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ICSC has collaborated with WSJ Custom Studios to create an immersive experience about retail real estate.

The educational campaign aims to dispel misperceptions about the state of brick-and-mortar retail, providing an engaging look at how shopping centers continue to thrive by evolving and better serving their local communities.

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Medical clinic to take over Macy’s space at Durham, N.C., mall

Good real estate always finds a good use, as evidenced by Duke University Health Systems’ decision to open a clinic in the former Macy’s anchor store at Northgate Mall, in Durham, N.C.

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Why e-commerce doesn’t faze landlord Kemper Freeman

If anything keeps mall owner Kemper Freeman up at night, it certainly isn’t e-commerce, Freeman tells The Wall Street Journal. Freeman, owner of Bellevue (Wash.) Square, argues that e-commerce is “not our enemy,” but on the contrary is complementary to physical retail.

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News Maker: Laura DeSwart is heading up Triple Five’s expansion into China

In 1999 Laura DeSwart left China, where she had grown up, and immigrated to the U.S. to learn more about a quintessential American business: shopping centers. She had already gotten a taste of the business in China, where she leased and managed some of the country’s very first centers. But she was eager to learn more and decided that the best place to do that would be the U.S., the birthplace of the shopping center industry.

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