Retail occupancy is back to pre-pandemic levels as Broward County is well positioned for continued long-term retailer space demand.

That’s according to a Q3 Fort Lauderdale retail report by Marcus & Millichap that says domestic tourism, as well as continued population growth, has caused the vacancy rate to decrease by 150 basis points in the past six quarters. 

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