Amazon Isn’t to Blame for Retail Sector’s Troubles. The Shrinking Middle Class Is.

2018-09-13T14:14:55+00:00September 13th, 2018|Mixed-Use|

Published in National Real Estate Investor  Despite an economy that has enjoyed almost uninterrupted positive growth since the deep recession of the late 2000s, those who work in and around retail will be quick to tell you that it isn’t all milk and honey for the industry. Turbulence, closures and realignment are the new norm, as the [...]

Development Digest: Continuous evolution has kept Easton Town Center new over its 20 years

2018-08-22T18:38:46+00:00August 22nd, 2018|Mixed-Use|

Published in International Council of Shopping Center When it comes to understanding the details behind many retail shopping centers, the source of record is often the original architects who designed and planned every square inch of space. Such is the case with one of the first open-air lifestyle centers in the country: Easton Town Center. [...]

Tavistock Begins 4 Million SF Lake Nona Town Center Project in Central Florida

2018-08-16T15:41:35+00:00August 16th, 2018|Mixed-Use|

Published in Southeast Real Estate Business Orlando’s Lake Nona Town Center, developed by Tavistock Development Company with its retail planning, leasing and development partner Steiner + Associates, is the 100-acre centerpiece of the 17-square-mile Lake Nona community. It has established itself as a transformational development with a market-defining 4 million-square-feet of retail, dining and entertainment. [...]

Cinépolis headed for Lake Nona

2018-08-14T19:54:01+00:00August 14th, 2018|General, Mixed-Use|

By Al Urbanski | Chain Store Age Tavistock Development and Steiner + Associates have lifted the curtain on their star entertainment tenant at Lake Nona Town Center in Florida and it’s Cinépolis. One of the pioneers of the plush-seat cinema experience — complete with bar and waiter service — Mexico-based Cinépolis operates in 14 countries [...]

Developers Sign Nine New Tenants to $225 Million Easton Town Center in Ohio

2018-08-14T19:59:25+00:00August 7th, 2018|General, Mixed-Use|

Published in The Latest News | Shopping Center Business Columbus, Ohio — Steiner + Associates, L Brands and Georgetown Co., co-developers of Easton Town Center in Columbus, have signed nine new tenants to the $225 million mixed-use center. The new retailers will occupy a combined 40,000 square feet. Seabolt & Co. and Marine Layer are already [...]

Shake Shack to Open at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio

2018-07-23T19:17:42+00:00July 21st, 2018|Mixed-Use|

Shake Shack has unveiled plans to open at Easton Town Center in Columbus in early 2019. The burger restaurant, which also serves chicken sandwiches, fries and shakes, will occupy 3,523 square feet. The space will feature an outdoor patio and seating for more than 100 people. Tabletops will be made from reclaimed bowling alley lanes [...]

Fenlon Square featured on the cover of Shopping Center

2018-06-14T19:32:22+00:00June 14th, 2018|Mixed-Use|

Easton Town Center’s Felton Square was featured as the cover photo of the June issue of Shopping Center’s Today! The national retail real estate magazine leveraged the photo as a natural complement to their mixed-use feature story.

Six Takeaways from RECon 2018

2018-05-25T14:12:27+00:00May 23rd, 2018|Mixed-Use|

By Mary Diduch, National Real Estate Investor The sentiment among retail real estate professionals remained upbeat on the second day of exhibitions at this year’s RECon. Some attendees felt the “doom and gloom” of retail headlines seem to be, at least for the moment, somewhat in the past as retailers, owners and developers try to [...]

How To Reinvent, Redevelopment And Reposition Successfully

2018-05-25T14:13:26+00:00May 21st, 2018|Community, Thought Leadership|

BY NATALIE DOLCE, NATIONAL REAL ESTATE INVESTOR In the opening workshop session, held Sunday morning at ICSC’s RECon Convention, Yaromir Steiner, CEO of Steiner + Associates, talked about how understanding the difference in need based services versus want base services is key. The workshop defined new approaches to create or bring existing retail real estate environments [...]