These buildings fill me with existential dread. They are Lovecraftian horror in tasteful glass and stone, vile and perilous Things worthy of a John Carpenter soundtrack, an attack on the essential core of my reason.
This is Panola Slope.
The development on Covington Highway is tasteful and well-maintained, modeled on the live-work-play concepts put to such extraordinary use in places like Suwanee Town Center and Atlantic Station. The first floor contains 12,000 feet of retail space, with 23 luxury townhomes built on the second and third stories. They have brick facing exteriors with parking garages tucked carefully in the back. Read More
Las Vegas Review-Journal
By LAURA CARROLL This year is shaping up to be busy for local retail professionals, as malls fill in empty spaces vacated by stores that didn’t survive the …
“Often a property owner can have the need to fill an empty storefront with whichever business comes along first or is offering the most rent.
A temporary art exhibition will fill 17000 square-feet on the 3rd floor of … The number of empty retail spaces in the Loop has been cut in half in the …
Sears hopes to fill its empty stores with servers. Will the troubled retailer forge a new path for companies … But now Sears has cooked up a plan to make use of all that empty retail space: turn it into data centers. If it works, it might well point …
Filling those big empty spaces isn’t easy. It often takes a little creativity. “In many cases, the conclusion is to have to go to an alternative use. It’s no longer going to be a retail use even though the fundamentals of the location are still good …read more
The South Miami retail entertainment center is trying to reinvent itself by bringing in a new group of tenants to fill vacant retail space. The goal is to fill a void in the market. By ELAINE WALKER. ewalker@MiamiHerald.com. Instead of sitting with …read more…
The retail/auto dealership space currently has a free standing, 30,000 square foot building on it and the property consists of two lots both fronting on Route 1 with plenty of parking availability. So Foxborough, we want to know – What would you like …read more
Journal and Courier
To fill empty space in already-built shopping centers, some owners have turned to accepting lower rents — even though the local market is stabilizing — to keep the lights on. (Page 2 of 3). “You can find somebody to move into every space in Market …read more
Dayton Daily News
A collaboration among two volunteer groups, a public/private partnership and downtown landlords has filled over 5,700 square feet of vacant retail space downtown in less than a year. Volunteers, city officials and landlords involved hope the pop-up …read more