Looking to take advantage of attractive rents, hit markets with lower-than-average unemployment rates and develop larger brand footprints, restaurant chains, especially those in the burger and Asian segments, are set up for growth in 2011. ChainLinks Retail Advisors, a real estate services and brokerage organization, debuted this week a National Retailer and Restaurant Expansion Guide, which suggests that many companies in the retail world are shifting into growth mode after the stagnant ...

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