North Orange County's Village at La Floresta is a ground-up development in Brea, CA. Wanting to stand apart from the area’s Spanish design style, Regency took an unconventional approach by using a soft color palette combined with contemporary and rustic finishes. Fittingly, during the holidays, branded-wooden snowflakes and abstract trees were displayed throughout the property, while vibrant festive poinsettias decorated the landscaping.
For some restaurant brands, the franchising model leads the way to success. We’ve seen big names such as Wendy’s and McDonald’s working their way to having 95 percent of their locations operated by franchisees. Still, franchising comes with its cricks and challenges.
Welcome to Regency’s latest redevelopment — Regencycenters.com. This prime piece of digital square footage has been designed with you in mind. We have crafted an experience for each of our audience types, after thorough primary research and analysis of how the site is used. The new look and feel of the site reflects a focus on our properties, merchants, surrounding communities, and company culture.
In late 2016, Musk launched Square Roots, an urban farming incubator program in Brooklyn, New York. In 2011, he started a nonprofit program that has installed "Learning Gardens" in over 300 schools, with the intention of teaching kids about agriculture. His longest-running food ventures, are two restaurant chains: The Kitchen and its affordable counterpart, Next Door. The chains, which first opened a little over a decade ago, serve dishes made strictly with locally-sourced meat and veggies.
Cars are parked in driveways. Roads are paved. Patio furniture is in place.
Shoppers meander up and down aisles inside Whole Foods. Someone is getting a buzz cut at Floyd’s 99 Barber Shop. Mendocino Farms is in the middle of a lunch rush.
Hold the tags dangling from a T-shirt at a retailer like Target or Levi's up to the light, and odds are you'll see one with paper-thin electronics embedded inside.
Most shoppers likely never notice them.
Northern Washington’s 425 Magazine recently profiled eight "Unstoppable Eastside Women" in its culture section. Each of these women has made an impact in their community with roots stemming from the Eastside of Seattle. Included on this list was Margo Engberg, owner of PinkaBella Cupcakes.