We’re putting a new face on our Retail Traffic's Web site, to bring you more information in a more attractive, easier-to-use format.
The redesign will be launched next week.
“We've been working diligently on this redesign for months,” says Rich Santos, Retail Traffic publisher. “We’ve had many very talented people developing a Web site that will offer a wider array of timely, relevant information to our readers, that will be visually attractive, and incorporate elements to make the information easier and faster to access.”
“Retail Traffic has always strived to be the independent and authorative source forand analysis of the retail real estate industry," says Editor-in-Chief David Bodamer. "Our new site will include the same coverage, but we're adding many new features that will bring to our readers all the latest news, research and more analysis of the trends hsaping the industry. The redesign will further enhance the scope of the material we can offer our readers and advertisers.”
In addition to our frequently updated news section, the new Web page will offer buttons that will jump to sections on Investment, Design, Research, Retailing, Development and Market Profiles. It will also include our, Traffic Court, and a portion of the site will be devoted to our Management Office features. It will also include frequently updated photo galleries featuring the latest projects.