Kimco Culture

Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted by: Jen Maisch Jen Maisch
on November 24, 2015

There’s a lot to be thankful for as we reflect on 2015 and prepare for the year ahead. From all of us at Kimco, we wish you and yours a happy and safe Thanksgiving! Tell us, what are you thankful for this year?… Read More

Q3 was yet another strong quarter for Kimco. We moved ahead with our plan to focus on our U.S. properties by selling non-domestic shopping centers, we continued disposing of lower-tier assets, and we made significant headway with our $1.1 billion redevelopment pipeline.… Read More

May 2015 was the wettest single month in the history of Texas. The city of Webster, in particular, received five inches of rain in 12 hours, and the constant downpour created a “perfect storm” of conditions that led to a partial roof collapse at our Center at Baybrook.… Read More

As the 2015 holiday shopping season rapidly approaches, a hot topic of conversation remains when retailers are opening their doors for their Black Friday sales. Collectively called the “Black Friday/Christmas Creep,” stores in the past have opened as early as 6 p.m.… Read More

Sixty-eight million Americans were expected to dress in costume this year for Halloween according to the National Retail Federation – and boy, they did not disappoint! From spooky to silly and everything in between this year brought out flocks of disguised customers ready to celebrate and fill their candy sacks.… Read More

In October of last year, Kimco announced the Illumi-Nation program, our biggest sustainability program to date and the latest rollout under our Best-in-Class umbrella. Through Illumi-Nation, we had committed $9 million in 2015 to upgrade the lighting in 100 of our Tier 1 properties by year end, and the program will carry us through 2019.… Read More

Coffee means big business, with about 87 percent of Americans drinking some form of coffee on an everyday basis. The average coffee drinker enjoys 2.1 cups per day, equating to nearly 400 million cups consumed in the U.S. daily.

Players of all sizes have their hands in the $30 billion pot, however, Zagat’s 2015 Coffee Survey revealed that while 26 percent of people grab a cup o’ joe from large national chains like Starbucks, 22 percent get their fix from smaller brands or independent coffee houses.… Read More

Small Business Saturday (SBS) is so well-known, it’s hard to believe that it was only founded in 2010. This year Small Business Saturday falls on November 28, and is sure to capitalize on the surge of shoppers between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.… Read More

While our Westlake Shopping Center, located in Daly City, California, is no stranger to events, our recent festival might be the most inventive yet. We frequently host shopper and seasonal events at the center, and this year we decided to come up with a new event that will tie in the city’s culture with a fun activity for families.… Read More