David Fishbein

Runyon Group

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David Fishbein is a principal at Runyon Group.

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At the intersections of Venice, Washington and National Boulevards just adjacent to the Metro Expo Line is a bite-size mall called Platform that is emblematic of the changes taking…

Platform's developers want to reinvent the mall

At the intersections of Venice, Washington and National Boulevards just adjacent to the Metro Expo Line is a bite-size mall called Platform that is emblematic of the changes taking…

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