Vacancy rate at Colorado Springs shopping centers high
But by the end of 2012, the retail vacancy rate at Colorado Springs-area shopping centers had risen to its highest level in nearly 20 years - in large part because of a flood of store closings.
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#1 Feb 5, 2013
The extreme amout the property owners want for these spaces are 60% of the cause. Greedy folks wanting to recover their investment in 12 months instead of longer term considerations
#2 Feb 8, 2013
Agreed, if the property owners or the leasing firms that own them didnt want such an extreme ammount of money then it wouldnt be an issue. I think $2400/month plus utility costs for a 1000 sq. ft. hole in the wall is just a TAD(sarcasm) too much, regardless of location. Rural america is making a comeback on this and that is probably where these businesses went. I run a 2500 sq. ft. fish shop in Kansas and only pay 850/month plus utility costs. Not a bad deal.
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