Stephen Lebovitz

  • Retail Dynasty: Family-Run CBL Thrives Under Stephen Lebovitz

    As a real estate expert and Harvard Business School management professor, Arthur Segel is in demand around the world as a guest lecturer. But since he took over the reins of CBL & Associates three years ago, he’s also shepherded the company through the aftermath of a difficult recession.

    National 09 May 2012 20:23
  • CBL & Associates Sells Two North Carolina Retail Centers for $40M

    CBL & Associates Properties Inc. has sold two grocery-anchored retail centers in metropolitan Greensboro, N.C., pocketing a total of $40.4 million on the two separate transactions. The properties, Westridge Square and Oak Hollow Square, account for an aggregate 354,000 square feet of retail space.

    South 22 February 2012 15:13

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