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1506, 2020

Retail in the Time of Coronavirus

Today we're joined by JLL President of Retail + Capital Markets, Naveen Jaggi to discuss a state of retail in the era of Covid-19. Naveen has more [...]

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Retail in the Time of Coronavirus

Today we're joined by JLL President of Retail + Capital Markets, Naveen Jaggi to discuss a state of retail in the era of Covid-19. Naveen has more than 20 years retail real estate experience with all aspects of retail in the [...]

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HELPING DYNAMIC BRANDS GROW
AND DESTINATION RETAIL PROJECTS THRIVE.

TRUSTED REAL
ESTATE ADVISOR

HELPING DYNAMIC BRANDS GROW AND DESTINATION RETAIL PROJECTS THRIVE.

CASE Studies

The Hearst Tower located in Charlotte, North Carolina, was a second generation restaurant situated on the most popular food and beverage street in Uptown. However, it had been vacant for multiple years and was considered a “Snake bit location” due to lack of street front presence. his was creating an undesirable and rampant turnover of hopeful concepts. Read More….

This redevelopment located at 400 South Tryon Street in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina was previously home to an 8,000 square foot ground floor FBI holding cell. Adam saw that the underutilized space was in a prime location – directly across from Romare Bearden Park and an influx of multifamily projects. In addition, the BB&T and Bank of America stadiums were just blocks away. Read More…

Spectrum Properties & Cornerstone reached out to Adam to help with the redevelopment of retail space located in the ground level of a parking garage in Charlotte. Located at 230 South Church Street in Uptown and just a block away from the 400 South Tryon redevelopment, there was also great potential for this neighboring space. Read More…

ABOUT Adam

I specialize in helping dynamic brands grow and destination retail projects thrive. Based in Uptown Charlotte, with reach throughout the South east, I have the proven ability to successfully drive retail and restaurant projects for top tier brands. SEE MORE >

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ABOUT Adam

I specialize in helping dynamic brands grow and destination retail projects thrive. Based in Uptown Charlotte, with reach throughout the South east, I have the proven ability to successfully drive retail and restaurant projects for top tier brands. SEE MORE >

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Legacy Commercial Real Estate Advisors is dedicated to providing the best commercial real estate services to both owners and users of office, land, investment, retail and industrial properties in Charlotte, as well as throughout North and South Carolina. All of our experienced brokers and team members are committed to exceeding the expectations of our clients and providing the highest levels of service.

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1506, 2020

The Future of Retail: Mass Customization

Think back to our economy before Covid-19. The idea of staging experiences to leave a memorable—and lucrative—impression was more relevant than ever. With an ongoing torrent of brands attacking consumers from all sides, how do brands stand out? Today we're joined by internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and management advisor Joseph Pine to discuss mass customization and it's relation to our experience-based [...]

1506, 2020

Disrupting E-Commerce with Omnichannel Marketing

Trying to stay ahead of the mass conversion to ecommerce and digital is challenging for retailers and happening at a breakneck pace. Within the next 7-10 years everything will make it's way to omnichannel and, due to Covid-19, we're seeing this accelerate at an unprecedented rate.   Today we're joined by the CEO and Co-Founder of Omnisend, Rytis Lauris.  is a marketing [...]

1006, 2020

Recreating the In-Store Retail Experience

Why are positive in-store experiences crucial for brick-and-mortar retailers?  In a recent State of Consumer Behavior report by , a digital signage company that uses technology to help businesses bring their physical locations to life, they discovered that nearly 40% of all consumers shop at physical locations for the ability to see and touch products as their [...]

1006, 2020

What A Retail Futurist Has to Say about Retail

What will the retail landscape look like in 10 years?  We're diving head first into retail futurism with , Doug Stephens. According to Stephens, instead of actually predicting the future, retail futurists try to “intimately understand what is happening now, the interconnectivity of those things, the degree to which there is a combinational effect among them, and how ultimately [...]