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Wednesday, 3 May 2017

loobobilly News: As U.S. Retailers Struggle, The End Is Near For Malls

As U.S. Retailers Struggle, The End Is Near For Malls Christopher Leinberger, chair of the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University, says America's malls aren't just overbuilt, they're under bulldozed. He explains one model for the how shuttered malls can reinvent themselves, and points to a new model of store as showroom. Christopher Leinberger, chair of the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University, says America's malls aren't just overbuilt, they're under bulldozed. He explains one model for the how shuttered malls can reinvent themselves, and points to a new model of store as showroom. Business
Christopher Leinberger, chair of the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University, says America's malls aren't just overbuilt, they're under bulldozed. He explains one model for the how shuttered malls can reinvent themselves, and points to a new model of store as showroom.

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