David Koch

Articles by David Koch
The Heat Is On
Even Simon is getting in on the mixed-use action in the Phoenix area
Boscov's Beefs Up
Regional department store Boscov's buys 10 Federated stores in a bid to expand its presence in the mid-Atlantic
Pop-Up Shop
This past November, Wired magazine pitched a pretend tent in a vacant storefront in New York's SoHo neighborhood to promote the latest in its advertisers'
Retail Condos Come Of Age
Could the 300,000-square-foot Los Angeles Fashion Center (or L.A. Face) be the future of retail development? Located in the city's Downtown Fashion District,
Construction Costs Could Cause Delays
A growing number of retail projects could be put on hold in 2006 as the price of construction materials continues to rise as much as, or more than 2005,
Red Letter Day
Secondary markets are, in fact, afforded secondary status by most developers. But, one, Red Development, has made smaller markets its primary target,
The High Cost of Procrastination
With construction materials experiencing unprecedented volatility, how much can two days of indecision about whether to accept a particular bid cost?
Mall Attack Raises Security Questions
It didn't take much to turn a pleasant, pre-holiday weekend at Simon Property Group's Tacoma (Wash.) Mall into a retailer's worst nightmare. It just took
Mixed-Use Mania
In a move to maximize the value of its assets, the Macerich Co. plans to add mixed-use components to its mall portfolio. We try to make our properties
DDR Eyes China
The untapped East has one more shopping center REIT under its spell. Developers Diversified Realty is exploring opportunities in China, where Simon Property
Brooklyn
Just across the East River and one subway stop from Manhattan is one of New York City's hottest districts. DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass)
Coffee And Ink
Hoping to differentiate itself from its office supply peers, Office Max, the third largest office supplier with 950 stores, has designed a new prototype
Power Shift
With retail consolidation in full swing, remaining anchors have more clout with landlords. They are becoming much more demanding, says Michael Dee, a
Tis The Season?
The Grinch that could steal Christmas for retailers this year will be higher energy prices gas and home heating oil. With three months until the end of
TALE OF TWO MARKETS
Minnesota's twin cities, Minneapolis and St. Paul, have traditionally been a mismatched pair when it comes to retail. While Minneapolis has been seen
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