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        Fall 2017 Manhattan Retail Report

        November 21, 2017

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        INTRODUCTION

        The Manhattan retail leasing market is still in a corrective period. The increased rents of previous years are receding. Deals are still getting done, but they favor parties willing to be flexible with deal structure, uses, asking rent adjustments, and increased concession packages.

        The correction may prove healthy for both the short and long-term viability of the Manhattan retail leasing market.  In the near-term, retail property owner representatives in our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group say that rent adjustments offer a chance for quality retailers to explore markets that were previously too expensive. Other retail brokers in our Advisory Group add that this is an environment for price discovery in a market that is still learning about the effects of online retailing.  With stable personal consumption fundamentals and retail demand, our Advisory Group sees this period of declining average asking rents as an opportunity for owners and retailers to find a new equilibrium rent level that promotes long-term tenancy.

        Looking at retail from a broader perspective, there are significant transformations underway in the role that physical retail plays in a company’s overall sales strategy.  When demand is low for traditional spaces and long-term leases, an owner can experiment with tenants who are trying new ideas in presenting their retail concepts, brands, and products.  Should these ideas eventually become the norm in retailing, our Advisory Group members note that the owner will be in an early and advantageous positon to provide the right space solutions for retail tenants.

        While these new, longer-term rent dynamics play out, the retail brokers in our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group have reported that both retailers and owners have been very flexible participants in the retail leasing market. Tenants have been searching out value in the market and have been more open to side street space near, but not on the major retail corridors analyzed in our report. In Midtown, the Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group brokers have noticed this strictly from a value perspective, whereas Downtown side streets include a “hipness factor” being located off major corridors and away from the crowds.  Areas on Lafayette Street and the side streets of SoHo have experienced this as fashionable streetwear brands have sought out more space in Manhattan.  Also, pop-up shops on short-term leases have continued to proliferate around the city with owners being more amenable to flexible deals.  However, pop-ups have been facing big challenges when owners are contractually obligated to keep high rent levels due to financing agreements.

        EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

        As the market’s natural correction continues, per square foot (psf) ground floor retail asking rents declined year-over-year in 13 of the 17 high profile corridors that the Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) Manhattan Retail Report surveys bi-annually. The most resilient corridors to this trend were the Flatiron Fifth Avenue corridor, between 14th and 23rd Streets, where the ground floor retail average asking rent rose 15 percent to $449 psf year-over-year; and the Lower Manhattan Broadway corridor, between Battery Park and Chambers Street, where the average asking rent increased two percent year-over-year to $374 psf.

        Upper Fifth Avenue, between 49th and 59th Streets, as well as East 86th Street, between Lexington and Second Avenue, both had increasing average asking rents this fall compared to last fall. Those corridors had very limited ground floor retail availability, which made market conditions more difficult to discern. 

        Bleecker Street, between Seventh Avenue South and Hudson Street, had the biggest average asking rent reduction this fall compared to last year: a 25 percent decline to $351 psf.  Our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group noted that asking rents in this corridor greatly overshot their viable range due to a lack of weekday foot traffic and being better suited to cater to local neighborhood needs.

        On the Upper West Side, our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group noted concern for the effect of zoning regulations on ground floor retail spaces. They observed that restrictive zoning limitations to storefront size have cut down the number of viable potential tenants in a market that is already struggling with reduced demand.  Fall 2017’s average asking rent of $291 psf on Broadway, between West 72nd Street and West 86th Street, was a 15 percent decrease from last fall.  On Columbus Avenue, between West 66th Street and West 79th Street, the average asking rent fell 16 percent to $338 psf compared to last fall.

        We must reiterate that the rents quoted in this report are asking rents for available retail spaces.  The physical components and location of a retail space factor greatly into its rental value. Attributes such as street/avenue frontage, ceiling height, and presence of below and above grade space can also affect value.  Consequently, in corridors with low availability, a high quality retail space coming to market can increase the average and median asking rents greatly.  Also, in smaller corridors, a lack of available spaces may lead, in some cases, to adjacent blocks becoming of greater interest to retailers.

        Accordingly, we have provided information about the retail rent range as well as asking rent information from six months and 12 months ago to provide a rich statistical context in order to evaluate current market conditions.  In addition, we would like to note that the surveyed corridors in this report represent the top tier retail corridors in New York City. Rents on adjoining side streets may lease for considerably less than the locations we are profiling. Lastly, as we have learned in the 17 years that we have been preparing this report, retail brokers active in the market are an invaluable source of information and trends that cannot be fully captured by the numbers in our report.  We attempt to provide an overview of the market at a particular point in time that is based on the available listings of our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group and the REBNY Retail Committee members, which include all the major retail brokers and owners in Manhattan. 

        ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

        Data for the Manhattan Retail Report was provided by REBNY brokers and property owners from the Commercial Brokerage Retail Committee, and comprised of asking rent prices for their current, available ground floor retail listings. REBNY’s Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group includes: Robin Abrams of Eastern Consolidated, Karen Bellantoni of RKF, Matt Chmielecki of CBRE, Benjamin Fox of SCG Retail, Andrew Goldberg of CBRE, David A. Green of Colliers International, Jordan Kaplan of CBRE, Andrew Mandell of Ripco Real Estate Corporation, Joanne Podell of Cushman & Wakefield, Fred Posniak of Empire State Realty Trust, Jeffrey Roseman of Newmark Knight Frank, Craig Slosberg of Jones Lang LaSalle, and Alan Victor of The Lansco Corporation. 

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            Spring 2018 Manhattan Retail Report

            May 16, 2018

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            INTRODUCTION

            Asking rents in the Manhattan retail leasing market are continuing to adjust, in addition to landlord concessions which affect net effective rents.  While declines have continued across Manhattan’s top retail corridors into spring 2018, our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group stated that there have been developments in the market that offer reasons for optimism.

            Owners’ flexibility on lease terms have become more consistent since the fall and retailers, who paused their search for brick-and-mortar space through transitioning market conditions, have returned to explore new opportunities.  Transactions and offer volume have increased, and there have also been reports of competitive bidding for spaces priced appropriately in key retail locations.

            A major theme in the transition of the Manhattan retail landscape, as emphasized by our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group brokers, has been the shift from retail brands occupying numerous locations around the city to fewer, but more impactful locations. Retailers of food, apparel, and service providers, are all attempting to market their product though the enhanced use of technology.  Retailers have employed the use of artificial intelligence, robotics, and data mining to provide a personalized shopping experience that provides brand empathy and is also social media friendly.  Their physical retail spaces are designed as an extension of these marketing efforts to create a sense of “belonging” and shareable moments for the customer.

            These innovative retailers are finding formulas to make stores work in the new urban retail paradigm. During previous market cycles, retailers were drawn to major Manhattan shopping corridors and reliable foot traffic.  The appeal of these streets remain while tenant interest has partially shifted to locations slightly off the main shopping corridors, as creative retailers seek nearby locations whose cachet is on the rise. Through personal branding, creative promotion, and an inventive use of space, quality retailers create their own foot traffic.

            This process can transform retail corridors and shift retail boundaries.  Over the past few years in the Meatpacking District, brands shifted their sights to Washington Street, which they viewed as more fashionable than West 14th Street. Washington Street now commands the highest ground floor retail rents in the district.  A similar situation is currently playing out in SoHo where Lafayette Street and its neighboring side streets are competing with the established Broadway corridor.   

            Rent and repositioning are not the only current concerns for Manhattan retailers.  Establishments are also dealing with heightened challenges from legislation, most notably mandated labor cost increases.  The $15 per hour minimum wage law will fully vest at the end of 2018, which poses an additional cost uncertainty for retailers, especially labor-intensive restaurants.  This law, as well as the expensive cost of restaurant build outs, has the potential to impede retail leases with food tenants.  These deals have thrived during the retail adjustment period and are very important to neighborhood development.

            EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

            The Manhattan retail market’s orderly correction continued this spring with per square foot (psf) ground floor retail average asking rents declining year-over-year in 9 of the 17 high-profile corridors that the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) surveys bi-annually.

            The few corridors with year-over-year increases were: Midtown South’s Flatiron Broadway corridor, between 14th and 23rd Streets, where the ground floor retail average asking rent rose three percent to $360 psf year-over-year; the West Side’s Broadway corridor, between West 72nd and West 86th Streets, where the average asking rent increased three percent year-over-year to $325 psf; and Lower Manhattan’s Broadway corridor, between Battery Park and Chambers Street, where the average asking rent increased two percent year-over-year to $368 psf in spring 2018.

            Midtown’s Upper Fifth Avenue, between 49th and 59th Streets, also registered a higher average asking rent this spring compared to last spring.  The spring 2018 average of $3,900 psf was 17 percent greater than last spring. Very limited ground floor retail availability along this corridor made market conditions more difficult to discern.

            Similarly, we were unable to determine if the $975 psf average asking rent this spring on Midtown’s East 57th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue, was an increase or decrease from last spring due to insufficient availabilities for that period.

            SoHo’s Broadway corridor, between Houston Street and Broome Street, saw the biggest average asking rent drop this spring compared to last year; a 27 percent decline to $595 psf.  Our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group noted that the corridor is undergoing a major transition in rents due to nearby competition and a changing perception of the corridor by major brands.

            Average asking rents on the East Side’s Third Avenue, between East 60th and East 72nd Streets, fell 26 percent to $264 this spring compared to last spring.  After reaching a record high average asking rent of $371 psf in spring 2016, the corridor then began to experience high availability and low demand.  Retail property owners have adjusted rents accordingly and there has been more deal-making and renewed retailer interest in the corridor.

            We must reiterate that the rents quoted in this report are asking rents for available retail spaces.  The physical components and location of a retail space factor greatly into its rental value. Attributes such as street/avenue frontage, ceiling height, and presence of below and above grade space can also affect value.  Consequently, in corridors with low availability, a high quality retail space coming to market can increase the average and median asking rents greatly.  Also, in smaller corridors, a lack of available spaces may lead, in some cases, to adjacent blocks becoming of greater interest to retailers.

            Accordingly, we have provided information about the retail rent range as well as asking rent information from six months and 12 months ago to provide a rich, statistical context in order to evaluate current market conditions.  In addition, we would like to note that the surveyed corridors in this report represent the top tier retail corridors in New York City. Rents on adjoining side streets may lease for considerably less than the locations we are profiling. Lastly, as we have learned over the 18 years that we have been preparing this report, retail brokers who are active in the market are an invaluable source of information and trends that cannot be fully captured by the numbers in our report.  We attempt to provide an overview of the market at a particular point in time that is based on the available listings of our Manhattan Retail Report Advisory Group and Retail Committee members, which include all the major retail brokers and owners in Manhattan.

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                  Occasionally you will come across the need to re-order the contents of an NSArray. One reason could be that you want to put the contents of an NSArray in to a table view, but in a different order to what is currently in the NSArray. This tutorial shows one way (of many) of how this can be done.

                  The method we will look at in this tutorial is the sortedArrayUsingComparator: which is an instance method from the NSArray class. On first looks, this can look a little complicated, but if you take time to read through and see what is happening, it begins to make perfect sense. It also makes for quite clean code too.

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                  Looking above we have line 1 which has an NSArray (arrayOfObjects) that we will be putting the results in. On the right side of the = we also use that same arrayOfObjects and then pass it the sortedArrayUsingComparator: method. We then have a block passed in as an argument. This is boiler plate code and is provided by code completion when you start to type out sortedArr…..

