Uh, oh. It’s a popular place to walk (and shop). It’s likely closing.

The Los Angeles Times reports that a staple of suburbia is facing a bleak future.

“If you have food and entertainment, that gives you a court to build around,” Marcotte said. “Once you get past that you need to create a space that is lifestyle oriented.”

Rosenblum says shopping centers will be driven by the demands of millennials and members of Generation Z behind them, who are more likely to spend money on entertainment rather than just clothing.

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