We Build Foundations for Success

Our construction managers handle the day-to-day construction needs at the centers we manage, leveraging their extensive experience developing and maintaining retail assets, from tenant fit-outs, to façade renovations, property expansions, and redevelopment projects. We work closely with the local municipalities on entitlements and permits, and leverage our relationships with land use attorneys, architects, and engineers to ensure our clients projects are completed on time, under budget, and with the highest quality.

A few of our recent construction management projects include:

  • Fairfield Place Shopping Center (307,000 square feet) – Exton, PA – Developed and constructed in 1990, we managed the redevelopment of the project, which included the addition to the center of TJ Maxx, Carters, Ulta Beauty, Rack Room Shoes, Dress Barn, and Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza. In addition, the center was expanded by 11,000 square feet, and included a $10 million renovation which included a full renovation to the façade and pylon signs, roof replacement, lighting enhancement, and significant parking lot and landscaping enhancements. Post renovation, the center is now 100% leased and occupied.
  • Centerville Square Shopping Center (107,000 square feet) – Lancaster, PA – Developed and constructed in the late 1980’s, we managed the redevelopment of the project, which included the relocation of CVS Pharmacy to an outpad, and the addition to the center of a 10,000 square foot Fine Wine & Good Spirts, 4,800 square foot beverage store, Tropical Smoothie Café, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Allstate Insurance, and AT&T. In addition, a $2 million renovation was completed which included a full renovation to the façade and pylon signs, roof replacement, lighting upgrades, and significant parking lot and landscaping enhancements. Currently, the center is 100% leased and occupied.
  • Oak Springs Plaza Shopping Center (123,000 square feet) – Warrenton, VA – Developed and constructed in the early 1990’s, we managed the redevelopment of the project, which included a $2 million full renovation to the façade, roof replacement, LED lighting, and significant parking lot and landscaping enhancements. Currently the center is now 100% leased and occupied.