Panelists at the NAIOP New Jersey meeting on the future of retail were, from left: Herbert Eilberg, Urban Edge Properties; Nancy Erickson, Colliers International; Mark Pottschmidt, Stanbery Development; Brian Whitmer, Cushman & Wakefield,; and moderator Clark Machemer, Rockefeller Group. Panelists at the NAIOP New Jersey meeting on the future of retail were, from left: Herbert Eilberg, Urban Edge Properties; Nancy Erickson, Colliers International; Mark Pottschmidt, Stanbery Development; Brian Whitmer, Cushman & Wakefield,; and moderator Clark Machemer, Rockefeller Group.

TEANECK, NJ—The future of brick-and-mortar retailers remains uncertain, but less-desirable locations are more likely to suffer as the market transforms, while well-located properties that can attract “experiential” retailers will thrive, according to industry experts at NAIOP New Jersey’s June 6 meeting, held at the Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe.