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Tag Archives: ICSC

It’s the Law

Posted in Leasing Issues
I have been told this is a Real Estate Law Blog and that it might be time to blog about real estate law for a change. I know wine and grilled cheese donuts may be more interesting, so bear with me while I transgress. I just attended and spoke at the International Council of Shopping… Continue Reading

What I Learned at ICSC

Posted in Retail Industry Issues
I just attended the ICSC Law conference in Orlando where I led, along with Maggie Sitko of Sitko Bruno in Pittsburgh,  a seminar on letters of intent. Leasing attorneys all appear to be busy and the numbers reflect that as the conference attracted an all-time high attendance.  This is what I learned at the conference:… Continue Reading

ICSC

Posted in Retail Industry Issues
The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) has its annual law conference in San Diego next week. For any attorney involved in retail leasing, it is a must see event. The seminars are very worthwhile. I have been doing leasing for over 20 years now and still come away from each conference feeling like I learned… Continue Reading

Mix It Up! Mixed-Use Condominium Developments Can Be Rewarding for Developers

Posted in Condominiums, Development, Development Issues, Mixed Use Development Issues
“Mixed-use” developments, which incorporate residential units with retail or other commercial uses, have steadily gained in popularity over recent years. This is due to the fact that mixed-use developments offer advantages to developers, owners, tenants and residents when compared to traditional single-purpose developments. Many of today’s home buyers are increasingly interested in living within walking distance… Continue Reading
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