Saturday, December 7, 2013


Many older malls are still struggling and continue to take on more and more non-typical "mall" tenants.

This Minnesota mall has been migrating from retail to educational uses for about a decade.

Growing programs continue to grow and consume even more adjacent vacant space. This round didn't even require additional toilets or other expensive infrastructure or upgrades; because we can consider it an expansion of the current educational uses. (Save tens of thousands in capital costs)

Own an empty building or mall? Consider seeking non-traditional, non-retail, tenants.

We can help overcome any program, zoning or building code issues, as well as layout spaces in a manner that will benefit the tenant (income) and landlord (expenses) long-term.

Code Plan

Project: Coon Rapids - Transitions Plus Program, by my good friend's firm: Mike Kraft Architects.)

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