Shopping Center Business

MAY 2018

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(Table of contents continued from page 6) 146 | A WORK IN PROGRESS Through redevelopment and expansion, regional mall owners are reimagining the space left behind by department stores. John Nelson 156 | WORKING WITH EXPANDING CHAINS Advice on working with expanding concepts to develop a smart plan of attack for a market. Interview by Randall Shearin 160 | ARCHI-TECH-TURE Architects and commercial design professionals are using tech-driven innovation as a new layer of virtual architecture and design. Simon Sykes 168 | FROM MALL TO MIXED-USE Starwood Retail Partners has a plan to turn some malls into mixed-use communities. Randall Shearin 176 | MIXED-USE BLOSSOMS THROUGH LANDSCAPE DESIGN Unique elements create experiences for consumers, and drive traffic to retail centers. Camren Skelton 182 | PLANNING FOR REDEVELOPMENTS Redevelopment to create new experiences is a great idea, but the physical changes required are not without their challenges. Tim Hanifin 186 | CELEBRATION POINTE SPRINGS TO LIFE New tenants and buildings are beginning to flesh out the dynamic, 1 million-square-foot, 160-acre planned community and mixed-use development in Gainesville, Florida. Lynn Peisner 192 | BREWERIES POUR LIFE INTO CITIES' SLEEPY DISTRICTS Craft breweries are reviving retail scenes across the nation. Camren Skelton 198 | THE THREE R'S OF RETAIL RENOVATION Downsizing retail space is leading to repositionings, refreshes and redesigns. Andrew Simmons and Greg Lyon 204 | GETTING TO KNOW YOU Westfield is pairing next-level customer insights with customer service. Lynn Peisner 212 | BLUHAWK TAKES PLACE MAKING TO NEW HEIGHTS Price Brothers' $750 million development in Overland Park, Kansas, will complement retail with an indoor multi-sport complex, civic center, science museum, hotels and more. Lynn Peisner 218 | RETAIL AND DINING ARE PART OF A WINNING FORMULA FOR STADIUM DEVELOPMENT Constructing a stadium within a surrounding mixed-use district benefits all players in the real estate game. Kristin Hiller 226 | BRINGING LIFE BACK TO THE MALL Moonbeam Capital Investments focuses on leasing to a diverse group of next-generation tenants. Lynn Peisner 234 | THE SECRET TO MAKING A VISION COME TO LIFE How are incredible retail and entertainment environments made? Start with the right team, the right brand, the right plan, and add in successful programs, and success will follow. Julie Brinkerhoff-Jacobs and Daniel Burgner 240 | SAVING TIME IN A BOTTLE Hendricks Commercial Properties is kicking off a $260 million mixed- use redevelopment project centered around an iconic Indianapolis landmark. Lynn Peisner 246 | THE BUY SIDE OF NET LEASE Net lease owners should pay close attention to market dynamics when determining when to trade properties. Interview by Randall Shearin 252 | HEALTHCARE AND RETAIL CONVERGE A confluence of factors has led to more medical practices occupying space in shopping centers. Taylor Williams 259 | GROCERY CHAINS EMBRACING TECH Supermarkets are evolving to offer online ordering and delivery options — and it could affect real estate. Haisten Willis 262 | GETTING OUT OF OUR OWN WAY How landlords, brokers and lawyers can help retailers stay alive. Nina L. Kampler 8 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2018 ®

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