Federal Realty acquires dominant retail properties with expansion, redevelopment, and lease-up/re-leasing potential for our own account. We acquire larger grocery-anchored neighborhood centers, community centers, lifestyle centers, collections of “street retail” properties and properties that lend themselves to long-term mixed-use redevelopment and/or include non-retail components such as office or residential. We prefer, but do not require, a grocery anchor and are relatively flexible with respect to format. With respect to location, we only pursue transactions within our target markets and prefer proven, regional trade areas within those target markets. We have the ability to creatively structure transactions to meet owner’s estate and tax planning objectives (including issuing OP Units) and will assume existing loans if the debt is uneconomic to retire at closing. For a list of our target markets and additional information regarding Federal Realty's acquisition criteria, click on the PDFs below.
Plaza El Segundo
Plaza El Segundo is a regional open-air coastal shopping destination featuring just under 400,000 square feet of GLA. Located in the sophisticated, yet relaxed South Bay beach communities in southern California, Plaza El Segundo is comprised of three distinct shopping sections: The Plaza, The Collection and The Edge. More
Montrose Crossing is a 357,000 square foot power center anchored by Giant, Marshall’s, The Sports Authority and Barnes and Noble. Located in affluent Montgomery County, Maryland along Rockville Pike (Rt. 355), Montrose Crossing joins Federal Realty’s other premier assets within the metro DC region.More
East Bay Bridge
East Bay Bridge is a grocery-anchored power center located in a major retail node in the densely populated cities of Emeryville and Oakland, in the East Bay area of Northern California. East Bay Bridge sits at the intersections of (3) major interstates: I-80, I-880 and I-580 bringing a steady flow of traffic over 200,000 ADT’s each. Anchored by Home Depot, Target, Pak N’ Save, Michaels and more. More