By the end of the day Tuesday it was clear that the industry’s expectations for the 2014 RECon show had been fulfilled—the retail real estate market is once again vibrant, with tenants signing new leases, lenders clamoring to offer debt for new acquisitions and multiple investor classes looking to buy retail assets, wherever they may find them.
But some major challenges still remain, the biggest among them the question of what’s going to happen to cl
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