Category: Patrick Toomey

Retail Property Sector Poised for Significant Activity Through 2022

As published in GlobeSt 12/22/2021 Retail Property Sector Poised for Significant Activity Through 2022 | GlobeSt The most coveted retail asset is by far grocery-anchored centers as the risk-adjusted returns warrant attention. By Patrick Toomey | December 21, 2021 at 06:10 PM The retail sector continues to experience bullish investors as it has proven to be a strong […]

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Institutional Property Advisors Closes 28-Property Fred Meyer Portfolio Sale

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 5, 2021– Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI), as exclusive advisor to Cincinnati-based The Kroger Co. and Portland-based Fred Meyer Stores Inc., announced today the successful sale to Florida-based Benderson Development and leaseback of a 4.5-million-square-foot, 28-property portfolio of absolute net-leased Fred Meyer superstores consisting of 380 […]

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How to Withstand Retail Disruptions, Find Opportunity

As published December 2, 2020 in Commercial Property Executive Lessons from previous crises will help owners survive the current market upheaval, according to Patrick Toomey of Institutional Property Advisors. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant economic and societal fallout has been far-reaching and is unique when it comes to the “why” of […]

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Industry Changing Insights from ICSC RECon

ICSC’s 2018 RECon Global Retail Real Estate Convention hosted the world’s largest global gathering of retail real estate professionals, among whom industry acumen and insights were shared and discussed. We answered questions like “What is the future of malls and power centers?” “How will technology play a role in maintaining a competitive advantage for retail […]

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Top Five Considerations to Make When Purchasing Corporations that Hold Real Estate​

Our team has recently been assigned the task of selling 100% of the shares of an S corporation which holds real estate assets. This opportunity brought up a challenge in assessing the benefits and risks of holding real estate in a corporation as opposed to an LLC or a sole proprietorship, and the tax implications […]

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