re-anchor
v. To add or replace a major retailer (i.e., an anchor store) in a shopping mall.

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"Buffalo's Benderson Development is getting back into the outlet mall business with the purchase of the Sarasota Outlet Mall, near Sarasota, Fla....Benderson plans to unveil a redevelopment strategy for the center in January, a plan that is expected to include the signing of new tenant anchors. 'We're going to re-anchor and reposition the mall in the marketplace,' Ruben told a Florida newspaper."
—Sharon Linstedt, "Benderson Buys Florida Mall In Return to Outlet Business," The Buffalo News, December 28, 1998

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