Shopping Center REITs

Open-air shopping center REITs have characteristics that are generally viewed as less exposed to the retail-related headwinds compared to their mall REIT cousins with a tenant base that has exhibited a higher degree of resilience and adaptability to the continued pressures on the brick and mortar retail sector.

 

The bifurcation between high and low-quality retail centers, however, continues to widen with grocery, discount, and hardline-anchored (hardware, home improvement) locations viewed as more valuable than shopping centers anchored by softline, hobby/specialty, and electronics retailers.

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Symbol
Company
Property Sector
Market Cap ($B)
Dividend Yield (%)
KIM
Kimco Realty
Shopping Center
13.41
3.11
REG
Regency Centers
Shopping Center
11.68
3.46
FRT
Federal Realty
Shopping Center
9.37
3.55
BRX
Brixmor Property
Shopping Center
6.98
3.66
SITC
SITE Centers
Shopping Center
3.34
3.03
PECO
Phillips Edison
Shopping Center
3.15
3.41
RPAI
Retail Properties of Am.
Shopping Center
2.81
2.29
ROIC
Retail Opportunity
Shopping Center
2.15
2.49
UE
Urban Edge
Shopping Center
2.14
3.28
AKR
Acadia Realty
Shopping Center
1.83
2.89
KRG
Kite Realty Group
Shopping Center
1.76
3.46
BFS
Saul Centers
Shopping Center
1.05
4.93
RPT
RPT Realty
Shopping Center
1.04
3.74
UBA
Urstadt Biddle
Shopping Center
0.74
4.77
RVI
Retail Value
Shopping Center
0.56
4.41
WSR
Whitestone REIT
Shopping Center
0.38
4.36
CDR
Cedar Realty
Shopping Center
0.31
1.18
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