Attracting The Right Shoppers

Open-air centers — from grocery-anchored to big box to town centers — have a big mission to fill. Here’s what designers and developers are doing to create a draw.

Raising The Barre

Exercise studio Pure Barre has a devout following that led to the company opening more than 50 locations across the country in 2013.

Mid-Atlantic’s Retail Resurgence

Retailers, mainly grocers, have set their sights on prime infill locations in the Mid-Atlantic to cater to an underserved retail market.

A Refreshing Retail Experience

The drinkware company Tervis is committed to opening 15 locations during 2014 and plans to continue building new stores at a similar pace.

Strong and Stylish

Hermansen Land Development develops centers packed with uncommon architectural features, as well as solid tenants in business for the long haul.

Co-Branding To Customers

Villa Enterprises bring a variety of casual and upscale dining options to a table, and most likely a food court, near you.

ONE Daytona Races to Success

Jacoby Development and International Speedway Corporation partner to create a 1.1 million-square-foot mixed-use project adjacent to Florida’s Daytona International Speedway.

The Evolution of Couture

Republic of Couture plans to grow rapidly by opening 10 locations annually for the next five years.