Beth Karlin

Beth
Karlin
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Overheard On The Floor
Perhaps we should call them not suggested Michael McCarty, president of the community centers division of Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group. With
Garrick-Aug Goes Global
Union Traders Corp. wants to turn recently acquired New York broker Garrick-Aug Worldwide into a truly global company with one-stop shopping for all a
DOWN BY THE RIVER
When I came across the third free-standing daiquiri bar at Riverwalk Marketplace on the Mighty Mississippi in New Orleans, I realized this was not your
Douglas Elliman Puts Faith In Its Future
Faith Hope Consolo (left), her partner, Joseph Aquino, and 10 team members have moved to Prudential Douglas Elliman following the acquisition of their
FROM WAL-MART FOOD TO GOURMET FARE
Talk about a career change Richard Donckers, who helped bring low-price food to Wal-Mart Supercenters, is now building gourmet food markets, where price
Levenger Puts Down Roots
Steve and Lori Leveen began simply enough. One night, while both were reading in a dimly lit room, they made an age-old and old-age request: Let there
SHOPPING TO A LATIN BEAT
I was enjoying fried plantain and sipping yerba mat tea, a mainstay in South America I'm told, immersing myself in the Latin spirit of Dolphin Mall, outside
THE MAINE EVENT
Forget kayaking and hiking. On any given weekend, it seems as if Maine's biggest attraction is the Maine Mall, a 1.2 million-square-foot regional built
DOWN SIZED
In a stealth development program involving only a few executives, Office Depot quietly reinvented the office supplies retail model. The first of its Millennium
A ROMAN HOLIDAY IN VEGAS
Could it be? Natural light in Vegas? In a rare nod to the actual lunar cycle, Simon Property Group is flooding its Forum Shops addition with natural light.
TIME TO UNLOAD
Have retail property prices peaked? With interest rates heading higher, many real estate executives think the answer is yes. As evidence, consider the fact that
ORVIS ANGLING FOR MORE STORES
The Orvis Co. has embarked on an aggressive bricks-and-mortar expansion that should double to 40 percent the contribution of retail store sales to overall
THE LIGHTS ARE MUCH BRIGHTER THERE
Oh, to be a Size 2, twentysomething and a trust-fund baby. Then I could shop regularly at Bloomingdale's new ultra-hip SoHo store in downtown Manhattan
I WANT TO BE A COWGIRL
Always saddle your own horse, says Pam Minick, taking me on a tour of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Forth Worth, Tex. Minick, an inductee
TEXAS TURNABOUT
When Montgomery Ward went bankrupt in 2001, a Fort Worth, Tex., landmark closed its doors creating a huge problem for developers and civic leaders. What
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