Untraditional Tenants Ideal for Traditional Space

June 18, 2009
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As major chain stores like Circuit City and Linens 'n Things close their doors, the expansive vacant spaces they once occupied go unused, and quickly become unprofitable for owners. Many owners, however, now are resorting to renting the spaces to some untraditional tenants, including state-run or private organizations. Even some churches, such as Calvary Chapel in Phoenix, Ariz., are taking advantage of these empty high-profile storefronts.

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