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MACY’S, Brooklyn, Macys, Fulton Street, real estate, condo, high rise, development, commercial, Tishman Speyer, Thor Equities, Vornado Realty Trust, downtown Brooklyn,

Macy's Rethinking Brooklyn Unit's Future

The retailer has put the renovation of its Brooklyn flagship on hold and is considering a sale of the property to redevelop the site, according to sources.

Buckhead Atlanta, Ben Carter, Oliver McMillan, atlanta, retail, real estate, development, Hermès, Akris, Brunello Cucinelli, Etro, Christian Louboutin, Canali, Helmut Lang, Jimmy Choo, Tod’s, Moncler

Buckhead Atlanta Nears Completion

The high-profile, mixed-use development is an assemblage of six city blocks spread across eight acres in one of the most elegant parts of the city.

Woolworths Offers Country Road Buyout

The South African company is offering to buy out minority shareholder Solomon Lew.

Westfield Group Restructures

Two new separate companies will manage the group's portfolio of 87 shopping centers worth 70 billion Australian dollars, or $66 billion at current exchange.

Richard Baker Puts Focus on HBC's Real Estate

It's a year after Hudson's Bay Co. bought Saks Fifth Avenue for $2.9 billion and HBC's chairman is still touting how great the deal was.

ReCon, Las Vegas, convention, real state, retail, shopping malls, development, mixed use, Sears, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, J.C. Penney, JCP, Robert Perlmutter, Joseph Coradino, PREIT, Robert Taubman, Taubman Centers, icsc, Westfield World Trade Center, Saks, H&M, Brookfiled Place, Hudson Yards, American Dream, megamall,

New Formats Drive Retail Developers

The mood at last week’s ReCon convention in Las Vegas was relatively buoyant, as long as the focus is on so-called “A” malls.

Emaar Properties Plots Malls Group IPO

The listing is expected to raise between $2 billion and $2.5 billion.

Time Inc. Moving to Brookfield Place

The publishing company has signed a long-term lease for 700,000 square feet at 225 Liberty St.

Kate Spade Terminates Juicy Flagship Lease

Proceeds from transaction total $51 million.

Michael Kerchival, International Council of Shopping Centers, retail Real Estate, ICSC, shopping mall, retail

Shopping Centers: On The Rebound

Space at major centers is getting tight as landlords see an increase in tenants.

London retail, St. James's, The Crown Estate, Piccadilly, Jermyn Street, barbour international, j.m weston, cicchetti

London's St. James Goes Back to the Future

The neighborhood leverages its history for new retail area.

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