What does the shopping center of the future look like? Unison’s Karim Fadel tells

Grocery-anchored shopping centers are changing- and that’s a good thing. I recently spoke with about how the retail landscape is shifting as grocery-anchored shopping centers adapt to the changing wants and needs of consumers. In contrast to the super centers that pull in clientele from a wide region, successful shopping centers will focus on the neighborhood and will provide the community with the tenants and experience they are looking for. As I explain to, this means diversifying tenants and including more food, entertainment and cultural options, but also embracing the omni-channel approach to shopping that today’s consumers are looking for, like buying online and picking up in-store. What will ultimately determine the future of shopping centers? The ability to evolve and adapt- and so far, these neighborhood shopping centers are proving that they can.
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