Geoff Glazer

Geoff Glazer

Hello, I'm Geoff, Senior Vice President of National Development. I oversee all development, redevelopment, and mixed-use projects across Kimco’s national footprint. During my twelve years at Kimco, I’ve worked on shaping the redevelopment program for the Mid-Atlantic, most recently overseeing the Pentagon Square, Christiana, and Owing Mills redevelopment projects. Before joining Kimco, I was a partner at an architectural firm focused on retail development. I spent about 20 years in the architecture industry, and have a Bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Cincinnati. Outside of Kimco, I like to spend time with my family. We travel together as much as we can -- in between all of their school activities!

Kimco recently unveiled its 2020 Vision providing a roadmap for growth over the next five years. A core component of this will be the company’s ground-up development program, as well as the redevelopment of our existing assets. In fact, we recently listed property revival through redevelopment as one of the five big trends shaping retail in the New Year.… Read More

LOOKING BACK: Groundbreaking day at Wilde Lake. Pictured left to right: Scott Zimmerly, Wood Partners; Councilwoman Courtney Watson; Bill Santos, Planning Board; Linda Odum, Chairwoman of the Village Board; Councilwoman Mary Kay Sigaty; Geoffrey Glazer, Kimco Realty; Ken Ulman, County Executive; Councilwoman Jen Terrasa; Marsha McLaughlin, Director of Planning; Tom Simmons, Kimco Realty; Kevin Allen, Kimco Realty

LOOKING BACK: Groundbreaking day at Wilde Lake. Pictured left to right: Scott Zimmerly, Wood Partners; Councilwoman Courtney Watson; Bill Santos, Planning Board; Linda Odum, Chairwoman of the Village Board; Councilwoman Mary Kay Sigaty; Geoffrey Glazer, Kimco Realty; Ken Ulman, County Executive; Councilwoman Jen Terrasa; Marsha McLaughlin, Director of Planning; Tom Simmons, Kimco Realty; Kevin Allen, Kimco Realty

When Kimco broke ground on the redevelopment project at Wilde Lake Village Center in Columbia, Maryland, the mission was clear: revitalize the once-bustling Village Center into a hub of retail and activity that would simultaneously create value for the local community and our company.… Read More

Today’s population is more educated and conscientious than ever regarding the food that passes our lips. Organic food is on the rise, and even other big-box wholesalers are getting in on the action. Sales of organic foods exceed $39 billion, five percent of total U.S.… Read More

In my last post, I gave an overview of how Kimco chooses properties to redevelop. Redevelopment is a fundamental way we ensure continued foot traffic and growth at Kimco’s properties, and increase the value of those properties for the communities in which they’re located and for our shareholders.… Read More

In busy Northeast Philadelphia, Kimco has played a key role turning four adjacent blocks into a retail hub for the city. Target, Sears, and Pathmark anchor three of the properties where Cottman Avenue meets Bustleton Avenue, and all have been successfully serving a dense local population, buoyed in part by the ground-up renovations we completed five years ago.… Read More

In an effort to create value in our existing portfolio of properties, Kimco continually analyzes redevelopment and retenanting opportunities. Redevelopment keeps a property fresh; ensures continued retail foot traffic; repositions the property for future growth; and increases cash flow, NOI, and property value — thereby maximizing value to both the community and our shareholders.… Read More