The relationship between retail real estate landlords and their tenants has seen a shift in the last few years since the height of the recession. It’s not enough to just make sure a shopping center is fully leased. For long-term stability, shopping center owners need to have the right mix of tenants and adapt to the new economic and consumer realities of the times. Cheryl Todd, vice president of real estate management at Southern California-based commercial real estate services firm Coreland Cos., told us about the changing relationship between retail owners and tenants and how successful shopping environments are managed today. Has the relationship between tenants and landlords changed since the recession?

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