David Koch

David
Koch
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The Rising Dollar
Doron Valero, president of Equity One Inc., knew he had a problem. Two shopping centers in his portfolio were losing Kmarts while Winn-Dixie was pulling
ATLANTIC CITY REDUX
Less than a year ago, retail in Atlantic City seemed to boil down to fur coats and jewelry for high rollers, or pawnshops for losers. There were a few
Desperate Towns
Downtown Buffalo is desperate. The city, once among the largest and most economically powerful in the nation, has been in a 50-year decline. Part of the
CalPERS Cuts Out
In what is the largest shopping center portfolio purchase ever, Macquarie Countrywide Trust, an Australian limited property trust, and frequent joint
ASIAN DELIGHT
On a recent visit to Hong Kong's Times Square with my family, they had no idea it was a vertical mall until I told them. My parents and sister had been
CASHING IN
Las Vegas' transformation from remote gambling town to the fastest growing metropolis in the nation has caused a number of depressed communities across the country to consider gambling to revitalize their cities.
CASHING IN
Las Vegas' transformation from remote gambling town to the fastest growing metropolis in the nation has caused a number of depressed communities across
MAXED-USE
Santana Row was one of the most ambitious mixed-use projects to hit the drawing boards in the late 1990s. Federal Realty Investment Trust, the loudest
TORONTO BECKONS
With retail overload in the domestic market and fierce competition for high quality sites, U.S. retailers and developers increasingly are looking international
Black Friday Rocked, Saturday Did Not
The Thanksgiving weekend started with a bang, and ended with a whimper. Black Friday was hot, with a 10.8 percent increase in sales to about $8 billion, according to the National Retail Federation. But Saturday was not, with $5 billion in sales, a 6.5 percent drop from last year, according to ShopperTrak
LOOKING UP
The mere mention of the words vertical mall is enough to start a debate. Can a developer afford the higher construction price tag? And the costs are particularly
Anchors Anew
When hedge-fund investor Edward Lampert engineered the Kmart Holding Corp. takeover of Sears, Roebuck & Co. (see news story on page 10), he articulated
Shopping Fun in the California Sun
On a chilly evening in late October, the long-awaited, much-hyped Victoria Gardens lifestyle center opened with much fanfare. A mariachi band and a 20-foot
Time to Reflect
As the Shoppes at Columbus Circle in the $1.7 billion Time Warner Center closes in on its first anniversary, the developer is optimistic that the vertical
Madison Marquette, Grosvenor Buy Property From Starwood
Starwood Urban has sold most of its $500 million portfolio in the past two weeks to Madison Marquette and Grosvenor, allowing both companies to further expand their retail presence.
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