PUBLICATIONS and ARTICLES
All articles below are written by
Arthur Pearlman, Chairman,
ARTHUR PEARLMAN CORPORATION.
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ATTRACTING AND GROWING RETAIL IN A CHANGING ERA
1-11-19 Arthur Pearlman participates as panelist at the Corona, CA Chamber of Commerce
TOPIC: Attracting and Growing Retail in a Changing Era
The landscape of retail is changing, mostly due to consumer spending habits. Many traditional retailers are either reinventing themselves or downsizing to keep up with the growing presence of online shopping. Great shopping options aren't enough anymore; those who aren't adjusting their sails are going out of business. This panel of recognized experts gives great insight as to WHY some retailers are closing, what's coming next and what you can do as a consumer.
The Economic Development Agency within the City now acts as the “Broker” whose responsibility is to bring new business to the City.
BLIGHT AND ECONOMIC VITALITY
Blight can take many forms such as run-down structures, vagrancy and even the loss of rent that is below market. This is a basis of analysis used to justify certain findings within a city for new development.
Some states have eliminated the Redevelopment Agencies yet others continue to pursue the redevelopment process as a means to rejuvenate parts of the Urban or Suburban core.
An overview of the issues and tasks needed to evaluate the acquisition of a specific piece of property for its optimal development.
Requite Tasks For the Development of a Shopping Center
This paper presents a detailed breakout of the many tasks along with a relative time frame and cost. Each are further categorized within the six development phases one must undertake to successfully develop a shopping center of any type and size that consists of multiple tenant uses.
The following presents an overview of the eight go-no-go tasks, one must undertake to develop shopping centers of all types, all sizes and with any mix of tenants.
An Overview of the types of shopping centers and their tenant mix that continue to be developed across the United States.
To better understand the job of a Developer, this paper will begin by describing the iterative tasks a Developer must follow throughout the development process and will end with a discussion of some of the overall issues one must consider when developing real estate.