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“Fifteen years ago, big-box retail stores were king, anchoring shopping centers and providing a draw for other businesses in the area. But that ability to draw people continues to wane dramatically, putting bankers and developers back to the drawing board.”

A look at how shifts in retailing and consumer preferences have affected how financing entities view risk and what makes a retail project successful, citing LANE4’s Red Bridge Shopping Center in South KC as an example.




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