bhd | 30 July, 2012 12:12
Storefronts are beginning to fill up again in the Sacramento region as retailers backfill space that became empty during the Great Reset, according to second-quarter reports.
CBRE reported 213,435 square feet of vacant space was filled during the second quarter, which is a continuation of a positive trend. More than 410,000 of net gains were reported during the first half. So-called 'big box space' was a beneficiary, absorbing 135,000 square feet of new tenants, especially in Citrus Heights, where ethnic market Pacific Cost Company took the former Big Lots location on Greenback Lane.