“The Future of Shopping Malls: What Will Save Brick and Mortar?” – Madison Bloom

March 29, 2017 Christian Sarkar

Anchor stores were once the lifeblood of the shopping mall, drawing both customers and other tenants. But retail and the malls have changed, and consumers are more likely to shop the smaller retailers in the mall than stop in at the big department stores. The retail industry is bracing itself for a massive collapse. Over […]


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