Case | HBS Case Collection | November 1999 (Revised November 2000)

Cortlandt Town Center

by William J. Poorvu and Arthur I Segel

Abstract

CBL & Associates is trying to decide whether to go ahead with the development of a 790,000 square-foot power center with retailers such as Home Depot and Barnes & Noble. The costs are such that the developer needs to renegotiate its land acquisition price. Then the project must be presented to its board of directors for approval.

Keywords: Buildings and Facilities; Decision Making; Entrepreneurship; Cost; Negotiation; Projects; Strategy; Construction Industry; Retail Industry;

Citation:

Poorvu, William J., and Arthur I Segel. "Cortlandt Town Center." Harvard Business School Case 800-232, November 1999. (Revised November 2000.)