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    "Nearly every major retail destination has had a diverse dining element as an anchor to the experience," says Josh Gelfman, Director of Development for Terranova Corp. " The same is true worldwide - from one end of the globe to the other - and for decades running." Gelfman's insights help shed light on the real estate and management company's recent addition to the South Beach market - The Lincoln Eatery.

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    Miami-Dade Urban Street Report 2016

    Fresh off one of the busiest and largest new development cycles the area has ever seen, metropolitan Miami-Dade is continuing to thrive while many other urban markets are slowing down. Even as residential sales are leveling off, Miami's retail component is strong, growing, and pushing to respond to ever-increasing demand for high-street locations in the City's most popular neighborhoods.

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    Miami Beach Retail Report 2015

    Miami Beach has long since been a coveted travel destination luring visitors with its shopping, illustrious night life, and world renowned beaches; but visitors aren't the only ones feeling the pull to SoBe. Premier shopping destinations like Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue are prime locations for retailers looking to make their mark on South Florida.

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    Main Streets Get Makeovers

    A movement is occurring in Miami that is transforming its once suburban inhabitants to urban city dwellers. This movement has brought with it various trends in the commercial real estate industry that are changing the structure of Miami's metropolitan areas. New construction abounds, revamping Miami's urban cores and really putting this city on the map as a modern, innovative, and interactive destination.

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    Urban Retail Report 2014-2015

    An unrelenting draw toward urban lifestyles characterized South Florida's major retail streets in 2014, as national and international retailers grabbed new locations in urban settings. Not only national and international, but local restaurants and cafes, fashion stores, and art galleries continue to find a thriving environment for new concepts and a fertile ground for expansion in the region's major retail streets. As a result, average asking rent climbed on all South Florida major retails streets.…

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    Miami-Dade Retail Report 2014

    Average shopping center rents in Miami-Dade county went up 9.5% since early 2013, showing the largest increase in recent years along with a noticeable pick-up in big-box leasing and new development. New shopping centers are speckling the suburban landscape, a surge of new retail construction is sweeping through downtown Miami, and two long-proposed mixed-use projects in Doral have be revived, foretelling new retail destinations in that area.

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    Broward Retail Report 2014

    Average asking rent in Broward county's shopping centers increased 6.3% between 2013 and 2014, the third year in a row the county shows an increase in average rent, and the highest jump since the upward slope began in 2012.

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    Palm Beach Retail Report 2014

    Average asking rent in Palm Beach County shopping centers increased in 2013, for a second year in a row, continuing the slow but steady recovery that began in 2011. Occupancy also increased, but only slightly, as some of the county's shopping centers still contend with vacant big boxes, contributing to the overall double-digit vacancy rate.

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    Urban Retail Report 2013

    Occupancy and asking rents have kept an upward trend in South Florida’s retail streets, with Lincoln Road continuing to exceed in rental levels. New energy is apparent in all South Florida retail streets, from posh Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to gritty Flagler Street in downtown Miami, two streets newly included in this annual report, and which illustrate the challenges and conquests at the two extremes of the urban street experience.

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    Broward County Retail Report 2013

    Broward County’s shopping centers continue the upward slope in rents and occupancy that began last year, showing a 3.5% increase in average asking rent between 2012 and 2013. Occupancy continues to improve in most submarkets, but some areas remain mired in double-digit vacancy. Two tenants new to the market signed for locations in Broward, while several big-box tenants such as Whole Foods and Dick’s Sporting Goods seized new locations in the county.

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    Miami-Dade County Retail Report 2013

    Average shopping center rents in Miami-Dade County increased slightly over the course of 2012 and into 2013, continuing a steady, if slow and uneven recovery. Several big-box retailers are stepping up activity and securing sites, while developers are ramping up a cadre of new retail projects, as vacancy pressure over asking rents continues to dissipate. Nonetheless, countywide vacancy increased slightly, with three big-box retailers closing stores and inline tenancy still showing brisk turnover in some…

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    Broward County Retail Report 2012

    Broward County’s shopping centers reversed a three-year trend of downward rents, showing an increase of 3.1% in countywide average asking rent between 2011 and 2012. But the recovery is spotty as vacancy remains a noticeable challenge in several of the county’s submarkets.

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    Urban Retail Report 2012

    Occupancy and asking rents have kept an upward trend in South Florida’s retail streets, with Lincoln Road continuing to exceed in rental levels. New energy is apparent in all South Florida retail streets, from posh Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to gritty Flagler Street in downtown Miami, two streets newly included in this annual report, and which illustrate the challenges and conquests at the two extremes of the urban street experience.

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    Miami-Dade County Retail Report 2011-2012

    Occupancy and average asking rent in Miami-Dade shopping centers are holding steady going into 2012, sustaining the improvement they began to exhibit a year before and settling into the county’s new normal.

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    Palm Beach County Retail Report 2011

    Palm Beach County shopping centers exhibit a double-digit vacancy rate in 2011, but minor improvement in occupancy is holding asking rents steadier than in the preceding two years.

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