Los Angeles Regency Centers, a national owner, operator and developer of grocery-anchored and community shopping centers, has been honored with a Gold Nugget Award of Merit from the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) for its Brea Marketplace shopping center in Brea, Calif. The project won the nomination in the best retail project category among other companies in the United States and Canada.
The project was redeveloped by Regency and designed by Perkowitz+Ruth Architects with completion in 2009. The Award of Merit places Regency Centers in the running for a Grand Award at the Gold Nugget Luncheon on June 10 in San Francisco.
Brea Marketplace is a property with more than 352,000 sq. ft. of retail space and one of Target’s first prototype podium stores.
“We were gratified to be selected along with Perkowitz+Ruth Architects on this extensive redevelopment project,” said John Hayes, Regency Centers’ VP construction. “During the redevelopment, we worked with all of our tenants who remained open during the two construction phases. The center’s tenant mix features national and regional retailers along with large anchor tenants including Sprouts Farmers Market and 24 Hour Fitness.”