REITS ARE BOOSTING INCOME by weeding out weaker assets and focusing on top-performing retail properties. Find out more in this month's cover story.

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Pop-up shops are here today and gone tomorrow, but the concept has matured and is here to stay.

A new spate of disability-access legal actions is targeting shopping centers.

Klépierre has reaffirmed its focus on major malls with the sale of 127 grocery-anchored centers.

Increasingly, we’re learning that dining — from fast food to fine restaurants — is becoming an integral part of the tenant mix, even the equivalent of another anchor.

An advance look at the companies, products and trends all the attendees will be buzzing about at the globe's largest retail real estate convention, RECon 2014.

Piazza Urfa pays homage to an old Turkish city’s heritage.

New downtown retail will cater to the wine-tourist palate.



Sluggish holiday sales pushed several chains to announce store closures early in 2014, but landlords said they were ready to absorb the space.


Uniqlo’s Lawrence Meyer is overseeing the Japanese-based fashion chain’s U.S. rollout.


British retailer Marks & Spencer takes on France’s hypermarkets.


During the fourth quarter, the mean cap rate for U.S. retail property increased slightly to 7.7 percent.