When it comes to leasing negotiations, the pendulum has finally swung back in the landlord’s favor—at least according to retail REIT executives who’ve made it to this year’s RECon show. Owners and managers of malls and shopping centers say they’ve been getting meeting requests from tenants with aggressive expansion plans and, given the lack of new development on horizon, the expanding retailers are more amenable to both occupying second-generatio
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