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Las Vegas was the second-most desired city for luxury brands in the U.S., according to the study.

New York, Vegas, L.A. Most Desired by Luxury Brands

JLL’s 2016 “Destination Retail Report,” released during ReCon, cited Manhattan as the most attractive U.S. city for cross-border luxury brands.

Store closings are up, rents are down, supply of space outstrips demand and online retailing continues to surge. As they head to the International Council of Shopping Centers’ ReCon conference, taking place next week in Las Vegas, mall and city street l

ICSC Preview: Luring Shoppers While Staying Profitable

As they head to the International Council of Shopping Centers’ ReCon conference, taking place next week in Las Vegas, mall and city street landlords are figuring out ways to reuse space and entice shoppers with entertaining experiences while remaining profitable.

Sydney’s Oxford Street has attracted dozens of fashion retailers.

Sydney’s Oxford Street Sees Major Redevelopment

The Oxford Street area outside of central Sydney is in a major redevelopment.

Covent Garden’s retail roots stretch back to the 1600s.

London’s Covent Garden Becoming Lifestyle Hub

The historic neighborhood is transforming into a lifestyle hub.

Luxury Center Planned for Scottsdale, Arizona

The Palmeraie will seek to attract locals and visitors to the area.

Macerich Posts Gains in Quarter

The Santa Monica, Calif.-based real estate investment trust has been busy making deals.

Mall of Oman will open in 2020

Oman Gets $1.8 Billion for Mall Developments

Majid Al Futtaim to invest $1.8 billion to build malls in Oman in the next five years.

Unlike many other malls nationwide losing tenants, Beverly Center in Los Angeles remains “close to capacity” according to owner Taubman Centers.

Taubman Centers Beats on Revenue Estimates, Tenant Sales Drop

Taubman Centers delivered first quarter revenue that beat expectations, but tenant sales decreased slightly.

Taubman Opens First in a Series of Centers in Asia

CityOn.Xi’an is 95 percent leased, approximately 80 percent occupied and anchored by Wangfujing Department Store.