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Mixed-use properties have been one of the saving graces of brick-and-mortar retail, and much of the new retail construction incorporates a mixed-use element. The trend has encouraged retail owners to redevelop a portion of the property for another use—with hotels being the most popular. However, not all retail centers are a good candidate for mixed-use, and struggling retail properties in particular are not a good candidate for partnerships with a hotel flag.

Kelsi Maree Borland

Kelsi Borland is a freelance writer and editor living whose work has appeared in such publications as Travel + Leisure, Angeleno and Riviera Orange County.

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