‘Retail Apocalypse’ is getting darker for UK landlords

The collapse of mall landlord Intu Properties Plc is about to send shockwaves through a sector that’s already reeling. Nine of the U.K.’s biggest shopping centers could potentially be sold into a market that had already seized up before the virus struck. With the tenants of those properties only paying a fraction of their rent as the pandemic deepens a prolonged retail crisis, the risk they’re sold at knock-down prices threatens to further sink the values of malls nationwide. And that all assumes one key factor: somebody wants them in the first…

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