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CBRE: Retailers Back in Expansion Mode

Instead of hearing about massive store closures this year, we could get more news about chains opening their doors, according to a just-released retail report by CB Richard Ellis. The report surveyed executives at just over 100 retail companies — most of them national — and found that more than 90% of the respondents planned to boost store counts.

One chain highlighted was 7-Eleven. “With other retailers shedding stores, 7-Eleven is in a position to acquire top retail space that wasn’t available a few years ago,” said Dan Porter, that company’s vice president of real estate and new store development.
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Does De-Boxing Work?

This Minneapolis Star Tribune article looks at the prospect of cutting up vacant big-box stores into multiple spaces for smaller tenants. Landlords certainly have room to get creative with the closures of Circuit City, Linens ‘n Things and others, while it seems like large-format retailers aren’t expanding like they used to.

But the prospect is also much more expensive than finding a replacement tenant, shopping center owners say.
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