide
Rundle Mall
252.01
7.27
Spain
Madrid
Preciados
241.13
(20.00)
India
Delhi
Khan Market
239.84
(10.00)
United Kingdom
Edinburgh
Princes Street
238.64
(5.69)
United States
Chicago, IL
Michigan Avenue
225.00
(10.00)
Turkey
Istanbul
Tesvikiye Street
223.05
0.00
Ukraine
Kyiv
Kreschatik
223.05
11.11
Norway
Oslo
Karl Johans Gate
203.06
13.04
Canada
Vancouver, BC
Robson Street
196.08
(16.67)
Brussels
Antwerp
Meir
195.92
China
Beijing
Mall at CWTC
195.77
0.00
United States
Boston, MA
Newbury Street
185.00
0.00
Sweden
Stockholm
Biblioteksgatan
180.21
(6.67)
Netherlands
Eindhoven
Demer
169.55
0.00
Netherlands
Rotterdam
Lijnbaan
163.27
0.00
United States
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas Boulevard
160.00
0.00
Netherlands
The Hague
Spuistraat
156.99
0.00
Netherlands
Utrecht
Oude Gracht
156.99
0.00
Poland
Warsaw
Nowy Swiat
150.71
0.00
Serbia
Belgrade
Kneza Mihaila
150.71
(50.00)
Colombia
Bogota
Andino
150.56
20.00
New Zealand
Wellington
Lambton Quay
140.13
(18.38)
United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi
Marina Mall
139.28
30.95
Romania
Bucharest
Magheru Street
135.64
(18.18)
United Kingdom
Bristol
Broadmead
128.79
(8.60)
United States
Washington, DC
M Street, NW
120.00
(14.29)
New Zealand
Auckland
Queen Street
118.87
0.00
Portugal
Lisbon
Chiado zone
116.80
3.33
Bulgaria
Sofia
Vitosha Blv
113.03
(37.50)
Egypt
Cairo
Mohandeseen
111.52
Croatia
Zagreb
Ilica Street
105.50
(53.33)
Israel
Tel Aviv
Ibn Gvirol
105.50
9.38
United States
Miami, FL
Lincoln Road
100.00
6.38
United States
Philadelphia, PA
Walnut Street
100.00
(16.67)
United States
West Palm Beach, FL
Worth Avenue
100.00
(16.67)
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Peatonal Florida
94.80
(18.27)
Brazil
Sao Paulo
Oscar Freire
94.80
8.97
Thailand
Bangkok
Rama I Road
86.15
0.00
Albania
Tirana
Myslym Shyri
84.77
40.63
India
Bangalore
Brigade Road
79.95
20.00
United States
San Diego, CA
Prospect/Girard
78.00
(10.34)
United States
Houston, TX
Westheimer
75.00
(25.00)
Canada
Calgary, AB
17th Avenue SW
73.53
(25.00)
Qatar
Doha
Doha City Centre
72.96
Peru
Lima
Jiron de La Union
66.91
0.00
United States
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
Mockingbird Lane / Preston
65.00
(7.14)
Canada
Victoria, BC
Government Street
56.86
(10.77)
Mexico
Mexico City
Presidente Mazaryk
55.00
(1.79)
United States
Seattle/Puget Sound, WA
5th Avenue
55.00
0.00
United States
Pleasanton/Walnut Creek, CA
N Main
54.00
United States
San Jose/Silicon Valley, CA
Santa Row
54.00
(32.50)
United States
Denver, CO
2nd Avenue – Cherry Creek North
52.50
Chile
Santiago
Alonso de Cordova
49.07
2.33
Canada
Halifax, NS
Spring Garden Road
49.02
5.26
Canada
Ottawa, ON
Byward Market
49.02
0.00
Slovakia
Bratislava
Obchodna Street
48.23
(28.89)
Saudi Arabia
Riyadh
Olaya Street
46.96
(2.56)
New Zealand
Christchurch
Cashel Street
46.23
(6.67)
Lithuania
Vilnius
Didzioji Street
45.21
(25.00)
United States
Atlanta, GA
Peachtree
45.00
(10.00)
Canada
Edmonton, AB
Downtown Edmonton
44.12
0.00
United States
Phoenix, AZ
Kierland/Scottsdale Road
41.00
(3.53)
United States
Cincinnati, OH
Kenwood
40.00
0.00
United States
Cleveland, OH
Chagrin Boulevard
40.00
United States
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Las Olas Boulevard
40.00
