A huge mall in China -- the largest in the world -- has just a 1% occupancy rate.
Mar 10, 2011 Gadling
Developers in China are pushing forward plans to build a 4-million-square-foot shopping mall as part of a major cultural center outside of Beijing's Central business district. It will be the biggest mall in the country.
Jan 6, 2011 Baltimore Business Journal
With malls failing around the country, America may want to consider innovative new projects from international sites like Morocco or the Philippines.
Nov 28, 2010 Retail Traffic Magazine
Supermarkets are moving in to spaces vacated by department stores in malls, which until recently were too costly for grocery stores to rent.
Oct 7, 2010 Retail Traffic Magazine
Mall officials in Washington D.C. are fighting back against young people accused of causing a ruckus outside shopping areas by installing a device that emits an annoying high-pitched frequency only audible to young people.
Sep 15, 2010 The Washington Post
The City of London - the financial district comprised of one square mile of London's Roman boundary has erected a new shopping center that planners hope will stimulate the area's development as a competitor to the busier West End.
Sep 13, 2010 The Guardian
Randhurst Mall was the first enclosed mall in the Chicago Area. Today, developers are replacing the mall with an open-air, mixed-use project with a traditional Main Street-style design.
Aug 29, 2010 The Chicago Tribune
The eminent domain case of Kelo vs. New London is seeing new relevance in cities across the country, as empty malls are being classified by locals as blight.
Aug 18, 2010 Retail Traffic
Retail Traffic Magazine reports that the indoor mall, long declared dead, has weathered the storm of the recession better than expected -- and better than many retail concepts imagined as the next big thing.
Aug 2, 2010 Retail Traffic Magazine
<em>Chicago Tribune</em> architecture critic Blair Kamin reviews a few mall retrofits and finds that breathing life back into a dead mall can be a challenge.
Jun 25, 2010 Chicago Tribune