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    January

  • 01-03-20

    Data-Driven Physical Real Estate Still Wins with China’s Retail Consumers

    When e-commerce first became entrenched in China, it seemed to sound the death knell for traditional retail. Sporting venues and other cultural attractions are helping bring foot traffic to the experiential retail of the future, said panelists at a ULI event in Shanghai.

  • December

  • 12-13-19

    How Mall Developers in Asia Are Using Data to Drive Higher Rents and Revenue

    Singapore-based developer CapitaLand is harvesting data to boost the revenues of its retail tenants and to help it locate future malls. Speaking at the ULI Asia Pacific Convivium, Chris Chong, managing director at CapitaLand Retail, said that the company uses data to boost both footfall and spending for tenants in its malls, which will ultimately benefit the landlord.

  • September

  • 09-03-19

    Three Trends Shaping Retail’s Great Transformation

    We are long past the point of discussing how technology has interrupted our lives and changed our perspective of the world. We are now in the post-disruption era, and in many sectors including retail, a new normal is emerging. At the same time, we are finally at a place where we can connect the dots to understand how retail is evolving—more efficient through technology and more engagement-focused through experience. The biggest idea driving the newest and most successful retail strategies is wrapped around how we value things—especially time.

  • May

  • 05-24-19

    Grasping at Magic

    A lot of thought and hard work go into making a place look like it could not have appeared anywhere else.

  • 05-22-19

    A New Vision for Empty Parking Fields

    As vehicle use and shopping habits change rapidly, densified parking areas can free up space for new uses that benefit the community.

  • April

  • 04-24-19

    In Brief: Four Demographic Trends Spurring an Overhaul of the U.S. Food and Beverage Industry

    A CBRE analysis of U.S. consumer spending and demographic patterns suggests significant changes for food-and-beverage operators and the real estate they occupy, including a greater push for convenient, prepared foods; a growing millennial influence; and the emergence of inner-ring suburbs as the industry’s hottest market.

  • October

  • 10-05-18

    Creating an Authentic Performance Space in Philadelphia through Adaptive Use

    When events mega-company LiveNation approached Philadelphia design firm EwingCole about transforming the former Ajax Metal Company into a 3,000-person music venue and entertainment complex, it was a daunting proposition, said speakers at a recent ULI Philadelphia event which toured the site. Modeled off the iconic 1960s venue in San Francisco, Live Nation now operates six Fillmore-branded venues across the United States, with a seventh on the way in New Orleans.

  • September

  • 09-04-18

    Smaller Floor Plans, Focus on Customer Experience Help Reinvent Retail in Denver

    Retailers are focusing their physical presences on offering excellent customer service and curation of products, said panelists at a ULI Colorado event in Denver. The event itself was held at the Dairy Block, an example of new retail projects that are animating both commercial and public spaces with experimental and experiential places for people to shop, eat, drink, be entertained, and find community.

  • August

  • 08-06-18

    Online vs. In-store: Designing for the Next Generation of Shoppers

    With the convenience and increasingly experiential process of shopping online, how can retail stores and malls compete? Thriving brands are combining their online and brick-and-mortar experiences to keep foot traffic high and regenerating communities.

  • July

  • 07-30-18

    Integrating Culture and Content Is Key to Attracting Shoppers in Japan

    At the ULI Japan Spring Conference 2018, panelists discussed how Japan’s malls can reinvigorate themselves with culture and content. Retail in Japan has not suffered as badly as elsewhere from the effects of online shopping, but the industry is concerned that malls need to offer more to retain customers.