4 Things Retail Developers Will Watch For On Black Friday

Law360, Minneapolis (November 24, 2015, 5:35 PM EST) -- Retail developers continue to wrestle with the question of brick-and-mortar’s future, and while Black Friday is crucial for sales, the shopping marathon can also lend some clues as to how best to position future retail development, lawyers say.

Among the things retail-focused real estate investment trusts and developers will be watching for on Friday are how much traffic entertainment-focused malls draw, the behavior of millennials and the result of opening stores early, as developers consider building such early openings as requirements into future lease agreements.

Here are four things lawyers say retail developers will be watching.

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