Shopping Centers Today

MAR 2017

Shopping Centers Today is the news magazine of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

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M A R C H 2 0 1 7 / S C T 3 6 THE COMMON AREA Developers urge Congress to act on its pledge to cut regulations. And David Simon encourages retailers to invest in their stores 18 STOREFRONTS Tenants featured this month improve on beauty treatment, kitchen and bathroom accessories, photography, high-tech gadgets and chocolate 26 DEVELOPMENT DIGEST SteelCraft has created a new dining experience in Long Beach, Calif., out of old shipping containers, and is looking to do the same in other cities 48 SITES & CITIES Retail space is created out of old silos in Texas, a former Macy's in Hawaii and a long-shuttered department store in Newark, N.J. 54 NEWS MAKERS Vincent Corno leverages his retailer experience in his new role heading up leasing and development at DDR 58 THE LAST STOP Despite their struggles in some centers, department store anchors still play important roles in attracting tenants, shoppers and financing 18 30 20 52 S H O P P I N G C E N T E R S T O D A Y M A R C H 2 0 1 7 contents 28 A BREATH OF FRESH OPEN-AIR Owners are investing heavily in upgrading their open-air centers, and in the process are reinventing the format with new uses BY STEVE M c LINDEN 40 TAXING CONUNDRUM Landlords are contending with rising property values, higher taxes and declining cap rates BY STEVE BERGSMAN 44 WEBSITE REBOOT It's as important to keep your website looking sharp as your shopping center, experts say, advocating regular upgrades BY JOE GOSE Departments Features ON THE COVER: DDR's Lee Vista Promenade, in Orlando, Fla.

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