The Future of Enclosed Malls in Secondary and Tertiary Locations

Eric Kaufman, David Kopp and Howard Ervin at Symphony Property Group in Bedford, N.Y., submitted some thoughts to me on what enclosed malls might need to do to stay user-friendly in the 21st Century. They were inspired by an article that appeared in Sunday's New York Times about America's love affair with malls being on the rocks.

I thought I would post it here to see what others thought. I'm becoming a big fan of Scribd. It seems like a great way to share longer pieces like this. So if other readers out there would care to submit pieces like this, I'd be glad to consider sharing them on Traffic Court.

Keeping Ahead of the Curve

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