Jennifer Popovec

Jennifer
Popovec
Articles
Using Its Noodle
Anyone who thinks ramen noodles are only for poor college students should visit wagamama, a United Kingdom-based, full-serve casual restaurant modeled
Home Field Advantage
While most retailers consider places like Cape Girardeau, Mo. and Kingsport, Tenn. below their notice, Hibbett Sports Inc. is happy being the only game
Foodie Heaven
When shoppers walk into the Fresh Market, their senses are overwhelmed with a range of scents and sights the aroma of coffee and freshly baked bread,
Courting Change
During lunchtime at Westfield Century City, the property's new dining terrace is packed with people. From stay-at-home moms to high-powered executives,
DRIFTING AWAY
The residential real estate sector continues its dramatic correction. Defaults have spread beyond subprime mortgages and into Alt-A loans, as well as
Short Stacks
Wall Street continues to convulse from the sub-prime fallout more than $90 billion in value had been wiped off banks' books by mid-January. One group
Frozen in Place
The credit crunch has had a profound chilling effect on investment for much of the retail real estate sector. When the crisis first began, players in
Helping Hands
Retail real estate is a social industry. An office or industrial developer isn't concerned with engaging trade areas or drawing in traffic to keep retailers
Sporting Chance
Americans love sports Professional leagues have become multibillion dollar institutions as ravenous fans pack stadiums and arenas and spend even more
Flatlining in the Heartland
As most of the United States enjoyed an expanding economy over the past five years, the Midwest has suffered devastating job losses more than 500,000
Return on Insurance
Over the past few years the U.S. coasts have been hammered by hurricanes while the Midwest escaped disaster. In August that changed. The Midwest region
Rapid Growth
Grand Rapids, located in the western section of Michigan, is doing better than cities in the eastern part of the state. The second largest city in the
Twin Poles
Minneapolis-St. Paul has had better days than many of its other Midwestern counterparts. The Twin Cities, whose population is about 3.5 million people,
Sailing through
Ohio's economy has seen better days. At the heart of the Rust Belt, the state's growth has trailed national averages. However, things have been a bit
Steiner Strikes Again
Columbus-based Steiner + Associates, noted for being the team behind the influential Easton Town Center, has brought its act to Glendale, Wis. There the

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