THE WORLD'S DEVELOPERS ARE RENOVATING AND EXPANDING existing properties rather than building new ones. Find out more in this month's cover story.

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U.S. malls broke productivity records in 2012 as average nonanchor retail sales rose to $448 per square foot.

Developers are bringing Europe's downtowns back to life with innovative retail and entertainment.

A global battle with organized thieves is escalating.

The net-lease market is attracting more institutional investors.

A variety of investors are snapping up U.S. retail properties.

Risk-averse investors turn to Europe’s top-tier properties.

Those supposedly hard-to-fill vacant big boxes are leasing up fast.

Firms’ commitment to communities goes beyond building places to shop.

Bal Harbour’s Whitman family will co-develop the retail portion of Brickell CityCentre, a luxury mixed-use project in downtown Miami.

Private equity funds are speeding the growth of Latin America’s retailers.

The country's robust economy is encouraging major retail investment.

There is intense competition among developers to build China’s centers.

A city that's hungry for more retail

Retail therapy is a real phenomenon for many shoppers, a report says.

Inland Real Estate Group founder Daniel Goodwin built an empire.

The U.S. grocery sector is undergoing seismic changes.

U.S. regional malls performed well during the first quarter, with vacancy down to 8.3 percent.