REITs go shopping-for other REITs

Boswell, Brannon
December 2002
Shopping Center World;Dec2002, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the search of real estate investment trusts by shopping mall owners during the Christmas season in the U.S. Refusal of the unsolicited bid of Simon Properties by Taubman Centers Chief Operating Officer Robert Taubman; Expectations of a merger wave on the slowdown in retail growth; Possibility of General Growth to bid on the Taubman Centers.


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