Patricia Kirk

Patricia
Kirk
Articles
Refreshing Development
Westfield is planning to build a third mall in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley between two it already owns on Topanga Boulevard in Woodland Hills. Unlike
A Taste of Home
A joint venture of KOAR Wilshire Western LLC and the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority is developing a project that will provide a two-way
Buccing a Trend
The bursting of the housing bubble has hit Florida hard, but that has not slowed one of the fastest-growing sections of one of the fastest-growing states
More or Less
Escalating retail property values and falling cap rates have put pressure on owners and developers to make money on operations, which in turn is pressuring third-party property managers to squeeze every dime out of centers they oversee.
Money for Building
Cedar Shopping Centers, Inc. has formed a joint venture with Homburg Invest, Inc., a Canadian real estate corporation, to expand its portfolio of grocery-anchored shopping centers.
Refreshing PREIT's Aging Malls
In an effort to increase sales and drive FFO growth, Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT) is adding lifestyle and retail components at three of its aging malls
$500 Million in the Bank
Regency Centers has closed a $500-million equity fund deal, to help allay shareholders concerns that the Florida-based retail REIT is overextended.
Western Frontier
Asheville, N.C., a city of nearly 75,000 nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, has long been known as an eclectic spot.
Habla Español?
Retailers in the Carolinas are waking up to the fact that the region has become one of the fastest-growing spots for Hispanics. For the first time they are making an effort to reach out to the immense buying power of this burgeoning population
Southern Comfort
As it continues to lose ground in the textiles industry 56,000 jobs have been lost since 2001 South Carolina has taken major steps to grow its manufacturing base in other industries
Changing the Rules
When talking about retirement destinations, Florida has always topped the list. But a number of issues are conspiring to make the state less attractive.
Scoring Style Points
Convenience has emerged as the marketing mantra for the twenty-first century and the Internet the most effective medium for reaching consumers
Mile High Urban Boom
Phoenix and Las Vegas are the fastest growing markets in the Southwest, but residents are also pushing further east, leading to new development in New Mexico
Riveting Riverfront
Fort Worth is getting ready to begin construction on a $435-million infrastructure project that will lay the groundwork for revitalizing the city's historic Trinity River Uptown District
Reverse Gold Rush
many native Californians are being priced out of the housing market and seeing their jobs moved to other states.
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