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LAS VEGAS—“Shopping centers must have a diverse mix ofentertainment options and chef-driven restaurants in order to besuccessful.” So says Cary Beale, SVP of Retail Leasing for FranklinStreet.

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As GlobeSt.com recently reported, Beale wasrecently appointed to his role in order to focus on strengtheningthe division's ability to drive more value to investor clients,while also recruiting top talent in the industry on a nationalbasis. He tells GlobeSt.com that it is more important now more thanever for tenants to offer a strong omni-channel platform that makesretail shopping easy, convenient and personalized.

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“In-store shopping needs to be an exciting, pleasurable andengaging experience, which appeals to all ages,” he says. “Today'sconsumer is looking for convenience, quality and value. Specialtygrocers, discounters like TJ Maxx, Bealls Outlet and HomeGoods,along with fitness centers are the most active tenants in today'smarket. Sprouts, Aldi and Lidl are all expanding heavily in thesoutheast as well.”
He continues that “this is an exciting time for the industry asdiscount retail stores are expanding their base and benefiting fromconsumers looking for value. Experiential and service-basedmerchants are growing their sales, while fashion retailers anddepartment stores have been losing market share. The forecast forretail is changing daily, but landlords that deliver on providingservices, food and destination shopping will profit the most.”

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And for other thoughts from experts who areattending ICSC RECon event here in Las Vegas and to learn moreabout panel coverage from the event, check out the articlesbelow.

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Welcome to ICSC's RECon 2017

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How Foodie Culture Has Changed the Way BrokersThink

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Attract the Retail Store of the Future to Your CommunityNow

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Retail Expert: The Future is the Carful Curation ofSpace

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What Brick and Mortar Retailers Need to Do

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Caruso's Key to its Success, What Retailers are Lookingfor

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A Closer Look at Retail Lending,Investment

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Retailers Now Have Tremendous Options in “NewSubmarkets”

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Experts at ICSC's RECon Say It's All About Fitness, Beauty,Food and Service

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Will Food Halls be Retail's Hottest GrowthStory?

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Food and Beverage's Role in New Real Estate

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LAS VEGAS—“Shopping centers must have a diverse mix ofentertainment options and chef-driven restaurants in order to besuccessful.” So says Cary Beale, SVP of Retail Leasing for FranklinStreet.

|

As GlobeSt.com recently reported, Beale wasrecently appointed to his role in order to focus on strengtheningthe division's ability to drive more value to investor clients,while also recruiting top talent in the industry on a nationalbasis. He tells GlobeSt.com that it is more important now more thanever for tenants to offer a strong omni-channel platform that makesretail shopping easy, convenient and personalized.

|

“In-store shopping needs to be an exciting, pleasurable andengaging experience, which appeals to all ages,” he says. “Today'sconsumer is looking for convenience, quality and value. Specialtygrocers, discounters like TJ Maxx, Bealls Outlet and HomeGoods,along with fitness centers are the most active tenants in today'smarket. Sprouts, Aldi and Lidl are all expanding heavily in thesoutheast as well.”
He continues that “this is an exciting time for the industry asdiscount retail stores are expanding their base and benefiting fromconsumers looking for value. Experiential and service-basedmerchants are growing their sales, while fashion retailers anddepartment stores have been losing market share. The forecast forretail is changing daily, but landlords that deliver on providingservices, food and destination shopping will profit the most.”

|

And for other thoughts from experts who areattending ICSC RECon event here in Las Vegas and to learn moreabout panel coverage from the event, check out the articlesbelow.

|

Welcome to ICSC's RECon 2017

|

How Foodie Culture Has Changed the Way BrokersThink

|

Attract the Retail Store of the Future to Your CommunityNow

|

Retail Expert: The Future is the Carful Curation ofSpace

|

What Brick and Mortar Retailers Need to Do

|

Caruso's Key to its Success, What Retailers are Lookingfor

|

A Closer Look at Retail Lending,Investment

|

Retailers Now Have Tremendous Options in “NewSubmarkets”

|

Experts at ICSC's RECon Say It's All About Fitness, Beauty,Food and Service

|

Will Food Halls be Retail's Hottest GrowthStory?

|

Food and Beverage's Role in New Real Estate

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