Since the start of 2020, Simon shares have lost 67.7% of their value—chopping $31 billion off the company’s market capitalization.
Simon, other new Forever 21 owners in talks to keep most U.S. stores open
Authentic Brands Group, Simon Property Group Inc. and Brookfield Property Partners LP have finalized their $81 million acquisition of the struggling retailer, they announced Wednesday.Read More
Macy’s to close 125 stores, shed 2,000 corporate jobs
Macy’s said Tuesday it is closing 125 of its least productive stores and cutting 2,000 corporate jobs as the struggling department store tries to reinvent itself in the age of online shopping. The store closures represent about one-fifth of Macy’s current total. They include about 30 that are in the process of closing and account […]Read More
Simon Property’s fourth-quarter performance exceeds expectations
The Indianapolis-based shopping mall giant topped analyst predictions for funds from operations and revenue in the latest quarter.Read More
Kite Realty pursuing more uses at Carmel’s struggling Hamilton Crossing retail center
The Carmel Plan Commission gave a favorable recommendation Tuesday for the City Council to rezone 14 acres at the southeast corner of Meridian Street and Carmel Drive to a less restrictive designation.Read More
Washington Prime Group Inc. has filed a request with the city of Carmel to rezone the 577,614-square-foot shopping center at West 146th Street and U.S. 31 to allow for a variety of new uses.
David Simon said Simon Property Group’s ability to buy a company for $3.6 billion in cash without having to turn to a third party for financing and without suffering credit rating downgrades is a testament to the underappreciated strengths of the business.
Express, a national retailer with four Indianapolis-area mall stores, plans to close about 100 stores as part of a restructuring plan.
The closings this month will be the biggest blow to the mall since Sears shuttered its store there in 2014.
Many of the stores that remain in the ever-shrinking Sears chain have the same old problems. They’re grungy and understaffed, poorly stocked and losing vendors.
The mall’s proposed sale is considered by industry experts to be welcome news for a lower-income neighborhood trying to make a comeback.
The index measures mobile-phone location data from five of the largest U.S. shopping center real estate investment trusts, including Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group Inc.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust topped Wall Street expectations with its revenue in the third quarter and matched predictions for a key performance measure.
Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group counts Forever 21 as its sixth-largest mall tenant, excluding department stores, with 99 outlets covering 1.5 million square feet, as of March 3.
The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust saw profit shrink, but it beat Wall Street predictions with higher-than-expected funds from operations, a key industry metric.
A growing Ohio-based chain of coworking centers announced Monday that it plans to venture into Indiana for the first time by opening a location at Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville in spring 2020.
The company’s shares—like those of many in retail real estate—are out of favor, as investors wring their hands over retail bankruptcies and the long-term impact of e-commerce.
Circle Centre saw its profit and store count rise in 2018, mall manager Simon Property Group said. But the financial performance of the downtown shopping center significantly trailed other properties in Simon’s portfolio.
City of Indianapolis officials on Wednesday decided to add more stores to a yet-to-be-launched food-insecurity program after learning that a Walmart Neighborhood Market on the far-east side was preparing to close.
The two local developers said they hope to start work on a 267-unit apartment project in Glendale Town Center’s parking lot by the end of this year.
Nassimi Realty was a key player in two transactions totaling $15 million, offloading a retail center dominated by dollar stores and acquiring a complex directly east of Castleton Square Mall.
A Florida-based theme restaurant chain licensed by the Ford Motor Co. has chosen Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville for its first location in Indiana, mall owner Simon Property Group announced Monday.
CBD’s growing demand persists despite very little evidence for all the health claims the industry touts.