5.26
United States
Nashville, TN
4340 Harding Pike
40.00
United States
Charleston, SC
King Street
35.00
(22.22)
United States
Columbus, OH
Easton Town Center
35.00
(22.22)
United Arab Emirates
Dubai
Sheikh Zayed Road
34.01
(68.98)
United States
Greenville, SC
Woodruff Road
33.00
(10.81)
United States
Stockton, CA
Pacific Avenue
33.00
(8.33)
United States
Portland, OR
NW 23rd Avenue
32.89
United States
Tampa, FL
Hyde Park
31.00
United States
Orlando, FL
Sand Lake Road
30.00
(10.45)
United States
Sacramento, CA
Galleria Boulevard Roseville
30.00
(6.25)
Canada
Saskatoon, SK
21st Street E.
27.45
0.00
United States
Columbia, SC
Gervais Street
26.20
Lithuania
Kaunas
Laisves Alley
25.62
(43.33)
Panama
Panama City
Calle 50
25.00
United States
Hartford, CT
Glastonbury Boulevard
25.00
United States
Reno, NV
South Virginia Street
24.00
(27.27)
Latvia
Riga
Kalku
22.61
(40.00)
Lithuania
Klaipeda
H.Manto Street
22.61
(40.00)
United States
Boise, ID
Milwaukee Street
20.50
(6.82)
United States
Bakersfield, CA
Ming Avenue
18.00
(40.00)
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Retail Real Estate in a Stronger Position as we Approach Mid-Year, Yet Growth Will be Tepid for the Foreseeable Future, According to Colliers International

Colliers’ Spring 2010 Retail Highlights report shows positive occupancy growth in 43 of 47 markets surveyed; decreased construction activity in all but a few markets; and a rising but soon-to-stabilize retail vacancy rateColliers’ annual Streets of Gold ranking shows broad declines worldwide
BOSTON, May 26 /PRNewswire/ — Colliers International, a leading global real estate services firm, today issued its Spring 2010 Retail Highlights report on the heels of the International Council of Shopping Centers’ (ICSC’s) spring conference in Las Vegas. Per Colliers’ report, the overall vacancy rate for U.S. markets under study increased from 10.7 percent to 11.0 percent during just the first quarter of 2010, but the good news is that the worst of the hemorrhaging seems to be behind us. Colliers expects the overall retail vacancy rate to tick further upward during Q2; however, by the end of 2010, vacancies should begin to level off, and clear signs of recovery will become evident in 2011.
The year kicked-off with an abundance of positive news for retailers. GDP and same-store sales charted an upward trajectory, jobs were added to the economy, and the DJIA hit 11,000. However, during early second quarter, retailers who’d been experiencing months of growth suddenly saw their numbers back in the red. While the U.S. economy continues to face significant challenges, Colliers believes that consumer sales will continue on a path of modest improvement throughout 2010, and as such, the retail real estate market will experience tepid, measured growth.
„It appears that contraction in the U.S. retail real estate market is finally winding down, but not completely over,” remarked Garrick Brown, Colliers International’s U.S. retail research director and complier of its Spring 2010 Retail Highlights. „We expect store closures to continue through year-end; but the return of credit and capital, coupled with an uptick in M&A activity, could be a much-welcomed shot in the arm for U.S. retail real estate.”
