LAS VEGAS—One topic was inescapable at this year's RECon: Theongoing evolution of big box retailers. Junior-anchor tenantsaren't expanding as they were in the past, and many operators ofthose stores, such as Borders, have shut down, orin the case of Best Buy, are downsizing.GlobeSt.com spoke with director of retail brokerage MattHammond and senior associate Ben Terry ofSouthern California-based Coreland Companies aboutthe future of the big box.

GlobeSt.com: What were some of the themes at REConthis year among tenants and landlords?

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