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  • Original Post : https://chainstoreage.com/time-equities-expands-investment-northwest New York-based Time Equities, Inc. has acquired Orchards Market Center in Vancouver, Wash., its seventh property in the region. The 178,190-sq. ft. power center was built in 1994 a high-traffic neighborhood of Vancouver, which sits directly across the Columbia

  • Original post published at The Daily Times:  https://www.thedailytimes.com/news/foothills-mall-steps-up-with-new-flooring/article_1fb7d35a-59d8-5b03-9b7b-62a98b4133d6.html   Foothills Mall steps up with new flooring By Robert Norris [email protected]  Jun 26, 2019 Jodi Whitelaw (left) and Brain Whitelaw put down new flooring at Foothills Mall. Tom Sherlin | The Daily Times Two years ago, New York-based

  • Original post & image from Chain Store Age: https://www.chainstoreage.com/real-estate/10-under-40-retail-real-estates-rising-stars/ 10 Under 40: Retail Real Estate’s Rising Stars BY DEBBY GARBATO May 20, 2019 Joel Stephen, 38 Senior vice president, CBRE British native Stephen made his first deal at age 8 after the family moved across England. Tired of

  • Original article published by: Crain's Detroit Business KIRK PINHO | February 03, 2019 12:01 AM Lormax Stern, Time Equities have invested $28 million-$30 million in improvements to Macomb Mall since acquiring it in 2013 Attracted H&M, Ulta, At Home and Dick's Sporting

  • Original article published by The Wall Street Journal   Many landlords have lost faith in the company’s chairman and say the department store’s brand is outdated. Eddie Lampert is trying to restructure the department-store chain, aiming for Sears to emerge from chapter 11

  • Original article published by Indianapolis Business Journal November 20, 2018 | Susan Orr Jane Pauley Community Health Center plans to open another clinic in a portion of a former Marsh grocery store in the Shadeland Station Shopping Center in the Castleton area. The clinic

  • Original article published: Real Estate Forum - October 2018 Issue  

  • Original Article from Northern Utah Business by Ashley Szanter, Nubiz Writer | Thursday, 13 September, 2018   Since its opening in 1981, the Newgate Mall has gone through several changes and updates. But one element of their personality they’re keen to maintain is their connection to

  • Re-post from: https://www.icsc.com/news-and-views/icsc-exchange/the-woodmont-company-boosts-columbia-gorge-outlets   A recent makeover includes a facade facelift, new signage and landscaping.   By Jessica Harlan, Staff Writer for Value Retail News   More than two years after changing ownership, Columbia Gorge Outlets in Troutdale, Ore., is enjoying a new look, improved amenities, and

  • Original article published: https://www.chainstoreage.com/real-estate/developer-value-retail-still-drives-center-success/ BY AL URBANSKI August 22, 2018 Time Equities Inc.’s purchase of the 142,190-sq.-ft. Citrus Center in Inverness, Florida, this month was a no-brainer, according to the commercial real estate company’s retail chief. “This was straight down the fairway for us,” said

  •   Original Article published on the Shopping Center Business website August 10, 2018 Written by Camren Skelton Published in Florida, Investment sales, News Permalink TJ Maxx anchors Citrus Center, which was 98 percent leased at the time of sale. Inverness, Fla. — Time Equities Inc. (TEI) has

  • Original article published on Wall Street Journal Sterling Organization is part of a dwindling group of real-estate investors still turning struggling properties around Sterling replaced the Kmart at the Center of Winter Park in Orlando, Fla., with four stores that paid market

  • Original Post: https://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/the-indestructible-tenant/ The indestructible tenant? As they proliferate in record numbers, dollar stores may be one of the only retailers immune to the sting of e-commerce — but a mounting challenge from midmarket players could soon pose a risk By C.J. Hughes |

  • Original article published on Real Estate Alert Time Equities last week paid $32 million for a 341,000-squarefoot power center in McHenry, Ill. Mid-America Real Estate brokered the sale for DDR, a Beachwood, Ohio, REIT. Shops at Fox River is at 3340

  • By Liam La Guerre    April 23, 2018  1:45 pm Original article published on Commercial Observer     Entrepreneur Michael Ali has signed a deal to bring what Time Equities calls an “ultra-high-end” convenience store and café at the base of its 50 West

  • The shopping center, leased to a variety of tenants including Books-A-Million, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Shoe Carnival and Catherine’s, contains more than 140,000 square feet. by Jeff Hamann | Apr 18, 2018 Original article published on Commercial Property Executive RCG Ventures has traded Governor’s Crossing,

  • Original article published on Shopping Center Business   Sevierville, Tenn. — Time Equities Inc. (TEI) has acquired Governor’s Crossing, a 140,568-square-foot shopping center in Sevierville, for $13.9 million. The center is located 24 miles from downtown Knoxville. Kyle Stonis and Pierce Mayson of

  • Original article published on MSN News via CNBC   You might've noticed more and more mall food courts are changing, ditching fast-food chains for local eateries. And that's not on accident. Mall owners say they've been steadily increasing the percentage of retail square

  • Original article published on Yahoo! Finance via CNBC   You might've noticed more and more mall food courts are changing, ditching fast food chains for local eateries. And that's not an accident. Mall owners say they've been steadily increasing the percentage of retail square

  • 40 percent of consumers today will pick a mall to visit primarily based on the restaurants located there, according to a report from Jones Lang LaSalle. Shoppers who eat at the mall will then spend more time there and

  • By Meghan Morris Original article published on PERE News