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  • What Happened in Vegas? ICSC RECon 2017 Happened…
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    By: Chris Hollenbeck, Senior Director of Retail Services What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas? Well not this year! ICSC RECon 2017, hosted by the International Council of Shopping Centers, pulled out the red carpet on the Las Vegas strip for over 37,000 retail real estate professionals and 1,200 exhibitors to provide networking, deal making and educational opportunities. In typical real estate fashion, the conference moved quickly and was extremely busy. The atmosphere was cautiously optimistic looking into 2017 and 2018. While there are a number of thriving sectors in retail such as fitness, food, entertainment and discount apparel concepts, there are some big box retailers that are still struggling to keep up with the ever changing online customer. This year there were some key takeaways from the annual conference, in between the deal making and drinks, which coincide with my outlook for the 2017 retail market: Retail isn’t dead, it’s just going through... Read more »

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