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News and analysis on buying and selling real estate for new retail centers.

DLC signs Lidl to anchor refurbished Maryland center

Lidl has signed a lease for a 27,800-sq.-ft. space once occupied by a Big Kmart at Frederick County Square.

$15.6 million deal for Georgia power center gets done during pandemic

Transwestern Real Estate Services this week closed a deal that transpired entirely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. District Court in Detroit

Taubman Centers’ fight to close its merger deal with Simon Property Group begins tomorrow, according to CNBC.

Westfield Meriden mall in Connecticut

As American malls begin a return to operations in a revised retail environment, Namdar Realty Group pursues its standard strategic mission of snapping up viable malls in B and C markets.

Lincoln Road in Miami

Miami’s trendy Lincoln Road shopping district will soon be welcoming the city’s first Amazon 4-Star location among several other tenants that, landlords there say, have become attracted to open-air plazas due to the coronavirus pandemic.  “The Lincoln Road District is home to some of the re

Plaza San Remo

Why, when the economy’s crippled by pandemic, would a real estate investor pay $46.7 million for a 59,694-sq. ft. grocery-anchored center?

An e-tail giant will open its third supply chain facility in Delaware.

Lord & Taylor Building in NYC

Amazon is expanding its presence in New York City by buying one of Manhattan's landmark retail buildings.

Earth Fare storefront

A&G Real Estate Partners returned $6 million to the estate of Earth Fare by selling 10 of its store leases--three of which were acquired by an investor group of former executives of the grocery chain that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February.  A&G negotiated termination agree


JLL claims to have netted a record in its sale of a net-lease property in Orlando, Fla.

The massive Fleet Farms store

There are big boxes, and then there are big, big boxes.


7-Eleven is expanding its holdings in Oklahoma.

aerial view

Two shopping centers in Twin Falls, Idaho, have been acquired by California-based Wood Investments Companies.

Traditional tenants in retail centers once scoffed at having gyms in their midst for all the parking spaces they took up. No more.

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