Top-line findings from Colliers International’s Spring 2010 Retail Highlights follow. For a link to the full report, please visit: http://www.colliers.com/Country/UnitedStates/content/RetailNaHighlightsSpring2010.pdf
Resurgence of mergers & acquisitions, especially in the restaurant space: Deal activity has dramatically increased from 2009 levels, and so far, much of this action has concentrated around restaurant chains such as Rubio’s, Carl’s Junior/Hardee’s and Dave and Buster’s. Market chatter has it that a number of restaurant chains such as Jack in the Box, Jamba Juice, Red Robin and McCormick & Schmick’s may be among the next targets of private equity investors.
The return of credit and capital: An increasing amount of credit in the marketplace will be an important force in curbing retail failures. For example, in April, bookseller Border’s secured a new $700 million credit facility, replacing an existing arrangement which would have matured next year. Other recipients of beneficial fresh credit include grocery giant SUPERVALU and jewelry chain Zale’s. Overall, the lending atmosphere has loosened considerably, and as the economy continues to recover, we expect more liquidity in the marketplace.
More dollar daze! Colliers has seen a huge increase in planned new retail stores in just the past three months. The lion’s share of this is attributed to dollar stores. Dollar General has plans for 600 new stores this year alone; Dollar Tree/Deal$ has 235 stores planned; and Family Dollar is hoping to open as many as 200 units. In aggregate, we expect dollar store chains to add as many as 1,500 stores in 2010.
Footprint experimentation: We also anticipate growth from retailers who are increasingly willing to experiment with their footprint templates to avail themselves of deals, and to cash in on more vibrant urban markets. Chains experimenting with smaller footprints include BJ’s Wholesale, Cabela’s, Costco, Petco, Target and numerous restaurant chains.
Dense urban retail first to recover: Amid footprint experimentation of large national chains looking to gain entry to urban markets from which they were previously priced out, we expect that in terms of retail product type, urban streetfront retail in dense markets like New York City, Chicago and San Francisco will be the first to recover.
Grocery wars heat up: Consumers are exhibiting a new frugality, and as such, stores who emphasize discount grocery are experiencing modest growth. Target (which added 150 of its P-Fresh grocery concepts to existing stores in 2009) will be adding another 350 this year. 7-Eleven, heretofore known as a convenience store, will expand its fresh food offerings. Dollar stores are also augmenting their formats with small grocery concepts. And Wal Mart, the world’s largest retailer, now earns 51 percent of its income from grocery sales. All this activity puts increasing pressure on the traditional grocery industry.
„We continue to embrace the tenet that ‘less bad is the new good’ when it comes to retail real estate in 2010,” remarked Pat Duffy, chairman of Colliers Retail Services Group. „Absorption remains negative, but on the upswing in the majority of markets we surveyed. Construction levels will continue to drop, but we feel an uptick in building could commence as early as 2012. And retail rents are trending downward, but the rate of decline is slowing. Indeed, with an increasing pool of tenants looking to expand and take advantage of newly available credit and capital, we could see positive changes before the year is out.”
