Our experience gives us unique access to highly qualified leads and marquee tenants
From community shopping centers to local restaurants to regional malls, retail properties demand special knowledge and attention. RM Friedland’s Retail expertise covers the entire New York metro and Tri-State areas. Our experts know the streets that form the neighborhoods, the locations that attract the crowds and the demographics that define the communities which we serve. We provide unsurpassed local market knowledge and unique access to highly qualified leads and marquee tenants through our unique combination of best-in-class technology, demographic modeling, expansive network of relationships and broad knowledge gained through our experience serving the complete range of market participants.
Our advisors work closely with the landlord to develop a vision for the property, leveraging extensive market research, analysis, creativity, relationships and experience. Our proprietary 360⁰ Perspective provides the roadmap for the execution of all leasing and marketing efforts, that while flexible, include the creation and implementation of a strategic marketing and communications plan, prioritization of a target list that ultimately culminates in the team identifying prospective users by relying on long-standing industry relationships, cold calling and canvassing within the local market.
Our team of experts provides our clients with unsurpassed local market knowledge – including the intricate zoning laws, pedestrian and vehicular traffic patterns during day time, night time and weekends as well as public transit routes. RM Friedland has successfully represented national chains and strong regional players for both single store and rollout situations, and take pride in the reputation we have earned in becoming the strategic advisors of our retail and restaurant clients. As strategic advisors, we help our clients find the ideal locations to fuel their success, but equally important, we help our clients avoid the mistake of committing to the wrong location.