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January 1, 1970
A New Florida Mall Defies Retailing’s Headwinds

Sarasota, FL - It’s hard to conceive of a city that needs a new shopping mall in a country overpopulated with shopping sprawl. Yet about 10 years ago, the Taubman Centers, the national mall developer, teamed up with the Benderson Development Company, a real estate firm with headquarters in Sarasota, to build the 880,000-square-foot Mall at Unive... »

January 1, 1970
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January 1, 1970
UK Retailer F&F Opens First New York Store in Bay Shore

Bay Shore, NY - International fashion retailer F&F has opened its first New York store, on Long Island, as it attempts to infiltrate the U.S. market. The 6,571-square-foot store, which opened June 28 at the Westfield South Shore mall in Bay Shore, will hold a grand opening on Aug. 16, mall and company officials said. The store employs 20 people. ... »

January 1, 1970
Starwood Retail to Buy 7 Taubman Malls for $1.4B

Taubman Centers, Inc. is taking advantage of investor interest in malls and selling seven shopping centers in five states to Starwood Capital Group and its growing retail division, Starwood Retail Partners, for $1.4 billion. Robert Taubman, chairman, president & CEO of the Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based REIT, said during a morning conference call ... »

January 1, 1970
Developer Plans Outlet Mall at Gateway Town Center

Little Rock, AR - New England Development Co. of Newton, Mass., is planning a 325,000-SF outlet mall called The Outlet at Little Rock near Bass Pro Shops at the Gateway Town Center in Little Rock. Developer Tommy Hodges, who worked for years on what ultimately became Gateway, said the development company signed a $5.2 million deal Thursday morning... »

January 1, 1970
Simon Purchases Long Island Land from Rival Taubman

Indianapolis, IN - Simon Property Group Inc., the world’s largest mall owner, bought a land parcel on New York’s Long Island from rival shopping-center landlord Taubman Centers Inc., which failed to develop the property. The 39-acre plot near the Long Island Expressway in Syosset had been slated for the Mall at Oyster Bay, according to a state... »

January 1, 1970
ecoATM Kiosk now at Marshall Town Center

Marshalltown, IA - An ATM that recycles personal electronics while paying customers cash is now available at Marshall Town Center, 3500 S. Center St. The ecoATM Kiosk recycles used cell phones, tablets and MP3 players and is near Riddle's Jewelry by the mall's main entrance. "We know that many of our customers have old, unused electronics stuffed... »

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