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CHICAGO-While it’s true that both occupancy and rents continued to drop in the second quarter 2010, researchers at Marcus & Millichap said in their recent market report that the losses have slowed considerably. Sprinkle in 0.2% job growth and add a dash of renewed interest, and the Chicago retail market might have the making of a comeback starting in the fourth quarter, the company officials said.


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