Madison Marquette has announced the release of the latest issue of PLACES magazine, the company’s distinguished B2B commercial real estate publication. The 2014 issue, available May 18, includes articles from industry thought leaders and commercial real estate professionals, covering significant industry innovations, trends and tools.
“Our goal in producing PLACES has always been to offer expert counsel and insight into all aspects of the commercial and retail real estate industry – creating a one-stop resource that is both entertaining and informative for a range of professionals,” said Thomas Gilmore, President of Madison Marquette Retail Services. “I am delighted that the newest issue continues that tradition, bringing together voices from around the industry to focus on some of our greatest challenges and to explore exciting new opportunities,” Gilmore added.
As the commercial real estate market and the retail landscape continue to evolve, PLACES 2014 tackles critical issues, while exploring trends such as the rise in demand for creative office and the growing appeal of grocery-anchored centers. PLACES also provides expert guidance on how centers can navigate crisis situations and how new mall owners can maximize a property’s potential.
Featuring interviews with retail innovators such as Charming Charlie Founder Charlie Chanaratsopon and Shanghai-based Cloud Mall CEO Jessica Trevino, as well as content from contributing authors such as U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, the Real Estate Roundtable’s Clifton E. (Chip) Rodgers, Jr., and SiteWorks’ Nick Egelanian, PLACES provides timely and valuable information for all retail real estate professionals. With its thoughtful mix of features, Q&As, marketplace snapshots and case studies, the new issue of PLACES strives to match the creative visioning and results-driven execution that Madison Marquette brings to the investors, partners, clients, tenants and the communities it serves across the United States.
The magazine is available in digital form at www.places-magazine.com and in print form at Madison Marquette’s booth at ICSC’s RECon convention.