FLORIDA is still a magnet for retail development

Lewis, Steve
August 2002
Shopping Center World;Aug2002, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p25
Trade Publication
Presents an outlook on retail development in Florida as of August 2002. Challenges faced by shopping mall developers; Role of tourist trade in Orlando; Retail store that is expanding in Tampa; Projection on the rents in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach.


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