By  on November 26, 2013

As retailers slug it out for market share and the attention of distracted consumers, landlords are taking full advantage of the limited amount of space in A and B malls.

“The vacancy rates have really narrowed,” said Andrew Graiser, copresident of A&G Realty Partners, a real estate advisory firm. “You’re in a world right now where there’s little to no growth in new developments outside of outlets. There are a lot of retailers that are growing, they have no place to grow, so therefore there’s a lot more demand for A- and B-quality retail. The rents are going up.”

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