San Francisco has lowest retail vacancy rate

In a recently published Marcus & Millichap's ranking of U.S. cities, San Francisco had the top prospects for rent growth due to its low retail vacancy. The city's retail market stands to gain from its strong tenant demand and minimal construction, and retail inventory will only widen as the number of residents increase, forcing developers to focus primarily on apartment and office structures over retail spaces. Story

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