Malls with pleasing shopping experience and better value for money will last.

The death of the enclosed regional mall has been predicted for years. Back before the turn of the century, in 1998, a Time magazine cover declared “Kiss Your Mall Goodbye.” In the mid-2000s, a Retail Traffic magazine headline proclaimed “The Mall Is Dead.” An entire cottage industry devoted to dead malls emerged in real estate. 

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