Retail real estate takes the spotlight in the November/December issue of Chain Store Age.
The November/December issue features a look at how developers are “citifying” affluent suburbs with new projects that combine office, residential, dining/entertainment, parks — and retail.
Other articles in the issue include:
• Target unveils larger-size store format with more space for fulfillment.
• Three emerging technologies that will play a major role in retail in 2023.
• Trending Stores: Direct-to-consumer brands Vuori, Beyond Yoga and Alpha Industries are expanding in brick-and-mortar.
• Top store picks for 2022.
The issue also includes a round-up of the retail real estate scene as written by the following leading developers:
• Joseph F. Coradino (PREIT) — on why malls are the intersection of life + commerce;
• Don Ghermezian (Triple Five Group) — on mall as medium;
• Brandon Isner (CBRE) — on whether the word ‘omnichannel” is losing its meaning;
• Stephen Lebovitz (CBL Properties) — on retail’s resilience;
• Geoff Mason (Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield) — on the mall’s new manifestation;
• Fred Meno (Woodmont Company) — on planning for the unknown;
• Josh Poag (Poag Development Group) — on the development of Poag Development Group; and
• Ken Volk (Macerich) — on the value of short-term tenants.