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Signage for Retail

Mar 28, 2019
The ability to see a storefront from a major roadway, intersection or pedestrian sidewalk is a major consideration [more]
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Calculate Rent NNN Leases

Jun 01, 2018
Most retail leases are triple net leases in which the landlord is charging base rent but also passing along “ [more]
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Retailers Amazon-Proof Business

May 21, 2018
Just a few years ago, retailers could just be an aggregator of brands and make money. The continued rapid rise of A [more]
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Retail Signage

May 18, 2018
Signs serve as markers and create individual identities for businesses that add to the greater identity of a neighb [more]
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Tenant Rent Reduction Agreement

Apr 25, 2018
A commercial tenant is behind in rent but is willing to pay back the past due monies over time.  If the landlord be [more]
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Mattress Stores future

Nov 15, 2016
Shopping Centers Today, the popular trade rag among retail brokers and developers recently published an article  [more]
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New Retailer coming to Hyattsville

Aug 11, 2013
New Retailer coming to Hyattsville – On behalf of Post Properties, we are excited to announce Nail Envy  & [more]
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New Yoga Studio Coming To Clarendon

Jan 02, 2013
Susan Park of Spark Yoga, has signed a lease with to occupy 3,000 square feet in Clarendon, Virginia. Expect an ope [more]
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Bella Bridesmaid

Nov 20, 2011
Bella Bridesmaid hired Capital Retail Group to find and negotiate lease terms for their first Washington area store [more]
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All Fired Up

Jul 25, 2011
All Fired Up is a pottery studio geared toward kids of all ages with locations in Bethesda and Cleveland Park. With [more]
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Capital Teas Seeking Sites

Jan 09, 2011
Capital Teas seeks new locations in DC Maryland and Virginia
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Curbside Cupcakes

Jul 13, 2010
Curbside CupcakesOriginally uploaded by Capital Retail Group It is critical to limit overhead while still producing [more]
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