@RegencyCenters Blog

Dunkin’ Donuts Revamping Its Message, Stores, Services

In response to a value-driven industry, Dunkin’ Donuts is changing things up with a simplified menu, remodeled locations, and advanced technology. By the end of 2020, the company plans to open another 1,000 stores, of which 90 percent will extend beyond its Northeastern home base.

Read More

See What Macy’s New Pop-Up Concept Will Include

Macy’s recently announced plans to launch a new pop-up concept in existing stores in select U.S. cities to introduce prospective brands and broaden its appeal to customers. The Market @ Macy’s, referred to on its website as a game-changing collaboration opportunity for independent brands and Macy’s stores, will launch this month in 10 U.S. cities including the New York Herald Square flagship, plus Boston, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Ft. Lauderdale, San Antonio, Seattle, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

Read More

Regency Centers Acquires the District at Metuchen

Regency Centers has announced the acquisition of The District at Metuchen, in Metuchen, New Jersey. This 66,000-square-foot center is anchored by Whole Foods Market and located in the vibrant downtown of the trade area. It lies less than two miles from the I-287 and I-95 interchange; two of Metro New York's major arteries. Neighboring the site is the Metuchen station and the Metropark station, servicing a combined 11,000 commuters each weekday.

Read More

Grocers Invest in Employees to Improve Customer Experience

At the 2018 National Retail Federation annual conference in New York City, Walmart President and CEO Doug McMillon shared his company’s secret to success. He explained how working together as a team is essential to helping consumers save money and live better, reports Retail Customer Experience.

Read More

Kroger Prepares for Digitized Store Shelves

Two hundred Kroger stores are in line to go digital in 2018 with a new technology that digitally displays product pricing, nutritional information, and other pertinent information on store shelves.

Read More

Supermarket Shoppers Raise a Glass to Private Label Wines

According to Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA), retailers’ private label wines are building momentum on a trend that began with the success of Trader Joe’s “Two Buck Chuck” only a few years ago. These store-brand wines are filling shelves at chains like Whole Foods Market, Aldi, and Lidl, but these sophisticated reds, whites, roses, and sparkling wines are receiving accolades and awards at major wine competitions around the world.

Read More

Experiential Retail Coming to NYC and LA on Grammys Weekend

Just in time for Sunday's 60th anniversary of the Grammy Awards, Levi's is opening two Grammys themed pop-ups offering experiential retail, exclusive music tour-themed merchandise, limited-edition products, and artist collaborations for men, women and children.

Read More

Master & Dynamic Opened First Pop-up Shop in NYC for the Holidays

Master & Dynamic, a luxury audio brand founded by entrepreneur Jonathan Levine in 2014, recently opened its first pop-up shop—giving New York City shoppers a unique opportunity to experience its new Greene Street Collection. Levine’s son, an aspiring DJ, was the inspiration behind the brand.

Read More

Regency Centers Hosts Investor Day

Regency Centers was proud to host Investor Day on January 11 at the New York Stock Exchange. The well-attended event demonstrated 2017's achievements and discussed our unequaled combination of key strategic advantages to drive growth in 2018. Members of our leadership team also took attendees on nearly 20 property tours to demonstrate the strength of our portfolio.

Read More