Among the criticisms of the selfie stick, the tide pod phenomenon and the infamous days of Pokemon Go, there remains one millennial stereotype that outshines the rest: the desire for clean, healthy, locally-sourced meals, specifically in larger metropolitan areas.
Since the wildly successful launch of the “cool girl” skincare and makeup brand in 2014, Glossier has continued to revolutionize the beauty industry, from its glamorous NYC-based showroom to its rapid Instagram following of more than a million followers. A cult favorite among millennials worldwide, Glossier consistently rolls out unique marketing tactics, connecting their devoted audience and carefully curated product line in fresh, interactive ways. The latest unveiling? A month-long pop-up shop at Rhea’s Café in San Francisco.
Millennials are one of the strongest consumer forces today. They are a large, powerful generation with a unique focus on life that is much different from their parents and grandparents. Millennials are less likely to be married, put off having children, and want to manage their careers in their own way. It's common to hear that millennials are responsible for killing off an industry, service, or experience. The fact is, this isn't true.
Fresh Look® isn't just a philosophy; it's the driving force behind creating ideal locations with best-in-class retailers representative of the communities we serve.
We combine unique placemaking designs with the right merchandising mixes, and connect with our shoppers through community outreach and an active social media presence. These innovative destinations are crafted one at a time by our team. Take a closer look at our most recent Fresh Look success stories in action:
Atlanta's local Range Boutique is nestled among other popular shops and eateries — dtox Organic Juice, Huff Harrington Home, Superica, Thunderbolt Power Yoga, Craig Stewart Salon and Buckhead Lash Studio — at upscale Buckhead Court. Its passionate founder and owner, Sabrina Davis, was recently interviewed in Voyage Atlanta and The Atlantan Modern Luxury Magazine's November 2017 'Queens of the Court' piece.
Public art helps infuse our shoppping and lifestyle centers with a unique sense of place, while also creating a vibrant focal point for both shoppers and passersby.
Fifty years after it was built, El Camino Shopping Center unveiled a new look and merchant lineup to the community it calls home in Woodland Hills, CA on November 18, 2017. This included a new-to-market dining hall concept inside a 30,000 SF Bristol Farms.
We've shown you plenty of examples of how our Fresh Look philosophy works in our development pipeline, but recently it provided a great view into turning a "loss" into a "gain" in Cincinnati, OH. Cherry Grove Plaza is a 195,000 SF center anchored by Kroger, and until recently was home to an 8,000 SF Goodyear.
Tucked away on Soho’s otherwise bustling Mulberry Street lies Project by Equinox: the outwardly unassuming (yet inwardly sweaty) collaborative gathering point for fitness moguls of all kinds.
Walmart's new pre-portioned meal kits are an easy solution for time-strapped shoppers — no shopping list, chopping or measuring are required. Prices range from $8-$15, and serve two diners.
You won't find deadlifts or dumbbells at the Financial Gym but the new concept in Manhattan offers a unique 'exercise regimen' tailored to your budget.