Chris Weilminster Chris Weilminster

MIAMI—While there’s plenty of attention on Downtown Miami’s retail scene—and with good reason—Federal Realty Investment Trust, a publicly-traded REIT, is looking to urban neighborhoods beyond downtown for retail profits. In 2015 firm purchased CocoWalk for $87.5 million and Sunset Place for $110.2 million in partnership with Comras Company and Grass River Property.

GlobeSt.com caught up with Chris Weilminster, executive vice president and president of Federals’ mixed-use division, to discuss strategy in part two of this exclusive interview. You can still read part one: Why This Major REIT is Targeting Iconic Assets.

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