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A glitzy 1 million square feet of retail space opens at the Hudson Yards development in New York on Friday, promising to offer city dwellers and tourists alike a shopping experience unlike your traditional neighborhood mall.
At Hudson Yards, 1 million square feet will be devoted to retailers like Lululemon and Louis Vuitton, and for brands born on the internet.
David Harrison of Charter Hall discusses the impact of Australia's economy on the company. He also talks about the firm's retail real estate business.
Payless ShoeSource, Tesla, Gap, Victoria's Secret and Family Dollar are just a few of the companies that have said this year they plan to close stores.
4,810 store closures have been announced by retailers so far this year, according to Coresight Research.
Abercrombie & Fitch is planning to close up to 40 stores, mostly in the U.S., during fiscal 2019.
President Donald Trump rose 51 spots in Forbes' annual ranking of billionaires, the magazine reported Tuesday, despite his net worth remaining the same since last year.
The VC firm is growing with a new retail-focused fund that raised $64.25 million as of November, according to an SEC filing.
"Maybe if there weren't all these men running companies we would possibly have different results," says Alicia Glen, outgoing New York City deputy mayor for development.
A recent wave of store closure announcements will hit shopping malls across the U.S.
J.C. Penney says it will shutter 27 stores this year. But the company says to expect more closures in 2020 and beyond would be 'a fair read.'
Amazon is scaling back its expansion in Seattle by seeking tenants for the 30 floors of office space it leased at Rainier Square, GeekWire reports.
Across the country, many workers find themselves too far away from the right jobs.
Cannabis stocks are the next huge growth area and wont collapse like cryptocurrencies says one wealth adviser.
Champion REIT saw record highs in occupancy for one of its properties and in distributable income for 2018. Ada Wong of Champion REIT discusses what supported the good report card for the company.
The political pressure that sunk Amazon's New York City deal was borne out of a lack of understanding of the benefits, says billionaire William Rudin.