Dierman Realty Group, through its principals, participated in the development and leasing of the following retail centers:
Broomfield Town Center
±300,000 square foot shopping center in Broomfield, Colorado anchored by Home Depot and King Soopers.
±350,000 square foot, five-level, enclosed retail center located in the central business district of Silver Spring, Maryland (suburb of Washington, D.C.). Initial anchors included Marshalls, Ross Dress for Less, Burlington Coat Factory, Nordstrom Rack and AMC Theaters.
Hollymead Town Center
±350,000 square foot shopping center in Charlottesville, Virginia. Anchors include Target, Harris Teeter and PETsMART. This project was a joint venture with Regency Centers.
Largo Town Center
±285,000 square foot community center located in Largo, Maryland, just outside the Washington Capital Beltway. Anchors included Marshalls and Shoppers Food Warehouse.
±350,000 square foot center located in Salisbury, Maryland (on Maryland's Eastern Shore). Anchors included Target, Home Depot, Michaels, Office Max, and PETsMART. This project was a joint venture with Developers Diversified Realty Corporation.
The Centre at Hagerstown
±750,000 square foot power center located on I-81 in Hagerstown, Maryland. Initial anchors included Super Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Dick's Sporting Goods, Circuit City, Borders Books, Marshalls, Bed Bath & Beyond, Office Max and PETsMART. This project was a joint venture with Developers Diversified Realty Corporation.
The Centre at Salisbury
±900,000 square foot regional mall initially anchored by Hecht's, Sears, Boscoff's, JC Penney, and Montgomery Ward and located in Salisbury, Maryland on Maryland's Eastern Shore. This development was a joint venture with the Shopco Group.
The Great Mall of the Bay Area
±1.5 million square foot off-price mega-mall located in the heart of the Silicon Valley in Milpitas, California. Initial anchors included Off Fifth Saks Fifth Avenue, Marshalls Super Store, Burlington Coat, Linens 'N Things, Oshmann's Sporting Goods Superstore, Old Navy, Steinmart, DSW Shoe Warehouse, and Group USA. This project was a joint venture with Ford Motor Land Development Corporation and was an adaptive re-use of an old Mustang assembly plant.
±250,000 square foot shopping center on I-81 in Winchester, Virginia. Anchors include Target, Home Depot, TJ Maxx and PETsMART.