The Indianapolis-based mall owner broke a record in 2017 in a metric for operational performance, but its CEO admitted to analysts on Wednesday that it needs to boost occupancy at its properties.
The Indianapolis-based mall owner had sued Starbucks, attempting to stop the coffee giant from closing dozens of Teavana locations at its properties.
Shares in the Indianapolis-based shopping mall owner slid Friday morning despite a mostly positive quarterly financial report. A negative quarterly report from J.C. Penney was the likely factor.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust met expectations of analysts with its third-quarter performance.
Duke Realty Corp. slightly exceeded analyst expectations on one financial performance measure in the third quarter while barely missing on another.
Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group, the country’s largest shopping mall operator, says in the lawsuit that Starbucks is breaching its leases by closing the Teavana stores and “shirking its contractual obligations.”
Kite Realty Group Trust on Wednesday reported second-quarter financial results that topped Wall Street expectations.
The Indianapolis-based real estate company exceeded expectations in a key financial category and posted huge earnings thanks to the sale of its medical office business.
David Simon told investors that the “returns will be there” if the company continues to invest in its properties.
Simon Property Group CEO David Simon said he was pleased with first quarter results, considering the “current choppy retail environment.”
Kite Realty Group Trust saw higher revenue and better-than-expected funds from operations in the first quarter, but profit slipped.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust saw higher revenue and profit in the most recent period.
With customer traffic sagging, U.S. retail landlords like Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group Inc. are using their sprawling concrete lots to host events such as carnivals, concerts and food-truck festivals.
Indianapolis-based mall giant Simon Property Group saw increasing profit, revenue, occupancy and rents in the latest period.
The local real estate firm bought the Parkwood West building and 14 acres of adjoining land from Duke Realty, which is exiting the office market.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust on Thursday posted revenue of $89.1 million in the period, up from $87.1 million last year.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust topped analyst predictions for revenue and funds from operations.