STREETS OF GOLD: US Dollar / Per Square Foot / Per Year
COUNTRY
CITY
STREET
RENT
(USD/SF/
YEAR)
April 2010
Annual
Change in
Rent (local
currency)
France
Paris
Champs Elysees
1,255.90
2.04
United States
New York, NY
Fifth Avenue
1,250.00
(10.71)
China
Hong Kong
Russell Street, Causeway Bay
1,205.46
1.30
United Kingdom
London
Bond Street
1,174.24
51.66
Italy
Milan
Via MonteNapoleone
929.37
(1.33)
Australia
Sydney
Pitt Street Mall
768.85
71.43
Switzerland
Zurich
Bahnhofstrasse
727.71
18.57
United Kingdom
London
Oxford Street
719.70
27.69
Italy
Rome
Rome City Center
627.95
(3.85)
United States
New York, NY
Madison Avenue
590.00
(21.33)
Japan
Tokyo
Ginza-Chuo Avenue
545.91
(11.76)
Austria
Vienna
Graben, Kohlmarkt
527.48
0.00
Germany
Munich
Kaufingerstrasse
497.34
10.00
Germany
Stuttgart
Koenigstrasse
482.27
4.58
Germany
Berlin
Alexanderplatz
452.12
0.00
Australia
Melbourne
Bourke Street Mall
448.50
0.00
Switzerland
Geneva
Rue du Rhone
438.38
11.11
United States
Los Angeles, CA
Rodeo Drive
423.00
5.75
Russia
St. Petersburg
Nevsky Prospect
418.22
20.00
Ireland
Dublin
Grafton Street
405.41
(39.64)
United States
San Francisco, CA
Union Square
400.00
0.00
Russia
Moscow
Tverskaya
371.75
6.67
Germany
Dusseldorf
Konigsallee
346.63
2.22
Australia
Brisbane
Queen Street Mall
341.71
(20.00)
United Kingdom
Glasgow
Buchanan Street
333.33
18.28
Germany
Hamburg
Spitaler Strasse
331.56
(12.00)
Singapore
Singapore
Orchard Road
330.19
(5.52)
Australia
Perth
Hay Street and Murray Street Malls
303.27
(0.28)
Denmark
Copenhagen
Ostergade (Stroget)
303.05
(10.00)
Greece
Athens
Ermou
301.42
(28.57)
United States
Honolulu, HI
Kalakaua Avenue
300.00
(16.67)
Canada
Montreal, QC
Ste-Catherine Street
294.12
0.00
Canada
Toronto, ON
Bloor Street
294.12
7.14
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Kalverstraat
288.86
6.98
United Kingdom
Manchester
Market Square
274.24
0.00
United Kingdom
Birmingham
High Street / New Street
272.73
Finland
Helsinki
Aleksanterinkatu
271.27
16.13
Germany
Frankfurt
Goethestrasse
271.27
United Kingdom
Leeds
Commercial Street
265.15
4.79
Czech Republic
Prague
Na Prikope
256.20
(5.56)
China
Shanghai
Nanjing Road West
252.87
3.33
Australia
Adelaide
Rundle Mall
252.01
7.27
Spain
Madrid
Preciados
241.13
(20.00)
India
Delhi
Khan Market
239.84
(10.00)
United Kingdom
Edinburgh
Princes Street
238.64
(5.69)
United States
Chicago, IL
Michigan Avenue
225.00
(10.00)
Turkey
Istanbul
Tesvikiye Street
223.05
0.00
Ukraine
Kyiv
Kreschatik
223.05
11.11
Norway
Oslo
Karl Johans Gate
203.06
13.04
Canada
Vancouver, BC
Robson Street
196.08
(16.67)
Brussels
Antwerp
Meir
195.92
China
Beijing
Mall at CWTC
195.77
0.00
United States
Boston, MA
Newbury Street
185.00
0.00
Sweden
Stockholm
Biblioteksgatan
180.21
(6.67)
Netherlands
Eindhoven
Demer
169.55
0.00
Netherlands
Rotterdam
Lijnbaan
163.27
0.00
United States
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas Boulevard
160.00
0.00
Netherlands
The Hague
Spuistraat
156.99
0.00
Netherlands
Utrecht
Oude Gracht
156.99
0.00
Poland
Warsaw
Nowy Swiat
150.71
0.00
Serbia
Belgrade
Kneza Mihaila
150.71
(50.00)
Colombia
Bogota
Andino
150.56
20.00
New Zealand
Wellington
Lambton Quay
140.13
(18.38)
United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi
Marina Mall
139.28
30.95
Romania
Bucharest
Magheru Street
135.64
(18.18)
United Kingdom
Bristol
Broadmead
128.79
(8.60)
United States
Washington, DC
M Street, NW
120.00
(14.29)
New Zealand
Auckland
Queen Street
118.87
0.00
