What's Next for America's Malls? Indianapolis-Based Mall Landlord Leads the Way with Changing the Face of the Mall

This holiday season, online shopping dominated even the coveted Black Friday sales, and malls across the country are struggling to compete with the ease of shopping from the sofa. Yet it's hard to believe the accuracy of the phrase “malls are dying” if you've fought traffic near any of the popular Indianapolis malls, or worse- tried to find a parking spot. As brick-and-mortar stores go up against online giants that offer enticing delivery guarantees, it's Indy-based Simon Property group that is set to invest in malls and possibly drive the direction of these iconic shopping institutions.

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