Shopping Center Business

MAY 2016

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12 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2016 ® 112 198 | CHANGING WITH THE TIMES With 40 years in the business, Jim Wilson & Associates is still developing in a number of sectors. By Randall Shearin and Jaime Lackey 208 | CHANGING SALES REPORTING Exeter Data Hub is tackling the large issue of retailers reporting their sales. Interview by Randall Shearin 220 | PACIUGO'S PASSION A passion for gelato creates a retail business that thrives in high traffc locations. By Randall Shearin 226 | ROAD TO RETAIL VALUE CREATION IS EXPERIENCE Experience is playing into creating a great tenant mix, and a strong project. By Babak Ziai 230 | THE DECISION TO DE-MALL PECO Real Estate Partners re-envisions retail at the former Parmatown Mall. By Randall Shearin and Jaime Lackey 236 | THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND MULTI-SENSORY DESIGN Technology and the millennial generation are pushing retail owners, designers and contractors to create new environments focused on more than visual appeal. By Scott Acton 238 | KERASOTES THEATERS CONTINUES ITS LEGACY With a focus on luxury, Kerasotes continues to open its ShowPlace ICON theaters. By Katie Sloan 244 | CMBS SCENARIOS Debt yield and loan-to-value hurdles put maturing CMBS loans at risk. By Sean Barrie 248 | REACHING GREAT HEIGHTS Have the highest retail rents in the world gotten too high? By Lindsey Walker Marcec 264 | READING THE MARKET DJM Capital Partners maximizes the potential of complex retail estate. By Randall Shearin and Jaime Lackey 274 | TAKING CHARGE Phillips Edison & Co. creates new programs to empower employees. By Randall Shearin 282 | TRAFFIC PATTERNS Changing transportation products and priorities will have a profound impact on where and how we shop. By Nick Egelanian 286 | INDIANA SEES PENT UP DEMAND SATISFIED WITH NEW PROJECTS Favorable market conditions give developers a green light to proceed. By Christina Cannon REVIEWS 70 | PARIS BAGUETTE EXPANDS By Katie Sloan 78 | AUSSIE BRAND SEES SUCCESS IN U.S. By Katie Sloan 84 | A PIECE OF THE PIE By Katie Sloan 88 | ICE CREAM WITH A TWIST By Katie Sloan 94 | ALLERGY SAFE HAVEN By Katie Sloan 98 | BRIDGEPORT'S STEELPOINTE HARBOR TAKING SHAPE By Randall Shearin 102 | FOUNDRY ROW MOVES FORWARD By Katie Sloan 108 | MIXED-USE FITS THE MARKET By Randall Shearin 112 | STONY POINT FASHION PARK EMBRACES THE OUTDOORS By John Nelson Table of contents continues on page 14.

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