Learning to love the money pit

Christoffer, Marti
September 2002
Shopping Center World;Sep2002, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p156
Trade Publication
Presents guide in searching for retail space by first-time tenants. Demand of a retail landlord; Description of a retail lease; Cost of tenant's bid-out as an incentive.


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