Malls Form Partnerships with Churches (Tuesday's News & Notes)

With the shortage of expanding retailers in the marketplace, mall owners have turned to courting unconventional tenants. Among these tenants are schools, government buildings and, increasingly, churches. It turns out houses of worship can be a boon for retail property owners. Not only are they willing to take second-rate spaces, they bring in a sizable number of shoppers on weekends.

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