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ICSC Gathers in Tough Times

Smaller convention seen

Ao Building Brings Twist to Aoyama

Development hopes to buck economy

European Developers Scale Back

Economy sees projects delayed.

The Meatpacking District Rises Again

The Meatpacking District continues to be in demand with the rise of The Standard Hotel, as well as a burst of…

Spending Habits Evolving in Texas

Even Dallas socialites are finding ways to trim spending.

Sharper Spending

More consumers in the U.S. are planning cuts in discretionary spending in the next 12 months than the…

Q&A With Michael H. Ratner

The Richter+Ratner sign has been ubiquitous at construction sites along luxury lanes and malls in the U.S.

Architect Libeskind Takes on Switzerland Mall

Architect Daniel Libeskind, creator of the World Trade Center master plan, seeks to break the retail mold.

A Major Test for REITS

Beset by macroeconomic woes, real estate investment trusts, or REITS, are being tested.

Retail Lifts Off at Europe’s Airports

Heathrow, Charles de Gaulle and Frankfurt are important venues for luxury shopping.

Simon Extending Retail Boundaries

The largest U.S. real estate investment trust is raising its international profile.

Beauty Blooms in Covent Garden

The iconic London neighborhood has established itself as a destination for spas, salons and edgy brands.