EDENS, the developer behind the South Bay project in Boston and Preston Royal in Dallas, is moving its headquarters to the Union Market District it developed in Washington, D.
Joseph Coradino, CEO of major mall owner PREIT’s institutionalized anchor replacement strategy, has insulated the company against department store closures like the one announced by Bon-Ton.
Butler Town Center, the upscale mixed-use addition to the Butler retail mega-plex in Gainesville, Florida, that’s been three years in the making, is about to welcome shoppers.
Hot, value-price retailers continue to fill mall space vacated by shut-down department stores.
Food halls, fitness centers, and new shops are destined for emptied Sears spaces at five Simon malls, according to company COO Michael McCarty.
Phillips Edison & Company, one of the nation’s largest owners and operators of grocery-anchored centers, will be adding value-fashion and home goods stores at two of its centers in Illinois.