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Ask the Expert: How Has the Rising Cost of Construction Materials Impacted Insurance for Commercial Property Owners?
Eric Smith, Director of Claims and Risk Management with Franklin Street’s Insurance Services Division, share his expert insight
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Jacksonville Business Journal: Jax Retail has Recovered From Pandemic
Retail real estate on the First Coast has largely recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Franklin Street Research
Read More Fears Over Older Buildings After Surfside Condo Collapse Lead to Redevelopment Opportunities
Franklin Street's Dan Dratch explains how factors like more frequent inspections requirements and increased insurance rates have developers, investors and residents are looking for other alternatives.
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Shopping Center Business: Investors, Retailers All Want A Piece Of The Sunshine State
Shopping Center Business recently published an in-depth feature on the Florida retail market with insight from Franklin Street's Adam J. Tiktin and Carrie Smith.
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Franklin Street In The News

South Florida Business Journal: Property under contract to be sold in area that will ‘look very different three years from now,’ broker says

December 3, 2021

A 49-year-old office building in North Miami Beach is under contract to be sold for just under its listing price of $10 million, a broker involved in the pending deal told the South Florida Business Journal. Adam Tiktin, a managing director of mixed-use office and retail for the Tampa-headquartered commercial brokerage Franklin Street, said he brokered…

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Jacksonville Business Journal: After years of ups and down, 220 Riverside commercial space comes alive again

December 1, 2021

The previously vacant ground floor commercial space at 220 Riverside, a mixed-use building in the Brooklyn area of Jacksonville, will soon be fully leased once again, according to the retail team at Franklin Street. When the development at 220 Riverside opened in 2015, it was with great fanfare, with the commercial space in the property attracting some high-end tenants. The adjacent Unity…

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Shopping Center Business: Healthcare Tenants Grow Presence In Retail Environments

Landlords focus on consumer convenience by signing healthcare tenants to fulfill demand for medical services and boost profitability. Since the Great Recession, shopping center and mixed-use owners and developers have become more amenable to alternative tenants. Over the past few years, it has become more common for to turn to healthcare tenants as the population…

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CoStar News: Investors Pour Into Student Housing Deals

Return to In-Person Learning Boosted Demand in Recent Months Even as Enrollment Declines, Fannie Mae Says The return of most college students to in-person learning this fall has given a boost to student housing, according to a new analysis from Fannie Mae, the government-sponsored mortgage giant. Improving fundamentals have brought investors back en masse, and…

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Atlanta Business Chronicle: They Said It Feature- Monetha Cobb

November 30, 2021

Franklin Street Atlanta’s Monetha Cobb was quoted in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s feature on hiring trends during the pandemic. The article shows that there has been a month to month decrease in labor force participation that is not expected to significantly improve anytime soon- in part due to the nation’s shifting demographic. The feature also…

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