Shopping Center Business

MAY 2018

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

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6 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2018 ® FEATURES 78 | RETAIL EVOLUTION Retail — and retail real estate — are changing thanks to influences from technology, new shopping habits and the way consumers spend time. Compiled by Randall Shearin and Lynn Peisner 90 | RECREATING THE EXPERIENCE Spinoso Real Estate Group has a goal to recreate the mall experience. Randall Shearin 98 | NET LEASE STAYS STEADY Fully priced properties withstanding changing capital environment. Joe Gose 108 | 18 HOURS WITH BELL TOWER Madison Marquette is redeveloping Bell Tower Shops into an all-day-and-night destination with a sleek, modern new look. Lynn Peisner 112 | 2018: THE LOOK AHEAD New legislation and a strengthened investment climate bring positivity to retail. Scott Holmes 116 | FOOD HALLS BRING OLD REAL ESTATE TO LIFE Consumers flock to unique eateries within historic properties. Kristin Hiller 124 | THE MORPHOLOGY OF MALLS As the nation looks to transform malls into other uses, here are important considerations to undertake. Sean Slater 132 | OPPORTUNITIES IN STORE With grocery-anchored centers in demand, ShopOne is poised for growth. Lynn Peisner and Randall Shearin 136 | RETAILERS FOCUS ON OMNI-CHANNELING CBRE's Melina Cordero provides insight into the trends affecting retail real estate. Interview by Randall Shearin 142 | HOW TECHNOLOGY OPTIMIZES SITE SELECTION Why technology and data are important, now more than ever. Andy Misiaveg (Table of contents continued on page 8) DEPARTMENTS 14 NEWSLINE 36 CAPITAL MARKETS 48 DEVELOPMENT NEWS 263 CLASSIFIED REVIEWS 56 | FRONTGATE'S NEW LOOK Katie Sloan 60 | TOUGHEN UP Katie Sloan 64 | NEIGHBORING VALUE Lynn Peisner 68 | CAMBRIDGESIDE REFLECTS COMMUNITY Katie Sloan 74 | EASTON: EVER-EVOLVING Randall Shearin ON THE COVER "New developments and rede- velopments focus on consumers and communities." see page 78. Top image courtesy of Robert B. Aikens & Associates/JPRA Architects; bottom image courtesy of Westfield. Cover designed by Nick Topolski. MAY 2018 LEADING THE WAY THROUGH THE 21ST CENTURY In an omni-channel retail environment, center owners add other uses to create community-oriented hubs. CONSUMER FOCUSED VOLUME 23 ISSUE 1 May 2018 shoppingcenterbusiness.com 108 116

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