Regency Centers and Equity One have merged.
We would like to welcome our new team members, retailers, and shareholders into the Regency Centers family. With a greater presence in top metro areas, a higher organic growth profile, greater tenant diversity, and an expanded development and redevelopment program, this merger is the perfect combination to create the preeminent national shopping center REIT.
Imagine pulling into a Starbucks drive-thru and seeing not just your drink order but your name on the screen — along with the suggestions of what foods you might like with your drink, automatically generated by the weather, your buying history, and the choices that others with similar preferences have made.
Pointing to the strength of its HomeGoods stores unit, TJX Cos. CEO Ernie L. Herrman said Wednesday the company is poised to launch a second home decor concept. “Our customers are passionate about HomeGoods, and we are confident they will love our new home concept too.” TJX added that HomeGoods could eventually span 1,000 stores nationwide, not including the new U.S. home concept.
To get bigger, The Wendy’s Co. is getting smaller. The Dublin, Ohio-based burger chain wants to add another 1,000 locations by 2020, executives told investors on Thursday. One strategy the company plans to use to encourage that growth is a new, more flexible design that will enable Wendy’s to go into smaller spaces.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Michael Mas to Managing Director, Finance.
“Mike has been a key part of our success for the past 14 years, and we are thrilled to promote him to this important role where the company will continue to benefit from his strategic thinking and leadership,” said Lisa Palmer, President and Chief Financial Officer.
Popular gourmet hand-crafted popsicle shop The Hyppo, located in Regency Centers' Brooklyn Station on Riverside in Jacksonville, FL, recently rang in its one-year anniversary February 3 with an all-day free pop giveaway — totaling 800.
365 by Whole Foods Market will join Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood at Regency Centers' Paces Ferry Plaza in late 2017. The specialty-grocer offers high-quality products at competitive prices — a new model to serve its modern customers.