THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN was not kind to shopping center owners, who saw vacancies rise, rents fall and investors flee as small shops struggled and retail bankruptcies rose in recent years. But according to some, it's also a sector that's finally poised to rebound. Jeffrey Rogers, president and chief operating officer of Integra Realty Resources, New York, said investor interest is growing in grocery-anchored strip shopping centers with an eye on anchor tenants regaining strength and small ...

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