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

Anne Mastin

What’s ahead for retail? Simple…just look to the past

Anne Mastin looks back on nearly four decades in retail real estate with the likes of L Brands and Easton Town Center and finds that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Boot Barn eyes Northeast with plans to double store count

Boot Barn sees plenty of room to grow its store count. 

The Beatles are getting on board the pop-up shop express.  

Dawn Stamper

Phillips Edison's senior VP of customer experience says she hopes to emphasize the “neighbor” in neighborhood centers.

Coastal Grand

Visitors to Myrtle Beach will soon be turning somersaults over what’s going on at the tourist town’s most popular mall.

Anchor Shops

A new startup wants to make it easy for digitally native brands to enter the physical space by significantly lowering the costs associated with customer acquisition, leasing and operating stores, shipping product and handling returns.

As a group, retail real estate developers pooh-pooh the notion of physical retail going downhill — except, now, for one.

New York & Co

RTW Retailwinds is closing some stores as it continues to “actively evaluate” its store portfolio.

H-E-B is expanding its presence in one of the fastest-growing markets in Texas.

Lord & Taylor is popping up in Manhattan for the holidays.

Tropical Smoothie Café

Tropical Smoothie Café has its sights set on Colorado.

Target Times Square

Target Corp. is extending its presence in the Big Apple.

David Yurman has opened an expansive jewelry boutique — and the only family-owned business — on one of Manhattan’s most luxurious blocks. 

Off-price retail, the dominant segment in malls and shopping centers, is also dominated by three brands. Nearly 50% of customer traffic at off-price stores during Q3 moved through Kohl’s (15.4%), T. J.

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