Inspired By Life.

Steiner + Associates is a real estate developer and master-planner providing development, leasing, management, and third party services. The company’s demonstrated ability to apply big ideas in creative and innovative ways has played a defining role in the firm’s success. Yet, Steiner’s most important insight has been the core understanding that it is not sight lines or site plans, but human activity that defines a space and creates a place. Steiner recognizes that truly memorable and engaging built environments do more than just facilitate social, commercial and experiential activity, they actively promote and enhance it.

The Steiner approach is focused on much more than just the development of spaces and places, it ensures the creation of experiences that drive memorable moments and lasting memories. As a result, Steiner projects are destinations in the truest sense of the word: high performing places where people go–and stay–because they want to be there.

For a firm that consistently operates ahead of the industry curve and has delivered strong and sustainable retail and mixed-use developments across the country, it is remarkable to realize that Steiner’s deepest insights are not about places, but people. Steiner understands not only what people want, but also why they want it, and the firm is adept at creating environments to meet those needs. Because ultimately Steiner + Associates is not just creating buildings, but inspiring life.


Survival of the Fittest: How commercial real estate will evolve

October 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Survival of the Fittest: How commercial real estate will evolve

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Live. Work. Play.

September 25th, 2016|Comments Off on Live. Work. Play.

The newest demographic groups may have very particular preferences, but technology, building materials and design innovations offer plenty of alternatives to stay on pace. A look at upcoming trends in how people live, work and play will help you to determine how best to improve your properties.

The Town Center Regains Significance

August 3rd, 2016|Comments Off on The Town Center Regains Significance

When suburban malls began to stagnate in the early 1990s, the parent company of the retail stalwarts Bath & Body Works and Victoria’s Secret took a chance on a different kind of shopping experience.

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