Food Halls Spice Up Mixed-Use Projects

Developers turn to unique eateries as ammunition in the ‘amenities arms race.’  By David Cohen In an effort to inoculate their mixed-use office and multifamily projects against the threat of e-commerce competitors, developers are increasingly incorporating food halls into their

Change Artist

Michael Pollack is known as a renovation expert. Looking ahead, he considers some potential new strategies for his portfolio. Interview by Randall Shearin With the Four Corners market in focus this month, Shopping Center Business caught up with one of Arizona’s

LBG Real Estate Reinvests In The Retail Revolution

Los Angeles-based LBG Real Estate Companies has always focused on opportunistic investments, but it’s revved up its game recently as it cultivates two customer-oriented shopping attractions out West.

Investors Pressing Pause or Play?

Retail investors have pumped the brakes in 2018 but are poised to accelerate into the end of the year. Interview by Randall Shearin As we enter the last quarter of 2018, the question is what will the remainder of the

Rumors of the Retail Apocalypse are Greatly Exaggerated

— By Greg Miller, Chief Executive Officer and President of Henry S. Miller Cos. — The retail market, both online and in physical stores, is evolving dramatically due in large part to Amazon’s continuing domination of online sales — i.e.

The American Strip Mall…Reimagined for the 21st Century

— By Sheldon Gross, president and CEO of Sheldon Gross Realty — The future of retail-focused real estate is a hot topic, and has been for quite a while. Everyone seems to have an opinion on the proliferation of big-box

How To Secure Financing For Retail In Today’s Climate

— By Gary E. Mozer, Principal/Co-Founder, George Smith Partners — Retail financing, both debt and equity, has become a challenge for many owners, developers and investors throughout the U.S. based on negative press about retail, a perception that the internet