Riccardo A. Davis

Riccardo A.
Davis
Articles
Retail Owners Look to Fountains to Provide Intangible Gains
Mall fountains, are enjoying a resurgence in both indoor and outdoor settings
Turning Up the Heat on Utilities (3/19)
Electricity and water are coming under increased pressure for reductions in costs, and usage
A Stimulating Experience (2/19)
The recession and slowdown in consumer spending has hit every corner of the retail sector—including temporary tenants
March on Washington
With all eyes on the nation’s capital right now, some focus on its retail real estate
March on WASHINGTON
When the founding fathers were trying to decide on a site for the federal capital, they eventually opted for one that took advantage of the Potomac River
Clouds on the Coast
Retail real estate executives are generally an optimistic bunch. Up until now, many have been holding on to a view that the industry had seen the worst
Tailor-Made
As retailers struggle and post lackluster sales results, one of the most important things a shopping center owner or manager can do for its tenants is
Full Coverage
Insurance is an issue that property owners and developers hate to talk about, but it is an area that can cause a costly headache if it isn't dealt with
Reading Tea Leaves
Taking a break from worrying about today's rocky business climate, a small group of owners and developers gathered at ICSC's REvent in February, to talk
Going Full Circle
The challenge for leasing kiosks unlike in-line mall space is that you're not dealing with long-term leases. In fact, in many cases you have to find not
Outlets Grow Upscale
To get a sense of just how much the outlet shopping center world has transformed in the past decade, one need look no further than to the radical ups
Doctoring Sales
The doctor will see you now. Don't be surprised to hear that phrase the next time you visit your neighborhood pharmacy. Drugstore chains have joined the
A Strike for Retail
Retail developers looking to complement their entertainment offerings within mixed-use projects are bringing back a blast from the past bowling alleys.
Run for the Border
Parking lots at shopping centers near the United States's northern border are suddenly jammed with vehicles with Canadian license plates as cross-border
Growth in Kentucky
Throughout the Southeast, auto plants have created jobs and drawn developers' interest. (See story on p. 77.) In Kentucky, the city of Bowling Green has
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