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.
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.
When we created Winter Wonderland at Phillips Place we did so with the intent to deliver a special environment by uniquely accentuating the holiday season. Partnering with a number of causes, including Toys for Tots and Share the Warmth, we were able to connect with the community by delivering thousands of toys and dollars — spreading the holiday cheer to those in need. These efforts were recognized and honored by the International Council of Shopping Centers for the work and creativity that we put into the event, and were overjoyed with the feedback we got from our neighbors and attendees.
In 2016 we’ve enjoyed sharing our retailer profiles, Q&A with company leaders, and keeping you in the know about the dynamic retail landscape—along with a really big announcement. As we look back, we’ve included 2016’s most popular blog stories in case you missed any. We’d also like to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a happy holiday season and bright 2017!
This week, Regency Centers and its co-investment partner, announced the acquisition of 201,000 square feet of premier retail in Orlando, Florida. Plaza Venezia is anchored by Publix and situated in one of the premier trade areas of the city.
This week, Regency Centers announced a new ground-up development in Houston, Texas, The Village at Riverstone, with estimated net development costs of approximately $30.5 million. The center will offer 165,000 square feet of retail, and features a 100,000 square foot Kroger and other best-in-class national and regional retailers. Riverstone, the fastest growing master-planned community in Houston, boasts attractive demographics and has already pre-sold approximately 80% of available homes, with an average sales price of nearly $600,000.
Regency Centers Corporation has been recently awarded by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), who has announced the winners of the 2016 U.S. Design and Development Awards competition, recognizing excellence, innovation and creativity in the U.S. retail real estate industry. ICSC has named Regency Centers’ Westlake Plaza and Center in Los Angeles, and Persimmon Place in Northern California as Commendation winners in the categories of Renovations and Expansions, and New Developments.
Recently, Institutional Investor published its annual All-America Executive Team – Mid-Cap rankings. Listed are the winners for the Best CEO, CFO, IR Professional, Investor Relations Program, Analyst Days and Website based on votes from 2,276 investors and 902 sell-side analysts across 45 sectors.