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Landlords See Profits Rise at U.S. Shopping Centers

Malls gain despite shifting a retail landscape, according to the ICSC and the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries.

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The University Center at The New School Set to Open

The sprawling 375,000-square-foot hub of The New School, will officially open its doors Thursday on the university’s Greenwich Village campus.

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Kempinski Galleria Aims to Boost Nairobi's Luxe Factor

To foreigners, the annex may look modest, but in Kenya’s capital city it is a real plunge into unknown.

Westfield Gains Rights to Manhattan's Fulton Center

The Australian developer will put its imprimatur on another downtown retail and transportation project.

Starwood Capital Acquires Swedish Retail Properties

The properties are located in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo and Uppsala, and the tenant lineup includes well-known international nameplates, such as H&M.

Carrefour to Create Shopping Mall Group

The French retailer plans to buy 124 malls from Klépierre for $2.7 billion.

Simon Plans Spin-off of Smaller Properties

New REIT, to be call SpinCo, will house strip centers and smaller malls.

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Reinventing Malls, Deals Drive ICSC

In a bid to attract more luxury tenants, including restaurants, mall are expanding with more street-facing storefronts.

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Bal Harbour's Stanley Whitman Looks Back

The luxury center's owner and visionary developer turned 95 on Nov. 15, and yet continues to go to work two to three days a week.

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Europe's Luxury Rents on the Rise

The unstinting demand for retail properties in prime locations has helped boost rents on a number of luxury streets over the past year.

REITs Benefit From Sellers' Market

Real estate investment trusts focus on the better part of their portfolios.

Glenn J. Rufrano Named O'Connor CEO

The real estate veteran was previously ceo of Cushman & Wakefield.

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