ICSC Reports U.S. Malls Had Little Trouble Filling Empty Stores in First Half of 2015

Fern F. Musselwhite
August 11, 2015


A report in the latest issue of the International Council of Shopping Centers’ magazine Shopping Centers Today chronicles how major shopping mall operators across the country effectively filled what was an unusually large glut of empty store space in the first half of 2015.

The report includes data from the most recent quarterly financial disclosures from such industry giants as General Growth Properties, CBL & Associates Properties, Macerich, and Taubman Centers. All of the companies reported that they made strong progress in re-leasing their vacant stores, many of which stem from closures by retailers that also took place during the first half of the year.

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