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Shopping center vacancies continued to rise in Q2, inching up to 9% from 8.9% in Q1, research...

Shopping center vacancies continued to rise in Q2, inching up to 9% from 8.9% in Q1, research firm Reis said. The pace of the deterioration appears to be slowing, but it may take until 2012 to see a recovery, and until 2016 for vacancy rates to fall to their pre-crisis lows.
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  • positivethoughts
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    One good thing from this trend is that remaining retailers will get customers who would of shopped at stores that closed.
    7 Jul 2010, 08:57 AM Reply Like
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