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Shopping development operators should be free to develop their malls to create a good business environment for their tenants. Are casinos the answer? Las Vegas was built around and for gambling and part of its strategy in attracting visitors is offering retail in the same way it offers entertainment. One would go, walk by multiple stores, enter some, and eventually buy. If adding casinos is legal as it is in Pennsylvania, why not? Malls are positioned as family places. For the mall owner, it is probably an upgrade in ROI. Bad idea IMO. As someone who keynotes in Vegas multiple times a year I can tell you the buzz is off gambling in Vegas with fewer and fewer people at the game rooms and more at the pools and events. A casino will likely improve a mall as a real estate asset. People who buy are hopeful. Previously, most retail shops were only located inside casinos. But, with that being said, casinos and gambling bring a whole different vibe to the shopping environment that may not be a benefit to retailers. I shudder to see what the idea tomorrow will be … funeral homes? Seriously, will this increase mall foot traffic in the right way? It is definitely a good way for mall development companies to generate revenue from vacant space and existing retailers in the mall may generate extra traffic. Take Our Instant Poll How receptive should shopping development operators and their tenants be to adding casinos to retail malls?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Exactly what I was going to say Richard. Interesting idea, especially when we look at the trend of adding theater and entertainment to the shopping experience. As I write this I am sitting in a nearly deserted local mall, waiting to meet with a client. Some malls have great, consistent traffic. I think the stigma about gambling is still very much alive. The Times report also noted that casino retailing benefits by attracting a constantly changing mix of customers, unlike an area such as Times Square that still counts many local residents and office workers among its daily traffic. Can casinos save the mall? Casino Pittsburgh is expected to open this summer in a former Bon-Ton with slot machines, 30 table games, a sportsbook area and dining and entertainment options. Braintrust "If adding casinos is legal as it is in Pennsylvania, why not? Vegas has changed, gambling is no longer the big money maker β€” or draw β€” that it used to be. The success of malls was based on the fact that they offered a leisurely shopping experience. There definitely needs to be some innovation injected into many malls to keep them viable. Casinos remain highly-regulated, but states appear increasingly open to gambling as an economic driver with many recently legalizing online sports betting and gaming. How is this good for a retail tenant that needs that money too? A law enacted in allowed existing casinos to construct such smaller , satellite casinos. The question is whether a casino customer is willing to do a little shopping when they win. Many lavish flagships have since arrived on the Strip to support a thriving retail scene. The downside is the potentially undesirable aspects that casinos attract: gambling addicts, inebriated customers, and people that have lost all their money and may resort to theft at stores. Rich and I have worked in Las Vegas six to 12 times a year for as long as I can remember. It might be time to acknowledge that we are over-stored, and re-purpose some of this property to residential. The other about the mall as a place that brings a wide variety of retailers together, who collectively share and attract customers who buy goods and services. I wish them well but suggest they tryagain. Just as we are over-stored, many places are beginning to be over-casinoed. Those malls most often have high-end food courts and restaurants. So THIS is the silver bullet for malls? If you have an underperforming mall, putting a casino in may draw more traffic, but obviously the location and other factors are involved for the success to the rest of the merchants. Negative perceptions about casinos have lessened over the years and will be acceptable in mall settings. On the losing side we have the potential for a higher crime rate, addiction problems, and the fact that the people who lose the most at gambling are the ones who can afford it least a hidden tax. Skip to main content. If malls are turning into entertainment centers restaurants, theaters, ice rinks, etc. The secret is keeping the mall exciting and, at the same time, still presenting reasons for the customer to shop. I can see a company like Cornish making this work. Looks to me like two totally different elements: shopper vs. I think there are plenty of other more interesting options for some of these big spaces in malls, but in certain markets maybe casinos will work. That is what is attracting the people. You must be logged in to post a comment. Mel Kleiman President, Humetrics. David Naumann Retail Industry Analyst. View Results. Such is the desperate state of retail landlords and perhaps their tenants too, to the extent that they support this strategy. While I think some shoppers might swing by the casinos to throw a few coins in the slots, I doubt that those whose destination is the casino are going to take that shopping stroll. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Las Vegas illustrates the potential of mixing gambling and retailing. York, PA is not Las Vegas. I just hope they tax the hell out of it. How receptive should shopping development operators and their tenants be to adding casinos to retail malls? A certain number of malls have the opportunity to add true casino operations, comparable to what you describe in Bethlehem. The mall has also lost a Bon-Ton and J. Though closing may be the best option for many. Yesterday it was malls as bars, today as casinos. I think a well-run casino can co-exist in retail; you see many casinos with retail close by already. In Pennsylvania, it is hoped that the mini-casinos will support local jobs, spur development and revitalize the malls. The new American Dream Mall in New Jersey features three different theme parks, and that too is bringing in customers. You know, yesterday we discussed serving alcohol in shopping centers to help bring in more customers, so why not casinos as an option? That is their business model and the odds are dead set against their customers, by definition. But when you can create an environment that will get customers in to walk around like a mall and combine that with an exciting shopping atmosphere, browsing kicks in, which leads to sales due to the impulse buying. In short, people who go to play slots are spending money that they otherwise could spend on retail goods and services. Have the risks and negative perceptions around casinos lessened over the years? Retail is getting more and more desperate and more and more sad as well. This is a double-edged sword! At York Galleria Mall, the Hollywood Casino York will bring slot machines and 24 table games as well as sports betting and entertainment options to a vacant Sears to draw customers from south central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. Beyond Bon-Ton, the mall also recently lost a Sears. Probably not. And while casinos may be a useful way to fill empty space for mall operators, I doubt that it would translate into any meaningful impact on mall retailer sales. To put it bluntly, I see nothing to recommend in this idea, other than the obvious that an empty building and parking lot has been paired with someone looking for those things … the synergy with the rest of the mall will be virtually non-existent. I agree Cathy. According to a recent profile in the New York Times , the opening of Forum Shops at Caesars Palace in demonstrated the opportunity for street-front retail. Is it a silver bullet to all existing mall development? On the win side we have new jobs, new,traffic for the malls, more retail operations that will survive, and a new tax base. In both cases, the potential negative impacts of the casinos were outweighed at public hearings by the promised community benefits. Richard Layman Urban Planner. Moms pushing strollers, kids in play areas, people meeting for coffee.