While the holiday season is undeniably different this year, it hasn’t stopped shopping centers across Regency’s portfolio from celebrating with their communities in unique, socially distanced ways! From creative photo and art installations to virtual concerts, read on to learn how some of our centers are getting festive from-coast-to-coast.
WEST COAST HAPPENINGS:
Located in the heart of Regency’s Village at La Floresta, shoppers have been snapping family photos in style. Created by local Brea, CA artist Corre in Color, the ‘Holidays at La Floresta’ backdrop is the perfect boho-inspired spot for a photo opportunity to capture new holiday memories.
The ‘Gleeful Holiday’ virtual concert series is a way for Persimmon Place and its merchants to safely spread joy in the Dublin, CA community during this special time of year. What’s more, Persimmon Place is spreading the holiday spirit by providing a sizable donation to each of the participating singing groups!
Located in Issaquah, Washington, Regency's Grand Ridge Plaza shopping center hosted a festive 2-hour long, private Santa virtual event via Facebook Live. More than 40 families attended and waited in line for their one-on-one opportunity to chat with the man behind the magic.
EAST COAST CELEBRATIONS:
At Market Common Clarendon in Arlington, VA, shoppers can’t get enough of the new photo destination by the talented Grit and Grace! Located near the gazebo across from the Apple store, this creative installation promoting joy, hope and kindness is absolutely stunning!
Just after Thanksgiving, Northborough Crossing unveiled three life-size snowflakes (that are eight feet tall!) outside the Northborough, MA shopping center. Created locally, the colorful snowflakes continue to spread holiday cheer throughout the season!
At Southbury Green in Southbury, CT, merchants battled it out in a voting-based wreath competition! The wreath-winning retailer, none other than Starbucks, received a charitable donation which will be made in their honor to their charity of choice!