The $2.6 billion project from New World Development is a game-changing complex situated on the Kowloon waterfront.
Stanley Whitman saw the potential in luxury long before the rest of the shopping-center industry.
Technology innovator inspires shopping center industry conference attendees.
Upscale and unfamiliar is how the developer of The Royal Poinciana Plaza describes the new retail mix.
In the U.S., New York, Miami and Los Angeles are expected to experience continued demand for luxury retail real estate.
Creativity is the common thread that runs through all of the projects.
Stephen Lebovitz, president and chief executive officer of CBL Properties, explains.
With the fall of oil prices, the retail sector is a key contributor to GDP growth of economies in countries across the Gulf region, from the United Arab Emirates through Saudi Arabia.
At play is about 1 million square feet that has been earmarked for apparel manufacturing and another 1 million set aside for support purposes.
The city is thriving due to its diversifying landscape attracting more than the traditional vacationists.
Business is underpinned by high quality of life along with low cost of living and ongoing job growth.
The developer and hotelier is planning more projects in the Puerto Madero district as well as expansion of his Faena District in Miami Beach.
The nation’s major developers are sticking with plans to invest a total of $6.5 billion over the next four years.
Global supply of malls is expanding by the double-digits but that growth rate won’t last, a CBRE survey found.
An expansion brings greater fashion, food, entertainment and sports activities to the center.