Article submitted by Danny Watts, Commercial Sales and Leasing Agent for Saurage Rotenberg Commercial Real Estate

Written by Elaine Misonzhnik on July 11, 2013 National Real Estate Investor

Kroger’s planned acquisition of Harris Teeter, the second major supermarket buyout of the year, again highlights that traditional grocery operators are fighting for survival as they face off against a crowded field of traditional competitors and new entrants—such as Amazon—in the battle for food dollars.

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Danny Watts, a commercial real estate sales and leasing specialist with Saurage Rotenberg Commercial Real Estate, is a graduate of Louisiana State University (LSU).  He has over 20 years experience in commercial real estate brokerage and appraisal.  His areas of expertise include commercial and industrial brokerage and leasing; multi-family brokerage; lease negotiations; tenant build outs; market analysis and insight; and feasibility and valuation analysis.

Danny is a member of the Commercial Investment Division (CID) of the Greater Baton Rouge Association of REALTORS®, a board member of the Perkins Road Historic Merchants District Association, and has served as a vice president for Literacy Works of Baton Rouge.