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Herb Weitzman

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Commercial Real Estate

How Parking Requirement Changes Could Benefit DFW’s Retail Market

The elimination of parking minimums could be one of the most significant new drivers in restaurant and other retail development in decades, writes Herb Weitzman.
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Commercial Real Estate

How DFW’S Retail Market Quietly Became Commercial Real Estate’s Strongest Category

Herb Weitzman: As of mid-year 2023, the market maintained record-high occupancy, even in light of highly publicized closings from two legacy retailers, Bed Bath & Beyond and Tuesday Morning.
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Commercial Real Estate

Here’s A Look at Local Retail Market Trends of 2022

Herb Weitzman: Record low development last year means that the region's population and housing growth have caught up to its formerly overbuilt inventory.
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Commercial Real Estate

Key Takeaways from Weitzman’s 2022 Retail Survey and Forecast

The forecast? "For 2022 and 2023, we are looking forward to a healthy retail market," says Weitzman's Michelle Caplan.
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Commercial Real Estate

DFW Expected to Report Lowest Level of New Retail Space in History

Retail real estate guru Herb Weitzman on why the numbers don't reflect development activity.
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Commercial Real Estate

Herb Weitzman: Lessons Learned, Lessons Shared, And Why I Work With Students

Starting a real estate empire from scratch is harder these days, but the Weitzman leader says he wants to share his wisdom with the next generation.
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Personnel Moves: Former Pizza Hut CEO to Lead Topgolf

Plus, Dunaway hires a new CEO and Holt Lunsford welcomes new leadership.
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Commercial Real Estate

New Lineup of Contributing Editors for D CEO Real Estate

More than 100 market leaders have signed on to share their perspectives on industry trends, economic reports, and various sectors and submarkets.
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Commercial Real Estate

The Pandemic and Retail Real Estate: Where Are We Now?

The pandemic created nearly 2 million square feet of vacancy in DFW, says industry expert Herb Weitzman. But are we in a bad place?
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DFW Midyear Retail Report: Occupancy Declines in Wake of COVID-19

Market also hit by big-chain closings but comes into downturn from a position of strength.
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