Rick Turner

Rick Turner

I started my commercial real estate career in 2000. Beginning with a family boutique brokerage, I expanded my retail focus as a Senior Associate for Terranomics, one of Northern California's top retail brokerage firms. During my brokerage career, I represented both landlords and tenants throughout Northern California. In 2008, I joined Kimco as a Director of Real Estate and currently oversee leasing of a portfolio in parts of Northern California and the State of Colorado. I have ranked nationally as a top producer since joining Kimco in 2008 and have assisted with the execution of several Kimco regional programs, such as Kimco KEYS, the Kimco Hispanic initiative, and the Jr. Leasing Associates training program. I am a proud husband and father of four. I am also an avid runner and backpacker, and love to spend time outdoors whenever possible. My wife and I are also the founders of the Tiny Feet Foundation, a non-profit supporting families with premature newborns and those who have lost a baby pre-term.

From beer gardens to breweries to home brewing, the craft beer industry is getting some major buzz right now, and many beer connoisseurs are jumping on the bandwagon to start their own businesses. According to the Brewers Association, the number of breweries in 2016 grew 16.6 percent as 5,301 new breweries popped up around the U.S.… Read More

FAMILY FINISH: My family joined me at the California International Marathon in 2010

FAMILY FINISH: My family joined me at the California International Marathon in 2010

Many of us at Kimco are involved in charitable organizations that hold a special place in our hearts. For me, giving back to other parents is a big part of my life — not only because I am a dad to five children (three sons and two daughters), but also because one of those children is no longer with us today.… Read More

A year ago on this blog, I made a big commitment — one I was not entirely convinced I was qualified to make. In support of my newly launched charity, the Tiny Feet Foundation, I would run 12 marathons in 12 months.… Read More

The first year of business is typically the most challenging and risky. To help startup entrepreneurs and first-time business owners establish a strong footing, we launched the Kimco Entrepreneurs Year Start (KEYS) program a year ago as a pilot in California.… Read More