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Acquisitions: Proven Capabilities and Relationships Help RED Development Complete Timely Acquisitions

With strong access to both lending and capital partners, RED Development is an active acquirer of select retail and mixed-use properties in attractive markets. Building on its much-admired development history, RED now also deploys its well-honed set of property valuation, management and marketing skills to make strategic acquisitions that strengthen its portfolio. Four transactions exemplify RED’s approach: The Shops at Hilton Village, Woodbury Lakes, Aspen Place at the Sawmill, and the Chandler 101 Centers. READ MORE

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Development: CityScape Transforms Downtown Phoenix

RED Development stepped up to a company-defining challenge starting in 2005, when it entered discussions with the City of Phoenix regarding the empty, distressed core of the city’s emerging, new downtown. Framed by two, high-profile professional sports venues – the Arizona Diamondbacks’ home at Chase Field and Talking Stick Resort Arena, home of the Phoenix Suns – as well as the convention center, ASU’s 10,000-student downtown campus and more, were two surface lots and an uninviting, seldom-used public park. READ MORE

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Management PLUS: Taking Management to the Next Level

RED Development takes a multi-dimensional approach to third party management by integrating and collaboratively using its expertise in leasing, development, construction management, operations, marketing, accounting, and capital markets to significantly increase value. RED manages and leases every property like an Owner - the primary focus is on maximum value creation. READ MORE

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Public-Private Partnerships: Red Projects are Economic Engines for Lee's Summit, MO

Lee's Summit, MO, an affluent community in suburban Kansas City, lacked appealing shopping and dining options for local residents. According to the Lee’s Summit Economic Development Council, the community was losing an estimated $2 million in sales tax leakage before RED Development delivered the game-changing, 794,000 square foot retail project – SummitWoods Crossing – in 2001. In 2009 RED met the overflow demand from SummitWoods Crossing with a second project for the city, Summit Fair, a 602,000 square foot, all-outdoor center anchored by two department stores. READ MORE


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