Retailers returning to Main Street as urban storefronts take on greater prominence

October 2007
Hudson Valley Business Journal;10/29/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p12
The article focuses on the 2007 National Retail Federation (NRF) Retail Real Estate study of AMR Research Inc. which indicates the return of majority of retail stores at the Main Street in Ellenville, New York to diversify their storefronts.


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