John McCloud

John
McCloud
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California's reversal of fortune
While retail sales are dropping, retail real estate appears to be holding steady, for the simple reason that new stores are being built to meet the needs
COMPANY PROFILE: The name game
Westfield Shoppingtown. The name says it all. At least, that's the goal of Westfield America, Inc., the Los Angeles-based company managed and advised
EVOLVING PLACES (CENTER PROFILE): SLO Growth
San Luis Obispo prides itself on marching to a different drummer. The small college community (pop. 43,050) on the central California coast has long been
SLO Growth
San Luis Obispo prides itself on marching to a different drummer. The small college community (pop. 43,050) on the central California coast has long been
A new spin on retail
Phase III: Ferris wheel to take Irvine Spectrum Center to new heights.Following their triumph with the first two phases of Irvine Spectrum Center in Irvine,
The gold rush continues
As San Francisco and the rest of the Bay area continue to lure dot.coms, the region's real estate market reaches new heights.Ask for information about
Southern California steamroller
Industrial and multifamily sectors lead the way in Southern California, but the outlook is sunny for the office and hotel sectors as well.Both literally
Party Central
Tampa's latest hot spot is Steiner + Associates' Centro Ybor. Several members of the team responsible for developing the popular CocoWalk in Miami are
Architect of Its Own Success
Dorsky Hodgson + Partners has been a leader in retail design ever since William Dorsky founded the firm 38 years ago. Among its first commissions was
Mission Revival
Last year the Simon Property Group celebrated the opening of The Shops at Mission Viejo, a project that entailed the redevelopment and expansion of Mission
Reality becomes Fantasy
in one of the seminal design-related books of the past half-century, architect Robert Venturi extolled the notion of "Learning from Las Vegas." One of
Solving the Solvent Problem
In the 1990s, dry cleaners became the retail tenants landlords loved to hate. And for good reason: research showed that perchloroethylene, the primary
Mixed-Use Gains Momentum
A decade ago, the number of mixed-use retail projects was relatively small and the format limited. Typical projects were either high-rise office buildings
It takes a Village
Although Village Green Cos. consists of four distinct business entities, its responsibilities can be summed up in a single, straightforward phrase: "We
Coming Full Circle
The 21st century begins on a note of irony for the retail industry. As the world moves forward with complex technologies undreamed of 100 years ago, one
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