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 five or ten years ago. For instance, restaurant operators only came to be accepted as mall tenants in early 2000s because their parking needs, long hours of operations and heavy cleaning requirements were previously seen as a burden. Gradually, however, retail landlords began doing business with large ...

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