                  Although the internal workings might be obscured from us, what we do know is what happens when we use this block.

                  What we have is two objects of type id. obj1 is the first and is followed by obj2.

                  When this block is run, it passes each object from the NSArray to obj1 and obj2 which in turn, lets us take the contents of those objects and run them through our own custom comparison at which point, we return a value. The process then repeats until all objects have been used.

                  Adding to the code above, we can then do the following:

                  Lets say that we have an NSArray of CLBeacon objects which has an NSNumber for minor values (if you are interested in iBeacons, take a look at our tutorial here ). If we want to order the array of beacons by minor value, we can use each object and run the minor values through the comparison.

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                          CLBeacon *beacon1 = obj1;
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                  Here is the code we end up with.

                  What we are doing here is running a custom method called sortArrayItemsByMinorValue:. We pass this an NSArray.
                  We already discussed line 2 above, so I won’t repeat that here.
                  Lines 3 and 4 we have a few options here, but for the sake of showing that obj1 and obj2 are of type CLBeacon, I manually created these and called them beacon1 and beacon2 and stored obj1 and obj2 in them. If you were allowing others to subclass you, you would want to use more robust code here so that an NSString doesn’t get passed in to a CLBeacon object.

                  Now that we have beacon1 and beacon2, we can now run some comparisons on these. To do this we move to 5 where we compare beacon1.minor to beacon2.minor. If the value of beacon1 is smaller than the value of beacon2 we return an (NSComparisonResult)NTOrderedAscending. If its the other way around, we pass NSOrderedDescending. Finally, if it is neither we pass NSOrderedSame.

                  This process is cycled through however many times vs objects in the array that you are comparing and when done, the new array has been stored in the NSArray called arrayOfObjects on line 2. You might choose to make this method return an NSString. If so, just add return arrayOfObjects; before the method closes out.

                  If you want to switch the order so that they go in reverse, simply change the comparators around in the if statement to a greater than or less than so that the correct beacon is ordered as needed.

                  Conclusion

                  Although you will find a manual way of doing this, probably by comparing values 1 at a time and then adding them to a mutable array in the desired order, I find it far simpler to get familiar with the sorting methods that the NSArray class provides. Some take a little bit of work to understand, but once you get them you’ll find that you can accomplish the task in an efficient manner with relatively few lines of code.

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                  1. Nice explanation, thanks. Typo though – in your code example there, you define the method as -(void), it should return -(NSComparisonResult*) though, right? Thanks though, good explanation! Luke

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                      The return is returning for the comparison block.

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                  Author: Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.
                  Title: Bacon’s Essays, with annotations by Richard Whately and notes and a glossarial index, by Franklin Fiske Heard.
                  Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
                  2005
                  Rights/Permissions: Where applicable, subject to copyright. Please go to http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html for more information.
                  Print source: Bacon’s Essays, with annotations by Richard Whately and notes and a glossarial index, by Franklin Fiske Heard.
                  Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626., Whately, Richard, ed. 1787-1863., Heard, Franklin Fiske, 1825-1889.

                  Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1868.
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                  April Fool’s Day is coming. I want to play a joke to my friend, and intend to send the affectionate text messages from a fake caller ID to him. How can I create that?

                  I forgot the date time with my boy friend, and he is very angery now. I want to create a fake error text messages to show that I did send him the text messages to cancel the date. I know it is not very good. But I really want to turn each other on.

                  Send Fake Text Messages

                  In daily life, fake text messages are created for various reasons. The fake caller ID text message to friends may be a joke. The fake error or blocked text messages sending may avoid much trouble for yourself. For whatever reason, you need fake text messages sometimes. In this post, we will show you how to send various fake text messages.

                  Note: Fake text message are for your personal use to get out of awkward situation or amuse your friend, not for any fraud for any illegal use.

