Jim Bieri comments on what's in store for Sears. Chain Store Age | May 23, 2017 | Real estate experts: Still business as usual at Sears FULL ARTICLE
The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. As a long-time Urban Land Institute member, and former ULI Michigan Chairman, Jim Bieri has recently become a ULI Foundation Governor. The full list of current Governors can be found HERE.
Chain Store Age editor Al Urbanski approached top retail real estate executives, including our own Jim Bieri, and asked, “If you met a retailer at a cocktail party, and he or she asked you to name the single biggest challenge they’d face in brick-and-mortar in 2017, what would you say?” Jim Bieri, Principal, Stokas Bieri Real Estate: In 2017, [...]
Jim Bieri speaks with The Detroit News about improvements to the Fisher Building. [The Detroit News |Fisher and Kahn buildings to get $100 million makeover| November 14, 2016] FULL ARTICLE
Jim Bieri speaks with Heartland Real Estate Business on the up-and-coming District Detroit and development around Little Caesars Arena. Once the developments are complete, the entertainment district along Woodward Ave will break the I-75 divide, creating a more expansive area. [Valley, M. (2016, November 1). Ice Arena Construction Goes Full Strength. Heartland Real Estate Business] FULL ARTICLE [...]
A slew of redeveloped apartment buildings will be opening soon. Units are getting snagged up quickly, with many of the projects hitting 100% during pre-leasing. Check out a recent article from the Detroit Free Press HERE. Many of the upcoming buildings will house more than just residents. First floor retail space will complement the Downtown Detroit market [...]
Jim Bieri speaks with Retail Dive about creating successful retail-host restaurants. [Retail Dive | Recipe for success: Creating retail-host restaurants that resonate with shoppers | May 2, 2016] FULL ARTICLE
Jim Bieri comments on Detroit's flavorful Greektown neighborhood. Greektown is adapting to Detroit's economic growth. While this means a change in name for the Greektown Casino later this year and many non-Greek restaurants, there is still plenty of Greek flavor. [The Detroit News | Detroit’s Greektown strives to stay Greek yet diverse | March 10, 2016] FULL [...]