How lockdowns have helped make the case for mixed-use development

To remain resilient despite a challenging economic climate and changing consumer demands, retail landlords are looking into the development of mixed-use retail property to drive foot traffic. Before the global health crisis, there was already a push for developers to offer innovative solutions for urban living. But the Covid-19 outbreak has given retail landlords even more reason to start thinking about meeting consumers’ demand of having everything — workplaces, residences, shopping centres

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