Shopping Center Business

MAY 2016

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14 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2016 ® 308 292 | ADDING TO THE LOCATION With the addition of Grand Parkway, the Houston area is seeing a boom. By Haisten Willis 296 | BALTIMORE REBORN Adaptive reuse projects and luxury residential towers are reinvigorating downtown. By Lindsey Walker Marcec 304 | A FRESH APPROACH Ramco-Gershenson Properties Trust looks at how to grow income and drive value. By Lindsey Walker Marcec 308 | AN URBAN REVIVAL Developers in the Northeast create mixed-use developments that bolster their communities. By Amy Bigley Works 316 | GRANDVIEW YARD CONTINUES TO GAIN MOMENTUM Mixed-Use Project in Columbus, Ohio, continues to add retail and other uses. By Randall Shearin 320 | ENGAGING WITH THE FUTURE OF RETAIL The latest shopping center design trends may not involve tons of construction, but rather digital architects. By Nellie Day 326 | COASTAL CAROLINA SUCCESS Jaz Development, led by President David Oliver, sees success. By Katie Sloan 330 | CHEF-DRIVEN Tom Papadopoulos discusses D.C.'s evolution of becoming a top restaurant city. Interview by Randall Shearin 336 | CREATIVE SPACES Primrose Schools continues to utilize non-traditional, imaginative locations. By Katie Sloan 340 | CREATING A NEW ENTRANCE TO USC A new large-scale mixed-use project provides retail and housing. By Randall Shearin 346 | THE PERILS OF TRENDSETTING The ups and downs of bringing trendy tenants to new retail projects. By Stephanie Skrbin 347 | STRIP STAKE Gaming takes a backseat to dining, shopping, entertainment and socializing of all kinds as the Las Vegas Strip reinvents itself yet again through a few major projects. By Nellie Day 351 | DINING: IN The appeal and use of anchor restaurants continues to grow By Yaromir Steiner 296 286 264

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