Blackhawk Plaza is a one-of-a-kind open-air lifestyle center strategically located near the prestigious Blackhawk community and is minutes from the growing Dougherty Valley in San Ramon, with average household incomes in excess of $185,000. This center combines classic Mediterranean architecture with a multi-million-dollar water feature, with welcoming plazas and vistas attractive to tourists and neighborhood residents alike.
Bridgeport Village is the Pacific Northwest’s preeminent fashion and lifestyle shopping center characterized by its open-air design and distinctive architecture. Consisting of 500,000 square feet, the center offers an outstanding and enviable array of the regions first and exclusive one of a kind and internationally renowned stores and boutiques including The Container Store, Anthropologie, Lululemon, Apple, J. Crew, Crate & Barrel, Z Gallerie, Eileen Fisher, MAC Cosmetics, Tommy Bahama, Blue Mercury, Soft Surroundings, Rachelle M. Rustic House of Fashion and the largest Regal Cinema in the state — with an IMAX Theatre.
Cascade Station, the highly publicized and vibrant mixed-use development at the “gateway” to Portland International Airport (PDX), and initiated seven years ago has brought the $125 million Airport MAX light rail line to PDX along with $25 million of infrastructure improvements. The 120 acre site yields 800,000 square feet of retail space, 1.2 million square feet of office space and 250 hotel rooms.
2ND & PCH will be a coastal contemporary retail and restaurant destination inspired by the neighboring marina.
Canyon Corners is a nationally anchored, regional retail development in Park City, Utah.
Mountain View Village in Riverton will be an 85-acre mixed-use development, which will create a new central gathering place in the South Jordan area. The project will consist of retail, restaurant, office, gym and hotel with a full luxury theater.
The Terminal at Ballard will be a grocery-anchored shopping center.
The Veranda will be a newly reimagined mixed-use retail center with open air shopping and dining, gourmet grocery and other contemporary experiences.
The Village at Totem Lake will include a state-of-the-art luxury theatre, a village commons and park, experiential restaurants, unique retail, high-end residential and other modern features, while retaining several of the legacy tenants within the project.
The plan consists of redeveloping a newly reimagined lifestyle center with a village feel, mixed-use, gourmet grocery and other experiences.
The Waterfront is a unique reimagining of Redondo Beach’s coastal area designed to provide a community asset that is respectful to the environment and the surrounding community.
Nyberg Rivers is the third major retail project to be developed by CenterCal Properties in Tualatin, Oregon. Following upon the success of Bridgeport Village and Nyberg Woods, Nyberg Rivers contains approximately 300,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, fitness and entertainment space.
Nyberg Woods is a 250,000 square foot neighborhood and lifestyle center located at Interstate 5 and Nyberg Road - one interchange South of our highly acclaimed Bridgeport Village. The project also houses approximately 6,000 square feet of office space overlooking the well treed hills of West Portland.
Complementing the recent renovation of the mall and relocation of Nordstrom’s, the redevelopment plan will feature a strong line-up of new to market national retailers and restaurants that will mirror the success of the immediate trade area. The addition of Apple, Michael Kors, Coach, Armani Exchange, Love Culture, Sephora, Lazy Dog Café, Stacked and True Religion at the mall are all key drivers for establishing market leasing momentum. The renovation plan will consist of a new mixed use village with the addition of 250 new apartment units to the West end of the property. The plan will also include creative arrival sequences and strong pedestrian links that will allow patrons to navigate the new modern retail experience. The integration of enhanced outdoor seating areas with well landscaped pocket parks will be at the root of the place-making concepts.
Station Park is the preeminent mixed-use lifestyle center in the Salt Lake region. The 62-acre property sits adjacent to the UTA commuter rail station, Interstate 15, Highway 89, and the Legacy Highway. Farmington is located in Davis County, 15 miles north of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Station Park’s Fountain Square boasts unmatched amenities including a beautiful event lawn, outdoor fireplace, shaded patios, bronze sculptures, woodland children’s play area and an inspiring show fountain, equipped with contemporary music and LED lighting. It is the iconic destination for lifestyle excellence in Utah.
The Collection at Riverpark is a 650,000 square foot open-air, specialty retail center located in the heart of West Ventura County. Inspired by the beauty of the California coast, the Collection reflects the unique atmosphere of the surrounding seaside community. The Collection is not just a shopping center, but an experience—tree-lined streets, parks, water features, plazas and paseos work together to create a classic but casual environment.
The Trails at Silverdale is a nationally anchored, regional retail development in Silverdale, Washington.
The Village at Meridian is Idaho’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. The project represents one of the most significant commercial projects ever developed in the northwest, offering visitors from well beyond Treasure Valley an experience not available in the region.
Treasure Valley Marketplace is a 600,000 square foot regional power center located in Idaho’s second largest city, Nampa, just 18 miles East of Boise.
The Valley Mall is a shopping destination unlike any other in Central Washington. With approximately 100 tenants, the center includes Valley Mall, Valley Mall Plaza, the Valley Mall Annex and now the new Washington Plaza, scheduled to open in 2012. Located adjacent to Yakima in the city of Union Gap, the Valley Mall and its neighbors provide a wealth of shopping and entertainment opportunities that are only minutes away from anywhere in the Valley, yet almost 85 miles from the nearest competitive regional retail center.