Simon and David Reuben spent almost $2.5 billion on U.S. property acquisitions and financings, including office, retail and hotel assets.
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With all mall REITs struggling, those that focus on class-B and class-C properties face a particularly challenging future.
Previously, pension funds had forecast the NCREIF All-Property Index to end 2020 in negative territory.
There are still many avenues available for investors in retail properties looking for returns, safety, management ease or a combination of all of the above.
From Brooklyn to Minneapolis, turning are turning empty hotel suites into private dining rooms for small groups.