April 2002
Shopping Center World;Apr2002, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p9
Trade Publication
Presents updates relevant to shopping centers in the United States as of April 2002. Financing arranged by L.J. Melody & Co. for building a mall; Acquisitions made by the joint venture of P.O.B. Montgomery & Co., Apollo Real Estate Advisors and GE Capital Real Estate.


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