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JLL Forges Development and Management Partnership with Poag Shopping Centers

JLL has entered into a mixed-use development and management strategic partnership with Poag Shopping Centers. Poag will provide development and redevelopment services for JLL-managed centers across the U.S., while JLL will provide management and operational services to Poag’s 10 high-end, open-air lifestyle centers. 

“Poag is the original pioneer of the lifestyle center, which today is the most popular and durable segment of the retail sector,” said Greg Maloney, president and CEO of JLL’s Retail Property Management. “This strategic partnership allows both companies to bring our expertise to the shopping center of the future – a mixed-use retail destination.” 

Properties in the management partnership include: Deer Park Town Center, The Shops at Highland Village, LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch, The Avenue Viera, Roosevelt Collection Shops, The Avenue Peachtree City, The Avenue West Cobb, The Shops at Perry Crossing, The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley and The Spectrum – Pearland. 

Pictured: Poag’s Roosevelt Collection Shops in Chicago.


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