As the retail real estate industry transforms in the wake of the recession, mall and shopping center owners are building relationships with the kinds of tenants they might have ignored 5 or 10 years ago. Restaurant operators only gained acceptance as mall tenants in early 2000s. Their parking needs, long hours of operation and heavy cleaning requirements were previously seen as a burden. Gradually, however, retail landlords began doing business with large national chains like the ...

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