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

Dick’s Sporting Goods’ store expansion includes new outlet concept, pop-ups

Dick’s Sporting Goods is opening 11 new stores in August.

The Top 10 COMEBACK Retail Center Experiences: No. 10 Plaza del Lago

High-end, locally owned tenants took the concept of “open air” to a new level.

Amazon will open a fulfillment center and a delivery station in Florida in 2021.

While states use case counts to measure the tenure of the COVID-19 pandemic, landlords use rent checks--and they got lots more of them last month.

Legislation has been introduced that would make "meaningful" temporary changes to bankruptcy laws, related to commercial real estate.

7-Eleven has made the largest acquisition in its history and one of the largest to be announced since the pandemic began. 

Neighbors at Naperville Crossings in Naperville, Ill., got together to work out solutions for prospering in the shadow of coronavirus restrictions.

Last week we revealed the Top 5 COMEBACK Retail Center Experiences, now here's the rest of the list.

Smoothie King continues to grow its footprint. 

Chain Store Age’s annual SPECS Show starts today at 11 a.m. (ET) on an all-virtual platform.

Average asking rents along 16 high-yield retail corridors in Manhattan were $688 per square foot during the quarter ending on June 30.

This Invesco town center provided another great example of how colorful, expressive graphic art can recast stern government regulation into refined living.

Triple Five will soon get the roller coasters rolling and the cash registers ringing to re-energize Mall of America, though at a much slower pace than usual. 

Sunflowers have sprung up all around the streets of Assembly Row, located in Somerville, Mass. — in shop windows, on sidewalk signage, billboards, bathroom doors, hand sanitizers, and automatic parking lot gates.

Matt Soffair

We had the chance to speak with Legal & General Investment Management's retail research manager, Matt Soffair, to find out how the crisis has altered the course of retail there.

The Sour Patch Kids brand is celebrating its 35th anniversary with the opening of its first-ever brick-and-mortar location. 

Coldwater Creek is holding a sale — a big sale — amid strong signs that it may be going out of business. 

Sola Salon Studios, which offers beauty professions move-in-ready studios in a shared setting, is expanding its footprint across the U.S. via franchising.

Ascena Retail Group is reducing its store footprint from about 2,800 stores to some 1,200 stores.

A struggling women’s apparel retailer is closed, although a message on its e-commerce site implies a return is possible.

Wawa is exploring new store formats.

In the wake of declining Q2 sales, Dunkin’ Brands Group may close as many as 800 Dunkin’ stores by the end of 2020.

Ann Taylor

Ascena Retail Group Inc. is shrinking its store footprint and shutting down one of its brands.

These Top 5 COMEBACK Retail Center Experiences are now busy re-engaging their visitors with each other as well as retail.

The Galleria at Roseville’s entry for the COMEBACK list started by saying, “The safety of our guests is our primary concern.”

That old proverb about getting lemons and turning them into lemonade? Easton Town Center, in Columbus, Ohio, performed a nifty COVID version of it. 

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