Nielsen: Doylestown Looks Good for Retail Growth

Doy011-300x225Commercial Property Executive teamed up with Nielsen to do research on retail real estate markets that show rapid recovery. It seems there’s a relationship between affluence and business creation, which Nielsen determined by stirring up a zip code stew of household liquid assets and percentage of businesses created.


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Based on that mix, the locations at the top of the list–including Doylestown, PA–are in better shape for a retail recovery:

While not meant to be prescriptive, the roster of locations below may warrant a closer look for retail investment, redevelopment or development opportunities.

A full report will come out with the May issue of CPE.

Where Business Growth Meets Affluence: Nielsen Retail Research [CPE]

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