Fountain in front of Tiffany & Co at Easton Town Center in Columbus, OH

Anchors: Away – The emergence of the place as an anchor

September 3rd, 2013

By Steiner + Associates

“There is a seismic shift taking place in the bedrock of retail real estate development. Like the tectonic forces that move continents, the shift is gradual, but it is also profound: the definition of what constitutes an anchor in a retail or mixed-use development is changing once again.”

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