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News and analysis on retail related real estate, including deals, center development and tenant updates.

All G.H. Bass, Wilsons Leather stores to be liquidated in company restructuring

G-III Apparel Group Ltd. is restructuring its retail operations segment and reducing its store portfolio to focus on its wholesale business.  

Adam Ifshin

Landlord: 80% to 90% of non-rent-payers are national chains

There are three types of bad actors among retail center tenants not paying rent, said DLC Management Corp. CEO Adam Ifshin.

With the majority of its stores reopened, James Avery is expanding its portfolio.

The biggest mall owner in the U.S. is suing one of its most important in-line tenants. 

TORG's OKC Outlets

When The Outlet Resource Group started re-opening outlet centers it operates in places like Oklahoma City and Park City, Utah more than a month ago, stores were slowly recapturing employees and restocking merchandise.

Food Lion is expanding its Southeast store footprint.

Shopping center experts weigh in on the pandemic that shuttered centers and how they think the next few months will play out in the May/June issue of Chain Store Age.

A look at what’s left of the Sears portfolio shows that the troubled retailer’s store footprint is doing a disappearing act.

Bellevue Square Mall

Malls in cities across the country were broken into and looted during weekend protests against the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.

It’s not just the obvious suspects — namely Walmart and Target — that have the potential to benefit from the liquidation of Pier 1 Imports.

As more states welcome shut-down retailers back to business, center owners and operators are helping them with new programs for new times.

Five Below

Five Below is not backing down from its aggressive store expansion.

Amazon is reportedly making good on plans to expand its new brick-and-mortar grocery concept beyond Southern California.

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