There’s no getting around it: It’s been a long, hot summer for the retail industry, one that many retailers will be happy to see end.
The South has an abundance of entertainment developments popping up, possibly more than anywhere else in the country, thanks to its climate and land availability.
Restaurants have long served as critical components in the experiential equation of Steiner + Associates town centers. “Eating out is in,” said Yaromir Steiner.
Retail has been the foundation of shopping centers throughout their existence, but new entertainment concepts are making inroads in traditional retail venues.
Chain Store Age spoke with Greg Goldberg, VP and leasing director – eastern division for RPAI, about the growing prevalence of restaurant and entertainment uses.
An average food retail store leaks an estimated 25% of its refrigerant supply per year.
Today, retailers and end-users face many changes in regard to refrigerants, including technology options and efficiency regulations. In the past, choices were made and remained applicable for a year or more.
From convenient access to reduced heating costs, automatic doors provide retailers with some key benefits.
There is substantial funding available to reduce the cost of upgrading existing lighting systems, but it takes some preparation. Here are some tips: