A retail planning and
real estate consulting firm
based in New York City and
the San Francisco Bay Area
– John Shapiro, Chair, Pratt Institute’s Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment
Getting Retail Right
As the first and only land use that everyone can see and assess, retail assumes an outsized role in how streets, centers and communities are experienced and perceived.
And yet it is so easy to get wrong. Retail is complicated. It really is. You have to understand and embrace today’s realities while accurately predicting and planning for tomorrow’s as well.
What kinds of shops, cafes, restaurants and other retail tenants will be realistic for your district or project in the coming years? And what must you do to help make it happen?
These are questions that we can help to answer.