Shopping Center Business

OCT 2018

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4 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • October 2018 ® FEATURES 54 | ATLANTA KNOWS ITS PLACE The city's top retail developers are building dense mixed-use destinations across the metro area. John Nelson 64 | INVESTORS STOCK SHELVES WITH ATLANTA PRODUCT Grocery-anchored shopping centers remain the top investment category in metro Atlanta. John Nelson 68 | FROM THE GROUND UP Through hard work and determination, Hutton has become one of the nation's largest developers. Randall Shearin 73 | STRENGTH OF SALES BOOSTS CHICAGO RETAIL Given consumer spending, the appetite for both development and investment in the Chicago area is healthy. Kristin Hiller 77 | RE-DISTRICTING EASTON TOWN CENTER Steiner + Associates will develop Easton Urban District, bringing residential and other uses to the popular destination. Randall Shearin 79 | THE 'FAIR'EST OF THEM ALL Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield is making a massive reinvestment in its Valley Fair shopping center to ensure this Silicon Valley flagship remains a top competitor for decades to come. Nellie Day DEPARTMENTS 8 NEWSLINE 24 CAPITAL MARKETS 34 DEVELOPMENT NEWS 78 CLASSIFIED REVIEWS 42 | VINO VAN GOGH Katie Sloan 46 | EYESORE NO MORE Lynn Peisner 50 | POSITION OF DOMINANCE Lynn Peisner ON THE COVER Atlanta development is growing toward more mixed-use projects. See page 54. Cover designed by Nick Topolski. Image of The Interlock, courtesy of S.J. Collins Enterprises. OCTOBER 2018 LEADING THE WAY THROUGH THE 21ST CENTURY ® GROWING SMARTER Plus: Hutton's Growth From The Ground Up Sales Strength Boosts Chicago's Retail Valley Fair's $1 Billion Transformation Capital Markets Review Atlanta sees new generation of projects that focus on dense, mixed-use environments. VOLUME 23 ISSUE 6 October 2018 shoppingcenterbusiness.com 73 79 54

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