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Mall and store owners are monetizing their parking lots while providing socially distanced entertainment during the coronavirus pandemic in the form of drive-in theaters and farmers markets.
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Brookfield Properties, for example, recently teamed up with experiential events company Kilburn Live to bring "pop-up" drive-in theaters to its parking lots at locations in Denver, Dallas, Minneapolis, Houston and Woodbridge, New Jersey, a spokesperson told FOX Business.
"Brookfield Properties is an ideal partner for us," Kilburn CEO Mark Manuel said in a statement. "They have some of the best malls and locations throughout the United States and are as committed to finding creative ways to adapt to these new circumstances as we are."