Retail Real Estate

Retail Real Estate
Retail
Jeff Squires
  • 12 october 2007

Good Magazine provides us with this interesting graphic comparing the number of acres various retailers occupy. While we enjoy the comparison, it seems like using Manhattan as a reference point is somewhat odd and misleading. Yeah, we suppose lot’s of people have a good idea about how big Manhattan is and can therefore use it as a reference, but we still think it’s kind of an irrelevant comparison. Maybe comparing it to the number of acres schools and universities occupy would be more telling? Any thoughts?

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