Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the promotion of Mandy Chinn to Assistant Controller.

Chinn joined Regency Properties in April 2010 as the Financial Analyst.   In September 2012, Chinn accepted the position of Senior Accountant.  Chinn was promoted to Accounting Manager in January 2014 and has been a vital part of the accounting department in that role.  Now, as Assistant Controller, Mandy will lead the accounting team in developing and maintaining accounting processes and procedures to ensure accurate and timely financial statement reporting.

Mandy graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Professional Services. In April 2012, she received certification from the Institute of Management Accountants as a Certified Management Accountant.  Mandy is an active member of Fabulous After Thirty Evansville and is on the Board of Directors for the Evansville Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.

“Mandy’s insights and contributions have been invaluable”, stated Barry Paddock, Controller.  “Her stewardship of the Accounting department and mentorship of our staff has and will continue to enhance Regency Properties and those we serve.”

 

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the promotion of Sarah Werner to Senior Business Management Assistant.

Werner joined Regency Properties in August 2015 as Administrative Assistant in the Business Management department.  In her new role, Sarah will continue to provide support to Business Managers, assist in the development of strategic plans, and lead multiple projects within the department.

Werner earned her Associates Degree in Business Administration from Ivy Tech Community College.  Currently, she is attending the University of Southern Indiana pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Management.  Additionally, she is an active volunteer with the local Fraternal Order of Police, serving as President of the FOPA.

“Sarah has been instrumental in the growth and success of our department and will play a key role as we continue to move forward providing excellent customer service throughout our portfolio”, commented Charles Riffert, Director of Business Management.

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, recently acquired three new shopping centers in northern Indiana.  Columbia Square, Monticello Marketplace, and Wabash East will add a combined 253,267 square feet to Regency’s expanding portfolio.

Columbia Square Shopping Center is a 123,340 square foot shopping center located at 621 Countryside Drive Columbia City, Indiana 46725.  Columbia Square is anchored by a newly renovated Kroger, and has a diverse national tenant mix including, Family Dollar, Goody’s, Rent-A-Center, and Tires Plus.

Monticello Marketplace Shopping Center is a 107,164 square foot shopping center located at 900 North Main Street, Monticello Indiana 47960.  This center is anchored by a Kroger grocery store with additional national tenants including Label Shopper, Pizza Hut, Ace Hardware, and Anytime Fitness.

Wabash Crossing East Shopping Center is a 22,763 square foot shopping center located at 1611 North Cass Street Wabash, Indiana 46992.  Positioned right off US Highway 24, this center features Wabash County Hospital, Check into Cash, Sky Nails, BMV, Ladd Dental, and AT&T store.

“We are thrilled to expand our footprint in Indiana,” said Jeff Howell, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer. “We currently have a strong presence in our home state and are thrilled to grow into more county seat communities like Columbia City, Monticello, and Wabash.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, has acquired two new shopping centers in Michigan.  Owosso East and Sturgis Plaza will add a total of 293,967 square feet to Regency’s portfolio.

Owosso East Plaza is located in central Michigan and is a 134,381 square foot shopping center anchored by Tractor Supply.  The center is located right off Main Street and is home to Pet Supply Plus, Goodwill, and Dunham’s Sports.  There is an opportunity for a 2.5-acre out lot development at Owosso East that would add even more foot traffic to the shopping center.

Sturgis Plaza is located in southern Michigan and is a 159,586 square foot shopping center anchored by Kroger.  This center also features some national tenants such as Family Dollar, Goodwill, and Buffalo Wild Wings.   Sturgis Plaza has three different outlots that could potentially be developed.

“Michigan has proven to be a great state for Regency to own properties,” said Jeff Howell, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer. “We are thrilled to be able to expand our footprint from 3 shopping centers to 5 with the purchase of Owosso East and Sturgis Plaza.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, recently acquired Austin Town Center.  This 112,258 square foot shopping center is the first in the state of Minnesota in Regency’s portfolio.

Austin Town Center is located at 1700 17th Street NW Austin, MN.  The center is the dominant retail shopping center because of its location at the intersection of I-90 and US HWY 218.  Aldi Foods and Jo-Ann Fabrics are two anchor tenants, but the center also features a good mix of small shops including, Dollar Tree, Edward Jones, Sally Beauty, Great Clips, and Verizon Wireless. Regency Properties has planned renovations to include exterior façade work and a pylon update at an estimated total cost of around $300,000.

“We are thrilled to expand our national footprint to Minnesota.” Stated Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer Jeff Howell.  “Austin has a strong, well-positioned shopping center that we see a lot of opportunity to redevelop and revive for those we serve.”