Manhattan Retail

Retailers experience another drop in asking rents Average asking prices in 13 shopping districts are down almost 20 percent

CBRE s Andrew Goldberg and stores in the Meatpacking District (Credit: CBRE and Getty Images)

Retailers who have balked at soaring Manhattan rental costs may have noticed some reprieve this year, with reported asking prices dropping by almost a 20 percent across most shopping districts in the city.

The average price of ground-floor retail rental spa上海贵族宝贝交流区

上海贵族宝贝论坛
ce dropped by 19.5 percent 上海千花网论坛

上海千花网
in 13 of 16 shopping districts in the first quarter of the year, a significant fall from last year s average $653 per square foot, according to The Wall阿拉爱上海同城

爱上海龙凤419桑拿
Street Journal.

The figures come at a time when merchants are fending off the rise of online shopping, and fewer retailers are seeking out physical shopfr上海千花网

爱上海同城对对碰
onts. Average rental prices in the Meatpacking District s Washington street, between 14th and Gansevoort streets, fell to $490 per square foot, down from $623, the publication reported, citing a CBRE report.

“I think we will start to see some more of the savvier tenants of companies realize we’re starting to get to a point where they can drive some good deals for themselves,” Andrew Goldberg, CBRE s vice chairman, told the Journal

The 20 percent drop follows similar reports at the beginning of the year, when average asking rents in Manhattan’s 16 retail corridors dropped by 18.4 percent year-on-year in 2017.

Another report, released earlier this month by Cushman Wakefield, found that 10 out of 11 Manhattan shopping districts saw asking rents dec新上海贵族宝贝论坛

上海贵族宝贝交流区
line over the past year.

It also noted that the city s most expensive retail rentals, on Fifth Avenue between 49th and 60th streets, were down to an asking average of $2,592 per square foot during the first quarter of the year from $3,188 per square foot during the first three months of 2017. [WSJ] David Jeans

Tags: CBRE, Commercial Real Estate, NYC Retail Market
We are having some technical difficulties. Try again later.

By clicking Subscribe you agree to our Privacy Policy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Tags: