From stores to malls

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Macro-level trend alert: an entire mall announced its closing this week. The Summit, a mall in Buffalo owned by Oberlin Plaza One, is closing in a month after the parent company filed for bankruptcy. The Summit has roughly 25 tenants, excluding its flagship department stores Bon-Ton and Sears, which own their own spaces, as does a Sav A Lot outlet on the site.

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