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Guesst Builds a Home for Brands at The Westchester

The technology platform is moving into its own brick-and-mortar locations.

Simon Properties Partners With Rue Gilt Groupe in $280 Million Venture

Simon, the nation's biggest shopping center developer and operator, will become a 50 percent partner in Rue…

The Retail Puzzle

The death of brick-and-mortar is definitely trending. But is it true?

David Simon Could Keep Investing in Retail

The mall operator said there could be more opportunities to take off his landlord hat and invest in stores.

Retail Deal-making Shows Signs of Life at ReCon 2019

Several real estate investment trusts logged their highest sales per square foot in the recent first quarter.

Hope & Henry Graduates From Incubator to Stores

The company is keeping the collection affordable by taking a smaller margin, as well as other measures.

Change Agents: More, Bigger Change for Retail

Changes at Lord & Taylor, corporate splits at VF and Gap, and an e-commerce test from Simon Property could…

David Simon on Retail: ‘Most of the Bad News Is Behind Us’

Simon Property Group is gaining momentum, redeveloping some spaces and moving on to new tenants.

Simon Shifts Into High Gear for Indy 500

Fashion and car racing don't make strange bedfellows.

Simon Testing a Web Site Devoted to Outlet Shopping

Beta testing of Simon's web site begins today.

David Simon on Retail Woes and His Company’s Success

The real estate ceo said he has a scary list of retailers that are struggling.

Malls Still Have Significant Value

A report from Simon Property Group found the real estate development firm created more than 300K jobs in…

Some Malls Are Still Surviving — Even Thriving

Foot traffic in malls owned by Simon Property Group continues to rise, even as online shopping becomes more…

Seeking the Mall’s New Formula

Developers, retailers and others continue to seek ways to reinvent the mall — from entertainment to…

Hope & Henry Moves Into The Edit @Roosevelt Field

The permanent pop-up concept features the children's wear brand.