WATCH: Top SoFla landlords agree the retail apocalypse is “greatly over-exaggerated”

Panelists include Craig Robins, Jackie Soffer and Jonathon Yormak

TRD MIAMI /
Nov.November 15, 2018 04:30 PM

Three of South Florida’s top retail landlords agree that their sector’s so-called apocalypse is “greatly over-exaggerated.”

The conclusion came out in a recent panel discussion at The Real Deal‘s annual Miami Real Estate Showcase & Forum led by associate web editor Katherine Kallergis. The panelists included Craig Robins of DACRA, Jackie Soffer of Turnberry and Jonathon Yormak of East End Capital. Read more coverage from the event here and check out the video above for the full conversation.


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