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LOS ANGELES-One of the ways that property owners have adjusted to the downturn is to find new types of tenants for empty spaces. This is especially true in the retail sector, where department store and big box closings have left landlords with lots of space to fill and relatively few big national tenants looking for such space. GlobeSt.com West Coast editor Natalie Dolce talked with Ellen Berkowitz, a real estate partner at law firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips in Los Angeles, about solutions and approaches to the empty space.

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