Nearly every town in America houses some kind of franchise, whether that be a restaurant, hotel, home improvement store, hair salon — the list goes on. Franchises account for around 9 million jobs in America, making them an integral part of the economy.… Read More

Our recent post introduced you to three independent retailers with thriving businesses in Suburban Square, a flagship Kimco property in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. Nestled amongst major international retailers, such as J.Crew, Lululemon, and Apple, as well as franchises like Ruby’s Diner and Robeks, these independent retailers have garnered themselves long-standing customer followings.… Read More

Kimco’s properties have a large and diverse independent retailer presence. These retailers have built their business from the ground up and attract loyal customer bases by excelling in customer service and offering unique products.

In this two-part series on independent retailers, we’ll take a look at Suburban Square in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, one of our flagship properties and a great example of small businesses holding their own in a tenant mix.… Read More

Kimco Culture

Treasure hunting, anyone?

Posted by: Jen Maisch Jen Maisch
on January 26, 2017

At Kimco, we love to see our customers having fun while shopping for the best deals. Discount brands are taking over, and shoppers are hunting for their own personal retail treasures. However, some are taking the trend a little too seriously…

Feel free to share or republish this REIToon and any others posted on the Kimco REIToons page.… Read More

Another successful year has come to an end, which means it’s time that we share with all of you the biggest retail trends that the Kimco team foresees in the coming year. As North America’s largest publicly traded owner and operator of open-air shopping centers, Kimco is uniquely positioned, both in our geographic reach and dealings with retailers large and small, to identify key factors that will have an impact in the retail real estate landscape.… Read More

Target has opened more than 25 flexible format stores since 2012. Although smaller by square footage, these stores still offer everything that frequent Target shoppers have come to know and love. Emphasizing a locally-relevant experience, flexible Targets’ unique store designs contain a curated product assortment and one-of-a-kind features — all geared towards the surrounding market’s demographics.… Read More