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People sit at tables at the Stanford Shopping Center, a Simon Property Group property in Palo Alto, Calif., . Simon Property Group, the nation's largest shopping mall owner, made a $10 billion hostile bid Tuesday to acquire ailing rival General Growth PropertiesSimon Properties General Growth, Palo Alto, USA

Simon Property Stock Dips After Positive Full-Year Results

The mall operator had a good year, despite a lag in fourth-quarter revenue.

— January 31, 2018
Aesop, Tanner Goods and Umami Burger, on the coveted corner of Broadway and 9th Street.

Relighting L.A.’s Broadway District

The downtown district’s swift transformation is largely a result of the retail strategy of New York-based brokerage firm Tungsten Property.

— December 8, 2014
Inside The Mall at Short Hills in Short Hills, N.J.

Green Shoots for Retail at Taubman

Ceo Robert Taubman said tenant sales per square foot rose 12.4 percent in the first quarter.

— April 27, 2018

Gap to Move Manhattan Offices

Retailer Gap Inc. plans to consolidate its creative offices in New York without downsizing the staff.

— October 9, 2009
A rendering of Macerich’s Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek, Calif.

Macerich Focuses on ‘Winners’ in Portfolio

The Macerich Company’s Arthur Coppola said the real estate investment trust is starting to reap the benefits of some major changes.

— April 30, 2015

General Growth Properties Gains in Quarter

The nation’s second-largest mall operator has a portfolio focused on class A properties.

— May 2, 2016

Branding and the In-store Experience Explored at WWD Real Estate Forum

Industry leaders discussed the importance of branding, targeting Millennials and how to leverage new technologies to drive sales.

— October 9, 2015
Chanel Cruse 2019

Chanel Spends Big on Its Manhattan Headquarters

The luxury French retailer has paid $81.5 million for a 17-story Midtown building.

— June 23, 2018

Troubled Chicago Project Might Open Soon

Despite a lawsuit, developers of Block 37 seek pre-Thanksgiving launch.

— November 13, 2009
Shoppers at King of Prussia Mall in suburban Philadelphia.

Developer: Time to Rethink Shopping Malls

Local economic development boards are struggling to maintain the viability of the vacant real estate created by closed malls.

— April 27, 2015
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.

— May 2, 2016

Study Reveals NYC as Retail Melting Pot

The analysis surveyed 906 Manhattan retailers in three key shopping districts.

— December 17, 2015

Express to Open Brooklyn Flagship

The 10,000-square-foot space will reside on the ground level of 490 Fulton Street.

— August 15, 2011
Robert Taubman, 2011

Taubman Sells 50 Percent Stake in Asia Centers

The developer will continue to pursue new projects in China and Korea.

— February 14, 2019

In Brief: Saks To Shut Store… Tarrant Loss Shrinking…

Saks Fifth Avenue said Monday that it will close a 73,000-square-foot leased store in the Galleria Mall in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on July 20.

— May 13, 2008