Experiential and performing places and destinations that enliven and enrich
From concept to creation, Steiner has built, leased and managed some of the most influential and top performing projects in the country. In the process, the company has created a long list of memorable spaces and extraordinary places that celebrate social engagements and experiences. From ground-up developments, to inspired renovations and strategic redevelopment initiatives, a common thread runs through all Steiner projects: the density and connectivity of the purposeful built environment. Steiner projects create urban focal points and social hubs, places where space is activated and the human dimension is celebrated.
Steiner + Associates’ extensive portfolio is comprised of a collection of highly successful retail, residential and mixed-use projects that have reimagined possibilities, reinvigorated properties, and reenergized communities throughout the nation. Some of those projects include the iconic 1.7 million-square-foot Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio, a project that is often credited with defining and inspiring a generation of retail and mixed-use development and remains one of the top 30 performing malls in the country; Liberty Town Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, a groundbreaking mixed-use project that is at the forefront of the next generation of innovative town center development; and several best-in-market multifamily projects that reflect and embrace the same quality and attention to detail. These projects have helped establish Steiner’s reputation for developing true community assets: places and destinations that are local gems and regional draws; social and financial successes; and civic and community assets.
Thomas (TJ) Drought Jr. has joined Columbus, Ohio-based Steiner + Associates as Executive Vice President, Advisory Services. Drought leads the company’s growing third party leasing and management services business. Steiner + Associates Chairman and CEO Yaromir Steiner made the announcement.
For anyone in the industry, it’s impossible to avoid the topic of online sales and the “dramatic” impact of the internet on traditional brick-and-mortar retail. Many retailers are clearly worried, and others are uncertain about how they should respond to the growth of online retail.