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What’s Next: Performing Arts Tenants
Call it mutual back scratching. Shopping centers and arts organizations both need people to step into a physical space from time to time to discover new store collections or works by local and international creators. By collaborating, they can build traffic and drive sales. The art studio at Tactics Subscribers Read More...
Parking Here Is a No-brainer
The business of helping shoppers get around as painlessly as possible seems to be increasingly tech-based, even in delivering such a people-reliant service as car valet. It's giving customers at a Canadian mall one more reason to visit. Square One in Toronto has positioned it [...]
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Graham Bialek Joins Primaris Management
Primaris Management Inc. has welcome a new member to its management team with the appointment of  Graham Bialek as Property Manager for two of its Winnipeg (Canada) properties: Grant Park [...]
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The Tricky Business of Landmark Revival
Spot Amazon on a tenant roster and you know the associated building will break new ground in some form or another. The name dropping is only part of the story, though, for a Western Canadian regeneration project that's just as much about community heritage as it is about the future of urban [...]
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Face Value: Retail Tech in Action
Chatbots and social media platforms have enhanced the immediacy of consumer feedback, giving retailers much data to sift through and interpret. Likewise, silent and unintentional communication offers valuable information on shoppers' true state of mind from the time they step into a store. It's what a Canadian developer and its tech partner are hop [...]
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What’s Next: Leasing by the Minute
A decade ago, the idea of leasing prime in-line space to a budding entrepreneur for just one weekend would have been considered risky at best. Now pop-ups are part of shopping centers' commercial leasing plans. The same is happening on the office side, with the rising popularity of co-working space. Pushing the boundaries in that sector, one operat [...]
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This Is the Drooling and Jaw-dropping Event
Winter is the season of New Year's resolutions and financial discipline for some consumers. Others, however, are choosing to indulge and add to their luxury goods collections. After planning an annual rendezvous for lovers of fine timepieces, one American district is tempting its visitors with two more categories: Exotic cars and yachts. The Tactics Subscribers Read More...
Author Headlines Hillcrest’s CNY Celebrations
Ringing in the Year of the Pig, Hillcrest (Richmond Hill, Canada) is giving its shoppers an opportunity to discover the works of Chinese-Canadian author, Echo Liu of Tactics Subscribers Read More...
Brookfield Plays its Convenience Card
Whether trying to seal a lucrative deal or just lifting midweek office morale, tasty food goes a long way in creating the right environment to foster good interpersonal relations. If enticing options are just an elevator flight away from the meeting room, even better. That's the marketing hook that Tactics Subscribers Read More...
Sweet on Soldiers
Chocolates, flowers, and toothpaste? With all the fuss around Valentine's Day, it's tough to imagine basic staples showing up on shoppers' lists but they will at one American mall. The promotional team at Macerich's Tactics Subscribers Read More...