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Kate Spade Terminates Juicy Flagship Lease

Proceeds from transaction total $51 million.

Michael Kerchival, International Council of Shopping Centers, retail Real Estate, ICSC, shopping mall, retail

Shopping Centers: On The Rebound

Space at major centers is getting tight as landlords see an increase in tenants.

London retail, St. James's, The Crown Estate, Piccadilly, Jermyn Street, barbour international, j.m weston, cicchetti

London's St. James Goes Back to the Future

The neighborhood leverages its history for new retail area.

Shanghai retail, the Bund, Heritage Showcase Shanghai, retail real estate, mercedes-benz arena, david roth, 8 squared inc., pudong

Shanghai Lights Up Retail Development

There are big plans for the area known as the “south Bund” — in fact, overwhelming plans.

London, retail, real estate, Brompton Cross, Fulham Road, Sloane Street, Bond Street

Brompton Cross' Neighborhood Charm

Luxury and contemporary labels alike are flocking to London’s tony neighborhood.

Dubai retail real estate, Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates, nicholas maclean, CBRE, george kostas, MAF, majid al futtaim

Developers Thinking Small in Dubai

A number of developers are experimenting with smaller neighborhood or community-style projects.

lvmh, louis vuitton moet hennessey, samaritaine, department store, Paris, renovation, La Samaritaine, legal, court, constrution permit, restoration, Rue de Rivoli, Anne Hidalgo

La Samaritaine Project Hits Roadblock

The Paris administrative court has cancelled a key portion of the construction permit delivered by Paris City Hall.

Qatar Holdings Buys Stake in French Property Firm

Unibail-Rodamco agreed to sell its 7.25 percent stake in Société Foncière Lyonnaise.

Simon Property Group Gains in First Quarter

Occupancy, funds from operations rise despite flat tenant sales.

Westfield, world trade center, greg miles, Michael Kors, Burberry, Ferragamo, Diane von Furstenberg, retail space, downtown nyc, Brookfield Place, Giorgio Armani, Tom Ford, Tiffany & Co.

Westfield World Trade Center Finds Retail Tenants

The center is expected to do $700 million to $1 billion in annual retail sales and $2,000 to $3,000 in sales per square foot.

Rick Caruso Eyes the Future at RealShare Conference

The Caruso Affiliated founder and ceo isn't backing away from statements he made in January declaring the end of the typical American mall.

retail, subway stations, Turnstyle, MTA, Metropolitan Transit Authority, underground, 59th Street-Columbus Circle, Time Warner Center, Hearst Tower, Nordstrom, flagship, Susan Fine

Turnstyle to Bring Retail Underground at Columbus Circle

The project envisions a 30,000-square-foot underground shopping mall populated by beauty, fashion, accessories and food shops.

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