Portugal
Lisbon
Chiado zone
116.80
3.33
Bulgaria
Sofia
Vitosha Blv
113.03
(37.50)
Egypt
Cairo
Mohandeseen
111.52
Croatia
Zagreb
Ilica Street
105.50
(53.33)
Israel
Tel Aviv
Ibn Gvirol
105.50
9.38
United States
Miami, FL
Lincoln Road
100.00
6.38
United States
Philadelphia, PA
Walnut Street
100.00
(16.67)
United States
West Palm Beach, FL
Worth Avenue
100.00
(16.67)
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Peatonal Florida
94.80
(18.27)
Brazil
Sao Paulo
Oscar Freire
94.80
8.97
Thailand
Bangkok
Rama I Road
86.15
0.00
Albania
Tirana
Myslym Shyri
84.77
40.63
India
Bangalore
Brigade Road
79.95
20.00
United States
San Diego, CA
Prospect/Girard
78.00
(10.34)
United States
Houston, TX
Westheimer
75.00
(25.00)
Canada
Calgary, AB
17th Avenue SW
73.53
(25.00)
Qatar
Doha
Doha City Centre
72.96
Peru
Lima
Jiron de La Union
66.91
0.00
United States
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
Mockingbird Lane / Preston
65.00
(7.14)
Canada
Victoria, BC
Government Street
56.86
(10.77)
Mexico
Mexico City
Presidente Mazaryk
55.00
(1.79)
United States
Seattle/Puget Sound, WA
5th Avenue
55.00
0.00
United States
Pleasanton/Walnut Creek, CA
N Main
54.00
United States
San Jose/Silicon Valley, CA
Santa Row
54.00
(32.50)
United States
Denver, CO
2nd Avenue – Cherry Creek North
52.50
Chile
Santiago
Alonso de Cordova
49.07
2.33
Canada
Halifax, NS
Spring Garden Road
49.02
5.26
Canada
Ottawa, ON
Byward Market
49.02
0.00
Slovakia
Bratislava
Obchodna Street
48.23
(28.89)
Saudi Arabia
Riyadh
Olaya Street
46.96
(2.56)
New Zealand
Christchurch
Cashel Street
46.23
(6.67)
Lithuania
Vilnius
Didzioji Street
45.21
(25.00)
United States
Atlanta, GA
Peachtree
45.00
(10.00)
Canada
Edmonton, AB
Downtown Edmonton
44.12
0.00
United States
Phoenix, AZ
Kierland/Scottsdale Road
41.00
(3.53)
United States
Cincinnati, OH
Kenwood
40.00
0.00
United States
Cleveland, OH
Chagrin Boulevard
40.00
United States
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Las Olas Boulevard
40.00
5.26
United States
Nashville, TN
4340 Harding Pike
40.00
United States
Charleston, SC
King Street
35.00
(22.22)
United States
Columbus, OH
Easton Town Center
35.00
(22.22)
United Arab Emirates
Dubai
Sheikh Zayed Road
34.01
(68.98)
United States
Greenville, SC
Woodruff Road
33.00
(10.81)
United States
Stockton, CA
Pacific Avenue
33.00
(8.33)
United States
Portland, OR
NW 23rd Avenue
32.89
United States
Tampa, FL
Hyde Park
31.00
United States
Orlando, FL
Sand Lake Road
30.00
(10.45)
United States
Sacramento, CA
Galleria Boulevard Roseville
30.00
(6.25)
Canada
Saskatoon, SK
21st Street E.
27.45
0.00
United States
Columbia, SC
Gervais Street
26.20
Lithuania
Kaunas
Laisves Alley
25.62
(43.33)
Panama
Panama City
Calle 50
25.00
United States
Hartford, CT
Glastonbury Boulevard
25.00
United States
Reno, NV
South Virginia Street
24.00
(27.27)
Latvia
Riga
Kalku
22.61
(40.00)
Lithuania
Klaipeda
H.Manto Street
22.61
(40.00)
United States
Boise, ID
Milwaukee Street
20.50
(6.82)
United States
Bakersfield, CA
Ming Avenue
18.00
(40.00)
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Colliers International is a leading global real estate services company that provides a full range of services to real estate users, owners and investors worldwide. Colliers operates in 61 countries. Services include brokerage, property management, hotel investment sales and consulting, corporate services, valuation, consulting and appraisal services, mortgage banking and research.
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