So this article came out today in the Wall Street Journal related to retail Tenants. I think these trends will continue for a while, but clearly it is a better option than simply shuttering up storefronts. Creation of smaller spaces may allow new Tenants the opportunity to enter shopping centers that may otherwise never have been available. Tenants should remember that a review of their lease when specific stores leave a center or mall may directly impact their leases and may provide some cost savings!
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