Published at: 2016-01-29 07:30 | Author: David Karch
As Florida pushes ahead of New York to become the third most populous state
As Florida pushes ahead of New York to become the third most populous state in the country, brokers are expecting residential growth to parlay into retail growth in 2016. At the same time, brick-and-mortar stores must creatively adapt their footprint to manage the e-retail component of their businesses.

Josh Busby, vice president of CREC, is predicting Central Florida's specialty grocer sector will attract a lot of interest this year. “The specialty grocers bring a different quality cust...

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