As place-making has become an increasingly important element in creating value in today’s retail environment, are older shopping centers really able to compete? The answer is absolutely, as outdated shopping centers from coast to coast have been reborn through updated graphics, lighting, signage, landscaping improvements, and minor architectural updates. Such improvements have not only increased consumer traffic, but helped to sway shoppers to stay longer and spend more
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