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Topic - Mark Podlin
If the sign on the building didn't say Wal-Mart, you might mistake it for Bloomingdale's.
Mr. Podlin said the evolution of the Grundy project — over time with many partners — is influencing the approach to retail development as far away as Asia.
"We're taking some of these same principles and thinking about how to apply them in Seoul, Korea," he said. "Grundy has been kind of a very interesting laboratory for us to develop concepts and understand step-by-step what the elements are that make a creative project."