It may be hard to believe after the bad rap lifestyle centers had gotten during the downturn, but investors are once again interested in this product type, even if they’ve become much pickier about which properties they are willing to put money in.
Statistics put together by Real Capital Analytics, a New York City-based research firm, show that year-to-date investment sales volume in the lifestyle center sector, including closed deals and transactions unde
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