Melissa Daniels is a California-based journalist who has written for numerous publications including the Associated Press, Law360, The Desert Sun, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and many more. In addition to more than a decade of working in journalism staff roles, she's been a waitress, bridal sales consultant and freelance social media strategist. She has a master's degree in digital audience strategies from Arizona State University and a bachelor's in newspaper journalism from Syracuse University.
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In suburban sprawl and rural communities across the country, Class C properties cater to local residents with a mix of grocery stores, cell phone stores, nail salons or discount retailers. Yet these properties have taken some of the biggest hits in recent years, especially as e-commerce giants continue to absorb retail spend.