Our highly-anticipated Grand Parkway Marketplace project recently broke ground and Kimco hosted a kickoff event. The project, which is an approximately 450,000-square-foot power center in Spring, Texas is located 3.5 miles west of the new ExxonMobil corporate campus. Within a five-mile radius there are 170,000 people with an average household income of $100,000.… Read More

This month’s cover story of the industry trade publication Commercial Property Executive focused on all things sustainable in commercial real estate. I joined a roundtable of other prominent players for the feature: Helen Gurfel, executive director, ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance; Nick Stolatis, senior director, global sustainability and enterprise initiatives, TIAA-CREF Global Real Estate; Gary Holtzer, global sustainability officer, Hines; Billy Grayson, director of sustainability, Liberty Property Trust; and David Pogue, global director of corporate responsibility, CBRE Group Inc.… Read More

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Soon, a new tenant will be opening at our Jericho Commons shopping center on Long Island with a heartwarming story and mission. Founded by two sisters, Allie and Amanda Milberg, when they were just teenagers, From Our Hearts to Your Toes inspires confidence in young boys and girls by making them feel their best with beautiful repurposed dance recital costumes.… Read More

Here at Kimco, we always stress that our success is contingent upon the success of the communities in which we serve. In this vein, we schedule a series of events that will give back to those communities. Our most recent examples are two events that took place at our Forest Avenue Shopping Center in Staten Island, New York and at our Westlake Shopping Center in Daly City, California.… Read More

This week Target announced plans to open two smaller format stores, formerly known as TargetExpress, in Long Island later this year. One of these stores will be in our Meadowbrook Commons center in Freeport, New York. These will join three other flexible format stores opening throughout the New York City boroughs in 2016.… Read More