Jennifer Popovec

Owners and Tenants Wrestle Over Rent Reduction Requests
About 700 shopping center owners and managers across the United States recently received form letters from a major big-box retail tenant
Timing the Market
The cost of land has dropped precipitously as commercial property values slump
Picking Up the Pieces
The threat of large bankruptcies looms over the REIT universe. However, there’s reason to believe REITs might bounce back better than traditional corporations
Trimming the Branches
In the upscale suburban Dallas community of Highland Village, four shopping centers recently opened at the intersection of Long Prairie and Justin Roads.
Picking Up the PIECES
Although Chicago-based REIT General Growth Properties and Australian limited property trust Centro Properties Group have so far been able to work out
Trimming the Branches
Consolidation among commercial banks will lead to shuttering of branches as organizations look to prune portfolios.
Big Appetite
Sovereign wealth funds will increase property investments. Although sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) are expected to increase their investment activity in
Damage Report
Between September 19, the Friday before investment bank Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection, and October 15, the day the U.S. government invested
Base of Opportunity
As the U.S. military continues its long-term engagements in Afghanistan and Iraq, the nation's military bases are abuzz with activity. Soldiers are constantly
Market-Forced Delays
Riverside County's soft economic conditions have forced at least one developer to rethink plans to bring more retail space to the market. Caliber Retail
Treading Water
California has more expenses than revenue. And that's causing a fiscal headache for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is seeking approval of his 2008-2009
Carnival Atmosphere
It's said confidence is a turn-on. U.S. and Canadian investors drawn to Brazil's retail real estate certainly bears that out. Despite the worldwide economic
Another Step for Taubman
Taubman Centers Inc. has scored a win against the town of Oyster Bay in its 13-years-and-counting quest to develop a luxury shopping center on the former
Perfectly Priced?
After a dismal performance in 2007 that ran into this year, REIT stocks are once again on the ascent, posting a three-month rally. As of early June, the
Making the Most of It
Retailers today are working hard to meet the needs of their customers while refining their concepts and minimizing operating costs. That means retailers,
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