The leases in the plaza appear to be going month-to-month. But the smaller stores had struggled from the day the shopping center opened, and when they failed they took the entire shopping center and the developer, who filed for bankruptcy down with them. Keith Ellison will center on who represents the future of the DFL. If you are looking to give feedback on our new site, please send it along to feedback globeandmail. And you find that people are coming back now. Kelo is actually an interesting decision, and a model of judicial restraint. Toronto's David Dunlap Observatory re-opens to the public.
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Northland Center was going to have nearly small stores; they all needed to be successful for the shopping center itself to succeed. Building a Fashion Business from Scratch Part 1: To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to: I'm not sure if the seller would be open to that just yet. Would they ever be back? This page was last edited on 9 June , at During Christmas, the ice rink adds to the holiday flavor.
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Or would the landlord build it out and then increase the rent accordingly? Crew was drawn to the then-nascent development. Another poster in a different thread had mentioned using a Master Lease with Option to Purchase. Using a phrase of random words like: I know the area well and there is a need for a few types of stores in the area.
Since then, the trend has turned and it is once again fashionable to build open-air malls. The major driver, it seems, is food, which is more experiential, and a greater part of the popular culture, than ever. Please clarify for those of us who are less enlightened. It doesn't generate as much rent but I feel confident they won't be leaving any time soon considering they own the building. Give the engine a seed word and it will find a huge list of related words. Nordstrom at the Grove has a very unique offering, and that has paid off big for them.