Shopping Center Business

DEC 2016

Shopping Center Business is the leading monthly business magazine for the retail real estate industry.

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8 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • December 2016 ® 132 | SCENE AT THE GREENE Olshan Properties tightens its approach to delivering a mixed-use community destination. By Lynn Peisner 136 | SHOPCORE: EXCEL TRUST, ACCELERATED After an acquisition by Blackstone and the appointment of a new CEO and president, ShopCore has arrived. By Nellie Day 142 | VIRTUAL REALITY BRINGS LEASING TO LIFE Madison Marquette's latest development allows tenants and township leaders to visit the property, and it hasn't even broken ground. By Lynn Peisner 148 | TECH KNOWLEDGE VERSUS TECHNOLOGY Perception and reality in the way tech is impacting retailers. By Nick A. Egelanian 150 | THE VERY LEASE YOU CAN DO A career in retail leasing and tenant representation has given two long-time commer- cial real estate executives a strong philosophy about the industry. By Kenneth Katz and Jonathan Cooper 151 | GROWING THROUGH JOINT VENTURES ARCTRUST has grown its business by venturing with smaller developers to build net lease properties. By Randall Shearin REVIEWS 46 | A SWEET EXPERIENCE Lolli and Pops delivers an authentic shopping experience, pairing upscale, modern candies with the look and feel of a vintage sweet shop. By Katie Sloan 50 | KOREAN ON THE GO Fast casual restaurant Bibigo brings quick and authentic Korean dining to the West Coast. By Katie Sloan 54 | A TOD FOR HONOLULU Salem Partners' mixed-use Mana`olana Place brings transit-oriented development to Honolulu. By Katie Sloan 92 96 106 136 151

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