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Starbucks details plan to reopen 90% of U.S. stores by June 1 - with big changes

Published Friday, May 1, 2020

There are some major changes afoot — temporarily — as Starbucks Corp. ramps up to open its U.S. stores, which have been closed amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Pharma, medical equipment driving Miami warehouse demand

Published Thursday, April 30, 2020

Some industries that drove demand in South Florida’s warehouse market — such as flowers — are shrinking due to the coronavirus pandemic. But one is growing: Pharma.

Five Below reopened 100-plus locations this week

Published Thursday, April 30, 2020

Five Below has started reopening its stores, with more to come. 

The biggest US mall owner prepares to reopen 49 properties. Here's how that will work

Published Wednesday, April 29, 2020

The mall owner said it will be providing free CDC-approved masks and hand sanitizing packets to shoppers who ask for them. It said it will make free temperature testing available to customers using infrared thermometers. 

A safe bet: South Florida’s industrial market could boom after pandemic

Published Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Industry experts believe that e-commerce will take off due to coronavirus

Back to work: CRE professionals anticipate gradual return of office staff

Published Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Only 16% of survey respondents reported plans to bring all of their employees back at once.

Walmart hiring another 50,000 employees as demand continues

Published Monday, April 20, 2020

The nation’s largest private employer is ramping up hiring for the second time in less than a month amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Treasury Department works to fix glitches in small business loan program

Published Thursday, April 16, 2020

As of Wednesday afternoon, nearly a third of the money allocated for small business loans under the CARES Act was spent. Now, the Treasury Department is asking Congress for more funding.

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The Future of Florida's Property Taxes and Property Values

As the state economy tries to bounce back from closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Franchisees are back in the real estate game, thanks to the pandemic

While many all-cash investors are waiting to see how the pandemic progresses, opportunities are opening up for commercial buyers who depend on financing.

Dick's swings to loss but online surges; sees improving Q2 conditions

Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. swung to a first-quarter loss as closed stores took a big toll on sales. But the company said it sees “progressive recovery” in early second-quarter sales.