Hahne's, once New Jersey's first name in retail, getting second lease on life

July 13, 2015

James Hughes, dean of the Rutgers University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, an expert on demographics, housing and New Jersey economics, said some struggling suburban malls could have a similar conversion in their future — as mixed-use projects. “You see this being done already in some places — they restore grid street patterns, put retail on the ground floor, residences up above, and redevelop those sites as sort of mini-town centers,” he said.

Northjersey.com, July 12

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