I’ve talked before about A malls and B malls, but recently I’ve read several articles discussing how A malls are doing better while B malls are treading water to stay afloat. In this week’s edition of Retail Rap, I offer my opinion on why this isn’t necessarily the case for B malls.
I’ve read a few thought-provoking articles recently about the state of the retail real estate marketplace that make the observation that A malls are generally doing better while B malls are continuing to tread water—or even beginning to fade away. Once again, I have to disagree on the B malls.
Check out the full article from my recurring column, Retail Rap, at Chain Store Age.