Nonprofits, Malls Benefit from Rent-Free Space

July 25, 2010
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Raleigh, N.C.-based Back Home Box Foundation and many other nonprofit organizations around the country have been occupying shopping center and mall retail space rent-free—until a paying tenant comes along. Although these nonprofits don't pay rent, they can help shopping centers fill spaces during recessions. Nonprofits put something in the space that attracts people and makes it look appealing.

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