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This comprehensive book is a practical how-to guide to developing hot retail projects such as lifestyle centers, mixed-use centers, and rehabs of failed malls. Project sizes range from small, ethnic-oriented community centers to major multilevel malls.

Topics: Urban Planning, Real Estate, Construction, Architecture, Design, Informative, and Guides

Published: Urban Land Institute an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9780874203318
List price: $110.99
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