Creative Leasing Solutions, Thinking Outside the Box

Leasing solutions workshop at ICSC RECon 2018 run by Sharon Leoff, president of Shopworks Inc.

LAS VEGAS—As leasing managers seek more inventive methods to reduce vacancies and increase NOI, more properties are engaging non-traditional tenants and are thinking creatively about how they can make the best use of their property’s space. So says Sharon Leoff, president of Shopworks Inc., based in Scottsdale, AZ. Leoff held a workshop course at ICSC RECon 2018 on who non-traditional tenants are, how to engage them, the best leasing structures, and innovative ways to make the best use of a retail center’s space.

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