New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and South Florida will remain attractive for e-commerce retailers in the long term due to outsized buying power, according to CoStar. With e-commerce having overshadowed the retail sector during the stay at home period, landlords and cities alike in less robust markets are trying to figure out how to weather this pandemic and economic downturn. Failing regional malls are on everyone’s minds. David Greensfelder, founder and managing principal of Greensfelder Real Estate Strategy, recently weighed in on how retail landlords can remain competitive, repositioning strategies, public official concerns about change of uses for malls and resident concerns about how failing malls are positioned for reuse. Click here to read the GlobeSt article.