In a time when every good can be bought on the Internet, creating an experience is what continues to draw shoppers to retail centers.
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With the resurgence of planned, high-density ground up and repositioned projects in downtown environments, there is clearly a desire and need to anchor those environments with a strong retail component.
Car2Go users who want to catch a movie or do some shopping will be able to park the vehicles at a new set of spaces at Easton Town Center starting this weekend.
Easton Town Center falls outside the “Home Area” for car2go service, but the car-sharing system is announcing today the addition of 20 dedicated satellite parking spots located on the north and south sides of the property.
Perhaps the best way to begin a discussion about the “urbanization of suburbia”—a concept that has been discussed and debated with increasing frequency in recent years—is to correct a simple misunderstanding: there is no urbanization of suburbia.
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.
Easton Town Center’s Fenlon Street and Fenlon Way were transformed this summer into a family-friendly destination.
There is a seismic shift taking place in the bedrock of retail real estate development.
As generations of frustrated parents have patiently explained to their children who are begging for the latest and greatest toy or whining because they don’t have the cool new gadget, there is a difference between needing something and wanting something.
The internal forces that have buffeted the regional mall format range from changes in management style, to design and programming philosophy, and the influence of new technologies on retail behavior.