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Pros Offer Tips on Teaming Up for Mixed-Use Projects

Pros Offer Tips on Teaming Up for Mixed-Use Projects

Originally Appeared on ICSC’s SCT News and Views by Joel Groover Also Printed in the June 2018 issue of Shopping Centers Today Retail and other traditionally single-use developers are increasingly teaming up with partners to do mixed-use projects. “Across the country, we’re working on a lot more projects that have a robust mix of uses,”…

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How Retail REITs are Making it Work

How Retail REITs are Making it Work

Originally Appeared on The Real Deal by Elaine Pofeldt Now more than ever, Retail REITs are being forced to raise their game — or run for cover. Since January, Claire’s, Nine West and the Bon-Ton stores have filed for bankruptcy, joining a parade of once-ubiquitous retailers — Macy’s, Sears, Payless, American Apparel, the Limited and…

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Being Used To Read Leases, Other Real Estate Documents

How Artificial Intelligence Is Being Used To Read Leases, Other Real Estate Documents

Originally Appeared on GlobeSt.com by Erika Morphy “A lot of people tend to give heavily-weighted promises about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and where it is going.” CHICAGO–A typical client for Nicholas Bartzen, an associate with Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Community Association Group, would be a condominium representative whose building has anywhere from four to 500 units and whose…

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As Bon-Ton’s Fortunes Shift, Investors Brace for Liquidation

Originally Appeared on NREIOnline.com by Donna Mitchell It seems that time is running short, putting more urgency on the decisions that landlords make concerning properties with Bon-Ton anchors. About one week ago Bon-Ton Stores appeared to have escaped the spiral of bankruptcy and liquidation that haunts so many retailers these days, after it got an…

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