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Dining Experience

July 4th, 2016|Leasing, Mixed-Use, Thought Leadership|

Restaurants have long served as critical components in the experiential equation of Steiner + Associates town centers. “Eating out is in,” said Yaromir Steiner. “Whether it is a chef-driven concept or a fast-casual restaurant, dining is an inherently social activity that elevates the destination status of a community, drives traffic and captures coveted discretionary dollars.

Energy is high at 2016 RECon

May 24th, 2016|Mixed-Use|

Just seven months after opening the largest retail project in the country, Liberty Center in the Cincinnati/Dayton Metroplex, Steiner + Associates debuted a model of its newest project—Lake Nona Town Center in Orlando, Florida, at RECon 2016.

Yaromir Steiner Leads Retail Reinvention Workshop

May 23rd, 2016|Community, Mixed-Use, Thought Leadership|

Regarded as one of the brightest and most creative thinkers and planners in the country, Yaromir Steiner recently presented an ICSC continuing education workshop titled Reinvention: Property Redevelopment and Repositioning. During the discussion, Steiner explored innovative strategies that transcend traditional thinking and explored factors such as overbuilding, the economy, e-commerce, dependency on department stores, the [...]

Lake Nona moves into next phase of Development

May 23rd, 2016|Community, Mixed-Use|

Lake Nona–an 8,000-acre, 11-square-mile master-planned community that has already completed more than $3 billion in construction encompassing 7.1 million square feet of world-class residential and commercial facilities over the last 8 years–is moving forward with the next phase of what will ultimately be a 3.8 million-square-foot central commercial district: Lake Nona Town Center.

Tavistock Selects Steiner + Associates as Partner for 100-Acre Lake Nona Town Center in Orlando

May 19th, 2016|Community, Mixed-Use|

Tavistock Development Co. has named Columbus, Ohio-based Steiner + Associates as its retail planning, leasing and development partner for Lake Nona Town Center in Orlando.

Exclusive: Tavistock signs town center pioneer for Lake Nona

May 17th, 2016|Community, Mixed-Use|

Tavistock Development Co. LLC revealed to Orlando Business Journal it partnered with Columbus, Ohio-based Steiner + Associates to master plan the next phases of the Lake Nona Town Center. Steiner + Associates will work with Tavistock Development on retail planning, leasing and development services.

New estimates say central Ohio could be home to 3 million people by 2050

May 9th, 2016|Community, Residential, Thought Leadership|

This year's State of the Region report, to be released today, says new projections based on recent population shifts and building trends show the overall population in the region perhaps nearing 3 million in 34 years.

Dining In

May 4th, 2016|Community, Mixed-Use, Thought Leadership|

At a time when attracting traditional department store anchors to a new or existing project is more difficult than ever before, one category that has continued to emerge as the next generation “anchor” is restaurants.

AC Hotel Cincinnati by Marriott opens its doors at Liberty Center

April 14th, 2016|Community, Mixed-Use|

AC Hotel Cincinnati by Marriott, developed and operated by Raymond Management Company, has opened at Liberty Center with a 130-room space. AC Hotels by Marriott is a lifestyle hotel for the design conscious traveler, offering a stylish, cosmopolitan feel. With 130 thoughtfully designed guestrooms, guests will enjoy state-of-the-art amenities new to the greater Cincinnati metroplex. [...]

Heartland Real Estate Business

February 15th, 2016|Community|

Cincinnati, Dayton Retail Markets Thrive Despite Changing Consumer Preferences When talking about the retail sector, the economy has to be part of the conversation. Trends in retail concepts follow consumer behavior. In 2010, when the recovery began, wealthy consumers were the first to return to the marketplace. Not surprisingly, luxury retail concepts followed these wealthy [...]