Permit Expeditors Keep Shopping Centers Attractive for Consumers

Permit Expeditors Keep Shopping Centers Attractive for Consumers It doesn’t take a decade of experience in real estate development or as permit expeditors to be aware of that one space. You know the space. It’s that space that was a frozen yogurt shop then turned into a karate studio, and then it was turned into a tax accounting office for a couple of months. Spaces like these are a credible risk to the person owning the space or investing in the redevelopment of it. Spaces must remain attractive to retailers and shoppers in order to be viable to the stakeholders investing …

Oct 17, 2016 By admin

The Vowels of Mall Permits

Fundamentals of the Project Mall permits hinge on a good mall design, that is, whether a city will want to have the project in the planning phase. In order to help our clients have the best experience through the jurisdictional process, Permit Advisors has compiled the vowel-or building blocks- of a good mall development. A-Authentic: A good mall development is authentic to the sense of the place it is being developed. Local consumers will not want to visit a mall that isn’t true to their neighborhood, and this, coincidentally, is another rally cry for NIMBYs (Not in My Back Yard). …

May 22, 2016 By admin

Letter to Our Readers: Evolution of the Mall Experience

Letter to Our Readers: Evolution of the Mall Experience Dear Permit Advisors Reader, It is no secret the mall experience is evolving because malls, as we know them, are dead. It is also no secret consumers are looking for novel and unique experiences from their shopping centers. Designers, developers, investors, brokers, and pretty much everyone is scrambling to predict what the “next big thing” in mall concepts will be. Well, Permit Advisors can’t predict what next tech or unique thingamabob millennials and baby boomers are going to want from their shopping centers, but we can help you get your project …

May 8, 2016 By admin

3 Reasons The Retail Decline is a Myth

While most of the commercial development industry believes retail is on the decline, Permit Advisors believes retailers are declining but adapting to a new consumer base and we have three reasons why.

Feb 26, 2016 By admin