Europe's malls can look to developing markets like China and Dubai as they work to transform themselves for a digital age, transforming traditional stores into centers for service and experiences people can't find online, experts say. "Stores will get bigger and become more like adventure parks that attack all of your emotions," said Christian Ulbrich of Jones Lang LaSalle.
China, Dubai set examples for next-gen malls
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