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Albert Warson

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Mixed-use projects are beginning to proliferate in Canada as the trend gripping America crosses the border
Working on Top of the Store
When Surrey Place Shopping Centre in Surrey, B.C., started losing business to strong regional malls, developer ICBC Properties Ltd. hit on a plan to bring
The rise and fallout of interest rates
The right deals will get done despite rising interest rates, some say. Others, citing larger economic issues, aren't so sure.A delicate balance is emerging
Back In the Game?: Transactions have slowed since 1998, but the pace of consolidation could be heating up.
Mergers and acquisitions continue to idle in the shopping center industry, due in part to edgy interest rates and capital-squeezed markets. But according
Fair Winds
Canada's Chinook Centre, a 1960s vintage mall that had seen better days, is emerging from the chaos of the country's largest redevelopment as a model
Weathering the Storm
The economy in the Pacific Northwest cooled in the past two years. However, the temperature of retail remains warm, in part because of the region's robust
Financing Centers on Shifting Ground
Small wonder the shopping center industry is holding its collective breath. Retail sales slipped further than had been expected during April and May.
Pension Funds: Canada's New Retail Landlords
Enterprising developers have built strings of flourishing regional shopping centers across Canada over the past 50 years. Toronto and Montreal-based pension
Leading the Streetscape Trend
Architects John Field and David Paoli didn't know it at the time, but the solution they proposed to remaking the 1950s-vintage Stanford Shopping Center
Divine and Deliver
Two Internet service companies cashing in on web-based solutions are coming at the blazing hot market from different directions.Denver-based Mallfinder
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