Feeling the Pain

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The financial crisis has turned retail development on its head. With credit almost nonexistent and customer demands dipping fast, projects are being delayed and scaled back.SEE LIST AT LEFT FOR ALL OF TODAY'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

Rendering of the upcoming J.K. Iguatemi mall in São Paulo.


Brazil Mall Owner Iguatemi on Growth Track

Affluence, hunger for product help propel Brazil mall owner Iguatemi’s expansion.

clock October 13, 2008Sharon Edelson



A Family’s Retail Legacy

In the Philippines, a new generation of Tantocos forges ahead.

clock October 13, 2008Bambina Wise

A rendering of Cross County shopping center.


Cross County Shopping Center Gets Makeover

Macerich leading redevelopment of Yonkers, N.Y., facility.

clock October 13, 2008David Moin

A rendering of the Echelon in Las Vegas, which is on hold.


Developers, Retailers Feel the Pain

Projects are being scaled back, delayed and abandoned.

clock October 13, 2008Sharon Edelson and Georgia Lee

Stephen Karp

Human Resources

Q&A With Stephen Karp

An interview with a top New England retail developer.

clock October 13, 2008Katherine Bowers

Harlem’s varied streetscapes.


Harlem Retail Opportunities Despite Financial Crisis

Despite worries that the retail boomlet will slow, Harlem?s potential remains enticing.

clock October 13, 2008David Moin


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Nike Still ‘Most Valuable’ Apparel Brand Despite Recent Setbacks

clock 5hKali Hays and Lorelei Marfil

Social Studies