The Village at La Floresta is a ground-up development that opened in April of 2016. Merchandised with a variety of first-to-market retailers and restaurants, and anchored by Whole Foods Market, the center had a strong opening and great forward momentum. Regency’s Los Angeles development team, led by John Mehigan, decided to continue the grand opening momentum by implementing a long-term marketing strategy to build awareness and drive traffic.
One of the most popular names in haircare, Drybar®, recently joined Regency’s Brooklyn Station on Riverside, marking the salon’s first location in Florida. If you’re not familiar with Drybar, the concept is guided by a simple vision: no cuts, no color, just blowouts.
Food trucks, pop-up eateries and food halls have dominated the urban dining lifestyle over the years. Now, Irvine-based Taco Bell is adding its own spin to the alternative building movement with a restaurant made from shipping containers.
Unlike-anywhere-else displays of visual artistry. Fully decorated showrooms, filled to the brim with custom furniture. Limited-edition apparel collections. The dresses—oh, the dresses! A designer shoe salon. Jewelry crafted by local hands. Accessories with a global perspective. Beauty finds curated from the finest brands, from cult favorites to the just-discovered. A wedding shop stocked with unusually beautiful gowns. A place to celebrate the outdoors and gather with friends. The new store concept is now open in Walnut Creek, California.
In a city known for its rich beach culture and world-renowned surfing, Orange County’s Huntington Beach, CA is also home to Regency Centers Newland Center. Built in the late '80s, the shopping center is undergoing a façade remodel reflective of its seaside community.
TUSTIN, CA—Coming up with architecture that works for all of the uses is one challenge in developing mixed-use projects, Regency Centers Corp.’ SVP, senior market officer, John Mehigan tells GlobeSt.com. As we recently reported the firm recently has closed on the land that will become the nearly $40-million, ground-up development known as The Village at Tustin Legacy here. The center, which will sit at the core of the new 1,600-acre master-planned community of Tustin Legacy, will be neighbored by a 130,000-square-foot medical complex, 1.9 million square feet of office space and more than 6,800 new residential homes at total build-out. We spoke exclusively with Mehigan about the project and the benefits and challenges of working with such a wide variety of mixed uses.
When East Palo Alto's Sports Authority went dark following the retailer's bankruptcy and subsequent liquidation, it threatened to punch a hole in the city's bottom line. But it didn't take long to backfill the 50,000-square-foot box. On Monday, Target Corp. announced it would take over the space, opening a new "flexible format" Target there next July.
TUSTIN, Calif.—Regency Centers Corporation (“Regency”), a national owner, operator, and developer of grocery-anchored shopping centers, has announced the closing of the land that will become The Village at Tustin Legacy. With estimated net development costs of nearly $40 million, this ground-up development will sit at the core of Orange County’s new 1,600-acre master-planned community of Tustin Legacy. The center will be neighbored by a 130,000 square-foot medical complex, 1.9 million square feet of office space, and more than 6,800 new residential homes at total build-out.