Louisville’s retail real estate market features power centers, factory outlets, community retail centers, neighborhood centers, strip/convenience centers, standalone buildings, and out parcels. Retail tenants range from national credit tenants, often recognizable household brand names to small independent Mom-and-Pops shops. Many factors and metrics are at play in retail signage, signalized intersections, NCTs, TI, anchor, ground lease, NNN, traffic (vpd) are all considerations for retail property.
It’s no secret that the so-called “Amazon Effect” is impacting the traditional brick and mortar retailers and retail real estate investors alike. The emergence of e-commerce is a driving force It will also influence how developers build future retail properties.
One Percent CRE is well versed in the language and challenges of retail real estate. We stay informed of
the latest trends and technology, constantly keeping close watch on the Louisville marketplace. We work with new investors and seasoned owners alike to develop sales strategies and encourage collaboration with investor's CPA to achieve desired goals.