The Rainier Companies, a national commercial real estate investment firm headquartered in Dallas, today announced the acquisition of SummitWoods Crossing, a 545,204-square-foot Class A regional shopping center in Lee’s Summit, Missouri (Kansas City MSA). The acquisition represents Rainier’s 13th market-dominant shopping center purchase in the last five years. This acquisition grows its grocery-anchored retail portfolio to more than five million square feet nationally.
DHL Express, the world’s leading provider of international express shipping services, recently expanded its vast network of U.S. retail locations with a new mobile pop-up store in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The 2,200-cubic-feet, 100 percent off-the-grid, mobile DHL ServicePoint offers a safe, easy-to-use shipping option for customers
The pandemic has left a lot of companies — and a lot of employees — reassessing what they want out of “going to the office.” A Columbus-based company is betting that the future is going to look more like a retail space — with flexible, coworking spaces inside.
COhatch plans to open two new spaces in Pittsburgh — one in the long-vacant Talbots retail shop on Walnut Street in Shadyside and the other in the former Gap store at The Waterfront in Homestead.
Fullerton City Council voted unanimously at their December 21 meeting to approve a large new housing development on a 4.47-acre site located within the Fullerton Town
Center at the northwest corner of Orangethorpe Avenue and Lemon Street.
The design took inspiration from some of Fullerton’s historic buildings, including the California Hotel (Villa del Sol) and the Railroad Depot (The Old Spaghetti Factory). The project requires changing the site’s zoning from commercial to high-density residential.