NEW YORK — Developers, landlords and retailers are looking to grow in dense urban markets, citing the potential for productive, differentiated units — and the profits and rents they can command. The so-called “urbanization of retail” was a recurring theme among attendees and presenters at the International Council of Shopping Center’s New York National Conference held here this week. The ICSC is a trade association representing interests of retail shopping ...
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