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COVID-19 Forced The Grocery Industry To Pivot. Which Changes Are Likely To Stay? How Retail Is Preparing For A Post-COVID-19 WorldPosted on
If you’re not exclusively relying on Shipt or Instacart, you’ve likely noticed the changing landscape of grocery stores. From one-way shopping lanes to online ordering and curbside pick-up, the grocery […]
Gradual Re-openings Show Modest Gains at Macy’s… Sports Worlds Collide in Texas… Augusta National Purchases Shopping CenterPosted on
Read about how the gradual re-openings are showing modest gains at Macy’s, how sports worlds are colliding in a Texas mixed-use project, and about Augusta Nationals largest, single real estate purchase.
Turning Point for Retail in COVID Era… Shopping Centers Turn Old into New… Technology Jolts In-Store ExperiencesPosted on
Read about how Memorial Day marked a turning point for retail in COVID era, how shopping centers are turning the old into new, and how technology is being used to jolt in-store experiences.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail industry has had to make drastic adjustments to how it conducts business. Shopping in-store has become discouraged, limited, or banned, affecting the behavior […]
Malls & Retail Start to Emerge Again… Developer Spends $100M for Re-Development… Let’s Go To The Mall: Quarantine EditionPosted on
Read about how malls and retail start to emerge once again, how one developer has no fear in the future and invest $100M in redevelopment, and Robin Scherbatsky’s new take: “Let’s Go To The Mall: Quarantine Edition”.