Breathe life into ailing centers

Pollack, Michael
May 2002
Shopping Center World;May2002, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p170
Trade Publication
Focuses on the significance of redeveloping existing retail properties in order to succeed in the market. Key to achieving the benefits of redevelopment and renovation; Success of the redevelopment of Times Square in New York; Advantages of the Visual Improvement Program, a redevelopment program in Glendale, Arizona.


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