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Headquartered in Chattanooga, TN, CBL is one of the largest and most active owners and developers of malls and shopping centers in the United States. CBL owns, holds interests in or manages 139 properties, including 87 regional malls/open-air centers. The prop... more.
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Urban Land Institute
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Category Archive for "Retail Industry News" | CBM Retail Property Blog
SAN DIEGO-Even though the recession is all but behind us, consumers still want to make sure they're getting the best deal at retail, which bodes well for outlet centers, said ICSC chairman Stephen Lebovitz, president and CEO of CBL & Associates Properties Inc., during ICSC's Western Division Conference here last week.
During one session, Lebovitz was being interviewed by ICSC's program-planning committee co-chair Timothy Jackson, VP of Wallace Properties Inc. Lebovitz said, "Our centers were backwards in occupancy during the recession, but we were able to backfill that space. Jackson asked about his view on retail renovations, and Lebovitz said, "There's still a lot of retail space-we're either over-retailed or under-remodeled, depending on whom you ask. Lebovitz added that there are few new malls opening, but redevelopment makes the emergence of new retail the equivalent of 50 new malls throughout the county. He also said that open-air centers are growing in popularity. Jackson asked about the outlet sector, and Lebovitz said his firm looked at it for a while. Lebovitz said, "Online retailing has disrupted categories like books, cards and other goods. With regard to helping landlords make their properties more attractive technology-wise, Lebovitz said that some entities are investing in labs and idea-generating concepts such as Westfield labs to create opportunities in technology.
Stephen D. LebovitzPresident and SecretaryStephen D. Lebovitz has served as President and Secretary of the Company since February 1999 and as a Director of the Company since the completion of its initial public offering in November 1993.Since joining CBL's Predecessor in 1988, Mr. Lebovitz has also served as Executive Vice President - Development/Acquisitions, Executive Vice President - Development, Senior Vice President - New England Office, and as Senior Vice President - Community Center Development and Treasurer of the Company.Before joining CBL's Predecessor, Mr. Lebovitz was affiliated with Goldman, Sachs & Co. from 1984 to 1986.He is past president of the Boston Jewish Family and Children's Service, a member of the Board of Directors of the Combined Jewish Philanthropic, Boston, Massachusetts, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Children's Hospital Trust, Boston, Massachusetts.He is a Trustee and Divisional Vice President of the ICSC.Stephen D. Lebovitz is a son of Charles B. Lebovitz and a brother of Michael I. Lebovitz and Alan L. Lebovitz.
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"The positive sales reports for the Black Friday Weekend from the CBL portfolio are encouraging," said Stephen Lebovitz, president & chief executive officer of CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.
Stephen Lebovitz, CEO, CBL: All those department store closures could turn out to be a positive thing for malls as we convert them to other uses.