The Huffington Post quoted Retail Group Co-Leader Ron Friedman in a 5-part series on the reinvention of retail in America.
By Michael Hobbes
“You’re turning a mall into a neighborhood,” said Ronald Friedman, the co-head of retail and consumer products for Marcum LLP, an accounting and advisory services firm. “It has living space, office space, restaurants, gyms and retail. It’s a place you want to spend your day.” Friedman points out that as the demographics of the country change, the question of what to do with America’s emptied-out suburban infrastructure will take on a new relevance.