Regency's portfolio has been buzzing with new activity throughout the Sunshine State. From leasing to redevelopment to new concepts, the teams have capitalized on Regency’s time-tested strategy, fortress balance sheet, and market presence.
Mandarin Landing (Jacksonville, FL)
Regency's Mandarin Landing has embarked on extensive renovations with a renewed focus on health and wellness. The property's revitalization aims to enhance retail spaces, public areas, parking, and aesthetics while adding a 25,000-square-foot Baptist Primary Care building. Whole Foods Market will also be updating their interior space with a selection of store-specific amenities.
East San Marco (Jacksonville, FL)
In Jacksonville, Florida, Regency's East San Marco has quickly become a sought-after destination — and recently achieved 100% leased status as a result. Anejo Cocina Mexicana, renowned for its authentic Mexican cuisine, is set to join the ranks of Foxtail Coffee, Crumbl Cookies, Gemma Fish + Oyster, and others. The continuous growth in leasing is a testament to the team’s hard work, the property's appeal, and the thriving community that surrounds it.
Regency Square (Tampa, FL)
At Tampa's Regency Square, facade renovations are planned for both the inline spaces and out parcels. This follows a strong leasing pipeline with the addition of First Watch and CAVA. Additionally, there will be an additional cut-through road from the main retail body of the center, adjacent to TJ Maxx, back to the AMC Theatres portion of the center.
Willa Springs (Orlando, FL)
Regency's Willa Springs will be undergoing a façade redevelopment, during which the existing canopy systems will be replaced with new, modern canopies and an updated color scheme. First Watch and OrangeTheory Fitness will also be joining the existing lineup of merchants and retailers.
To learn more about our latest development and leasing updates, check out the Regency is Active homepage.