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Development Team

Justin Leyda
Vice President, Development
Telephone: (614) 414-7300
After hours voicemail: Dial extension 343
Assistant: Kayla Weekley, extension 335

Dwayne Furukawa
Vice President, Development
Telephone: (614) 414-7300
After hours voicemail: Dial extension 326
Assistant: Kayla Weekley, extension 335

Lauri Luther
Development Finance Director
Telephone: (614) 414-7300
After hours voicemail: Dial extension 351
Assistant: Annette Yaeger, extension 338

Mike Pione
Development Executive
Telephone: (614) 414-7300
After hours voicemail: Dial extension 261
Assistant: Kayla Weekley, extension 335

Seth Barritt
Development Manager
Telephone: (614) 414-7300
Assistant: Kayla Weekley, extension 335

Ryan Gruebmeyer
Development Manager
Telephone: (614) 414-7300
After hours voicemail: Dial extension 251
Assistant: Kayla Weekley, extension 335

NEWS

E-Commerce Reality Doesn’t Match Rhetoric

January 15th, 2017|Comments Off on E-Commerce Reality Doesn’t Match Rhetoric

I hear–and see–a lot of hand-wringing and uncertainty in the industry today. Far too many retailers have let the online boogeyman get in their head and influence their decision-making and resource allocation.

ICSC U.S. Design & Development Awards Honors Steiner + Associates

December 6th, 2016|Comments Off on ICSC U.S. Design & Development Awards Honors Steiner + Associates

The winners of ICSC’s 2016 Design & Development Awards were announced on December 1 at the ICSC CenterBuild Conference in Phoenix, Arizona and Steiner + Associates’ Easton Gateway District was honored as a winner. The ICSC Design & Development Awards honor outstanding achievement in the design and development of retail properties and retail store design.

NY Deal Making Kicks Off

December 5th, 2016|Comments Off on NY Deal Making Kicks Off

The ICSC NY National Deal Making Conference kicked off today.

Landlords take stakes in food tenants

November 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Landlords take stakes in food tenants

When owners start taking equity stakes in their food tenants, the traditional roles can blur in some interesting ways, notes Spencer Bomar, an Atlanta-based principal of the national retail group at Avison Young. “In some cases [landlords] are partnering with chefs, and it is going as far as them sharing in the percentage rent,” he said. “They are becoming true business partners.”

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