Outlet Mall Development

We capitalized on an early opportunity of the emerging outlet mall business, putting the company at the forefront of the market with. Our team has developed and/or managed more than 25 outlet mall projects, totaling approximately 8 million square feet

More recently, through our subsidiary Paragon Outlets, we celebrated the grand opening of major designer outlet malls serving the greater San Francisco, Dallas–Fort Worth and Minneapolis-St. Paul markets, totaling approximately 1.4 million square feet. Paragon is currently developing major new outlet mall projects in the New York City, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, and Houston, totaling more than two million square feet.

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Livermore Premium Outlets

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Livermore Premium Outlets

Livermore Outlets is a 525,000 square foot luxury retail outlet center located just outside of San Francisco. The project features an exceptional line up of luxury fashion retailers, including Barney NY Warehouse, Bloomingdales Outlet Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Armani Outlet, Elie Tahari, Burberry, Prada, Kipling, MaxMara, as well as other exceptional tier luxury fashion retailers. The project architecture is rooted in the rich local heritage of the California Bungalow American Craftsman styles found in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Orlando Premium Outlets

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Orlando International Outlets

Orlando International Outlets is a 774,000 square feet retail outlet center located at the northern end of International Drive tourist corridor in Orlando, Florida. Orlando International Outlets is currently one of the largest and most productive outlet centers in the United States. The center features an extraordinary line up anchor retail tenants, including Saks Off Fifth, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Nike Factory Store, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Banana Republic, and Calvin Klein. The project features beautiful architecture highlighted by paths, fountains, open courtyards, water features, restaurants, and a food court.

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