Renee DeGross

Articles by Renee DeGross
The Name Game
Orlando, Fla.-based National Retail Properties, formerly known as Commercial Net Lease Realty Inc., was having an identity crisis. After years of snapping
Aikman Goes Shopping
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman may have hung up his football helmet, but he's ready to take the field in a new game retail real estate.
Tea Party
What do Germans know about tea? More than you think. Albert Gschwendner began selling loose leaf specialty teas in 1978.
Will Wal-Mart take Manhattan?
Wal-Mart is again making noise about opening its first New York City store.
Uncommon Field
THF Realty builds and builds and builds
Fit for Queens
Atlas Terminals complex in the New York borough of Queens, once considered a prototype for urban industrial parks, will be anything but when it reopens
Going. Going. Gone.
Online auctions are now selling real estate
Retail Rebirth
The big word consolidation prompted big changes in the retailing universe last year. The industry watched Federated Department Stores gobble up May Co.,
Give Us Manolos
Sembler Co. didn't make much of a first impression when it started working with Atlanta officials and concerned citizens about what became Edgewood Retail
SOUTHERN COMFORT
The Spanish moss wrapped around the grand old oaks of Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga., lends a sleepy, lost-in-time feel to these historic cities,
Googling Earth
Zooming into a 3-D New York, it looks like a would-be Spiderman set. But it's part of Google Earth's push to entice real estate execs and others to use
One-Stop Shopping
You couldn't walk more than 10 steps at the spring convention of the International Council of Shopping Centers in Las Vegas without tripping over a mixed-use
Cycling To Retail
After 40 years of investing in apartment communities, Hawthorne, N.Y.-based GDC Properties Inc., the investment arm of Ginsburg Development Corp., is
VORNADO TORNADO
For a company that tries to keep a low profile, Vornado Realty Trust is certainly making a lot of headlines. And most of them involve retail real estate,
RETAIL RISES IN THE NEW SOUTH
Atlanta scored a Gold at the 1996 Olympics by focusing international attention on the city, often called the capital of the New South. Suddenly, Atlanta
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