Eaton Center is a case study in award winning impact.  Our Regency team acquired the center and set to work making substantial capital improvements and organizational efficiencies.  The aim was to not only enhance the exterior of the center, but also build and improve the tenant relationships. Our efforts were recognized by a recent award from the community. We are grateful for the trust and support of our investors who help make our portfolio a success.



The Company’s investment objective is to create a diversified portfolio of community retail shopping centers primarily anchored or shadow anchored by grocery and big-box tenants and located in communities that generally have trade area populations greater than 10,000 and are the center of economic and/or government activity for the surrounding area, and generally are located outside a major metropolitan area. The Company refers to these as “county-seat” communities and identifies this strategy as the County Seat Program (“CSP”).

The Company seeks to identify and acquire well located and value priced properties in CSP markets with a goal of increasing the profitability and market value of each acquired retail shopping center through renovation, re-tenanting, and repositioning. This is generally accomplished through the following:

  • contemporary architectural renovation (including new signage)
  • tenant allowances for both vacant spaces and current tenants that will benefit from capital improvements
  • maintaining the properties at high standards to provide an appealing retailing environment to obtain competitive rents and operating expense reimbursements from tenants and increase tenant retention
  • focus on attracting new tenants that improve the mix and quality of tenants operating in the property, with an emphasis on tenants that provide essential and value-priced products and are operationally and financially sound.

The Company acts as a holding company for wholly owned subsidiaries that purchase, encumber, develop, lease, operate, sell and/or otherwise dispose of CSP retail shopping centers and ancillary improvements and properties, all in accordance with the Company’s Operating Agreement. From time to time, the Company may co-invest with joint venture partners and other entities controlled or managed by third parties for the purpose of investing and holding an equity position in certain CSP retail shopping centers.


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Chris Lucas

Executive Vice President and General Counsel