Alfred Taubman, a real estate developer who invented the concept of indoor suburban shopping malls, has died at 91.
His son, Robert Taubman, the chairman of his father’s company, shared the news on Friday.
“He was so proud of what this wonderful company he founded 65 years ago has accomplished,” Robert Taubman said in a message to the company’s employees. “Tonight, after dinner in his home, a heart attack took him from us, ending what was a full, extraordinary life that touched so many people in so many wonderful ways around the world.”
Alfred Taubman was born to German …