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NEWS: Goodbye Multifamily, Hello Retail
After more than 40 years concentrated in multifamily, Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT) is changing its stripes. It is exiting the apartment
Southwestern Surge
After last year's boom, retail development in the Southwest is enduring the inevitable growing pains that follow the introduction of 20 million sq. ft.
First, think secondary
Forget Atlanta, Charlotte and Orlando secondary markets are the new targets for retail development in the Southeast. Developers in the region's major
FLORIDA is still a magnet for retail development
Slow tourist traffic may be Florida retailers' most pressing concern today. But bigger problems wait on the horizon for some players as the state's retail
Westcor: A milestone buy for Macerich
Macerich Co. has signaled its intent to join the major leagues of mall developers with its May 30 announcement of a deal to pay $1.475 billion for a collection
DestiNY USA: Pyramid's green design
It's big. It's green. Will it fly? The Pyramid Cos.' planned DestiNY USA, scheduled to open near Syracuse, N.Y., in the summer of 2004, has been billed
ZONING TRENDS: The mixed-use puzzle
IF THERE IS ONE THING that architects, planners and developers agree on at the beginning of the 21st Century, it's that the ideal form of commercial development mixes housing, office and retail in a lively community setting. That, they agree, provides ...
Back to basics
Yes, the show must go on. But in 2002, themed retail projects must also focus on the bottom line.
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE: A bridge of understanding
Given the events of Sept. 11 and the ensuing U.S.-sponsored war on global terrorism, the world's attention is now focused on the threat posed by violent, radical Islamists. Most Muslims, of course, roundly condemn terrorism and have been deeply saddened by the attacks and their aftermath. In this time of increased tension, then, the importance of moving be
AREA REVIEW: Slow and steady
THE VOTE is nearly unanimous: The slowdown in the U.S. economy has taken its inevitable toll on retail markets in the Southeast. However, no one's singing
Q&A: Stapleton takes off
Forest City Stapleton Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Cleveland-based Forest City Enterprises, was recently named master developer for 4,700 acres
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