                  • How to send fake caller ID text messages online
                  • How to send fake error or blocked text message to others online
                  • How to send a fake text message to friends/yourself online
                  • How to send fake text message on phone with app or APK

                  How to send fake caller ID text messages online

                  Fake caller ID text message means the text messages are from someone that the receiver does not know. To some extent, it can be regarded as the anonymous text message, which you can use to play the joke on your friends or someone you want.

                  Step 1Go to http://www.sendanonymoussms.com/ , which is online fake text message app.

                  Step 2Type the SMS sender’s phone number with the spoofed number, the receiver’s country, the receiver’s phone number, and the fake text message content.

                  Step 3Click “SEND SMS” to send the free fake text message.

                  How to send fake error or blocked text message to others online

                  Want someone to stop texting you? You can send the fake error or blocked text message to them to stop receiving the text message from someone you do not want.

                  Still what you need is http://www.sendanonymoussms.com/ to help you.

                  Step 1Repeat Step 1 as the first part.

                  Step 2Type the SMS sender’s phone number. Here the sender’s phone number you will type as the receiver’s carrier. Then the receiver’s country and phone number. For tshe fake text message, you need to input like “Service error 305: Message delivery failed. Further message will be charge to your account”, and so on.

                  Step 3Click “SEND SMS” to create a fake error/blocked text message conversation.

                  How to send a fake text message to friends/yourself online

                  Ever forgot to send an important SMS to someone? Trick your friends and make them believe you received the message of their dream? Here you can create and send a fake text message or messages to yourself.

                  Step 1Go to http://iphonefaketext.com/ , here is the fake text message app if you are iPhone users.

                  Step 2here is the fake text message app if you are iPhone users.

                  Internet to select 2G, 3G, 4G or WIFI for iMeessages.

                  Time for set the receiving or sending time.

                  Name to select the sender’s name.

                  In the content editing bar, you can edit the fake text message that you want to send or receive.

                  Add Image allows you to add image for MMS fake sending or receiving.

                  Step 3Select “Send” or “Receive” and click “ADD MESSAGE” to send or receive the fake text messages.

                  If you checkmark “Receive”, then the fake the text message created by yourself will send to yourself.

                  Receive Fake Text Messages

                  If you checkmark “Send”, then the fake text message will be created to your friends to show you did “send” the text message at some time.

                  Send Fake Text Message

                  In this method, you do not need to provide the phone number but the screenshot to show your friends that you did send or receive the text message.

                  How to send fake text message on phone with app or APK

                  If you do not want to use the fake text messaging service, you can free apps to create fake text messages.

                  Fake Text Message (Android)

                  Fake Text Message is the free Android fake text message APK. It also lets you send the fake MMS.

                  Step 1Run this app on your Android phone.

                  Step 2Input the phone number of someone that you want to send to, set the time and date, select the type of message you want to fake from Inbox (fake received SMS), Outbox (fake SMS sent to anyone), Sent (fake SMS sent successfully to anyone), Failed (fake SMS that failed to send) and Draft (fake SMS saved as draft), and then tap the text message, here you could also add attachments.

                  Step 3Hit “FAKE” to send the fake text message.

                  Fake Text Message on Android

                  Fake-A-Text (iOS)

                  Fake-A-Text is the iPhone iPad iPod touch app that enables you to type in the sender and the message of a fake text that will be sent you iPhone or even iPod touch.

                  Step 1Download and install this fake text message app on your iPhone.

                  Step 2Select the contact phone number and type the fake text message content. Here you could also choose from pre-written texts. Then set the timer.

                  Step 3Tap “Send My Fake-A-Text!” to trick your friends that you did receive the text message from him or her.

                  Fake Text Message on iOS

                  Extended reading: If your iPhone suffers from not sending text messages for truth, then you should read this post: How to Fix iPhone Not Sending or Receiving Texts .

                  From the above ways, you can easily to create the fake text message to “send” or “receive” text message to yourself or friends to make the life better.

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