Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield SE is a European commercial real estate company headquartered in Paris, France. Its history originates with the formation of two separate shopping centre operators and Rodamco Europe, which merged in 2007 and became a societas Europaea in 2009; the company merged with the Australian shopping centre operator Westfield Corporation, created by the split of Westfield Group, in 2018. As of 2018, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield is the largest commercial real estate company in Europe, is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index, its portfolio consists of retail property, office buildings, convention centers within Europe and North America. Many of its shopping centres use the Westfield brand launched by Westfield Group in 1960 and shared with Scentre Group for properties in Australia and New Zealand since 2014. Retail properties owned by Unibail-Rodamco. Unibail was founded in 1968 as a finance-leasing unit by a company called Worms & Cie. In 1991, Unibail started focusing on the property investment sector, phased out involvement in lease financing.
It built a property portfolio of close to 30 shopping centres across France – including the Forum des Halles and the arcade within CNIT – and substantial office properties in Paris and La Défense – including the Tour Ariane and the Paris Expo group of convention centres. Rodamco Europe formed in 1999 when Rodamco, a property investment fund set up by the Dutch asset management group Robeco in 1979, broke up into various independent listed companies covering different parts of the world. Rodamco Europe subsequently collected a portfolio consisting of shopping centres and other retail spaces across 14 European countries, along with some office property in France and the Netherlands, acquiring smaller European rivals in the process. On April 10, 2007, Rodamco Europe announced an agreement to conduct a merger of equals with Unibail to create the largest publicly traded property company in Europe; the merger was confirmed on June 21, 2007, after Unibail announced the acquisition of 80% of Rodamco's shares, making its offer for the remainder unconditional.
The merged entity took effect as a société anonyme under the new name Unibail-Rodamco on June 25, 2007. On June 1, 2011, Unibail-Rodamco hired former FNAC CEO Christophe Cuvillier as the new COO. In collaboration with CEO and Chairman of the Board Guillaume Poitrinal, he led the company to five years of growth in spite of tough economic conditions. In May 2015, Unibail revealed it had signed an agreement with the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to sell its 46.1% stake in German shopping mall operator MFI AG for €394 million. In December 2017, Unibail took over Westfield Corporation, which operates 35 shopping centres in the US and the UK, for a reported price of US$24.8 billion. The Australian shopping centres branded as Westfield and held by Scentre were not acquired by Unibail; the deal was completed in June 2018, the shopping centres owned by Unibail-Rodamco before the merger had their names modified to have the Westfield brand. Christophe Cuvillier – Group Chief Executive Officer Jaap L. Tonckens – Group Chief Financial Officer Astrid Panoysan – Group Chief Resources Officer Olivier Bossard – Group Chief Development Officer Jean-Marie Tritant – President Michel Dessolain – Chief Operating Officer Peter Miller – Chief Operating Officer Fabrice Mouchel – Chief Financial Officer Gerard Sieben – Chief Financial Officer Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has a 100% free float.
The following represents the shareholder structure as of October 31, 2012: APG Asset Management – 9.9% Amundi AM – 4.2% Northern Cross – 3.6% BlackRock – 3.2% State Street Global Advisors – 3.09% Other – 76.2% Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield is listed in several indexes, including: FTSE4Good Dow Jones Sustainability Index Advanced Sustainability Performance Eurozone Index Ethibel Sustainability Index ECPI Index STOXX® Global ESG Leaders Index Standard Ethics French Index Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield is rated A by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings. In 2015, Standard Ethics Aei has given a rating to Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield in order to include it in its Standard Ethics French Index. To conceive and design its buildings, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield works with high-end architectural firms like Thomas Mayne of Morphosis firm, Herzog & de Meuron, RIADH group, the firm Architecture Farshid Moussavi, Cuno & Jean Brullmann Crochon-Luc, Jean-Paul Viguier, Epstein & Glaiman / Recevki Architecture, Araldo Cossutta & Ponte, Arte-Charpentier.
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Broward County, Florida
Broward County is a county in the southeastern part of the U. S. state of Florida. According to a 2017 census report, the county had a population of 1,935,878, making it the second-most populous county in Florida and the 15th-most populous county in the United States; the county seat is Fort Lauderdale. Broward County is one of the three counties in South Florida that make up the Miami metropolitan area, home to an estimated 6,158,824 people in 2017; the county is home to 31 municipalities, which consist of 24 incorporated cities and many unincorporated areas. It is Florida's seventh-largest county in terms of land area, with 1,322.8 square miles. Broward County's urbanized area occupies 427.8 square miles of land. The largest portion of the county is the Conservation Area that extends west to border Collier County; the conservation area is 796.9 square miles and consists of wetlands, much of which are part of the Everglades National Park. At its widest points, the County stretches 50.3 miles east to west and 27.4 miles from north to south, averaging 5 to 25 feet in elevation.
The earliest evidence of Native American settlement in the Miami region came from about 12,000 years ago. The first inhabitants settled on the banks of the Miami River, with the main villages on the northern banks; the inhabitants at the time of first European contact were the Tequesta people, who controlled much of southeastern Florida, including what is now Miami-Dade County, Broward County, the southern part of Palm Beach County. The Tequesta Indians fished and gathered the fruit and roots of plants for food, but did not practice any form of agriculture, they buried the small bones of the deceased with the rest of the body, put the larger bones in a box for the village people to see. The Tequesta are credited with making the Miami Circle. Although the area has been settled since about 1400 B. C. Broward County was founded on April 30, 1915, it was intended to be named Everglades County, but then-Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Ion Farris amended the bill that established the county to name it in honor of Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, governor of Florida from 1905 to 1909.
Throughout his term as governor, Broward championed Everglades drainage and was remembered for his campaign to turn the Everglades into “useful land”. This opened up much of today's urban Broward County for development, first as agricultural land and as residential. A year before Broward became governor, Dania became the first incorporated community of what is now Broward County, followed by Pompano in 1908, Fort Lauderdale in 1911. In 1915, Palm Beach County and Dade County contributed nearly equal portions of land to create Broward County. Dixie Highway was completed through Broward County in 1915. In 1916, the settlement of "Zona" was renamed Davie in recognition of Robert P. Davie, a land developer who purchased a great deal of reclaimed Everglades land. Broward County began a huge development boom after its incorporation, with the first "tourist hotel", in Fort Lauderdale, opening in 1919. A year developers began dredging wetlands in the county to create island communities. 1925 was considered the peak of the Florida land boom with Davie, Deerfield and Hollywood all being incorporated.
By 1925, the boom was considered to have reached its peak, but a 1926 hurricane caused economic depression in the county. In 1926, the Hollywood Seminole Indian Reservation (formerly "Dania Reservation" was opened. In 1927, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea was incorporated. In 1928, the Bay Mabel Harbor was opened. In 1929, Merle Fogg Airport was dedicated. In 1939, Hillsboro Beach was incorporated. Gulfstream Park opened in Hallandale in 1939; the county saw another population and development boom post-World War II when the transformation from agricultural to urbanized residential area began. In 1947, Pompano merges with beach area to form the present day City of Pompano Beach. There was another boom between the late 1960s. In 1953, Lazy Lake, Florida|Lazy Lake]], Fern Crest Village were incorporated. In 1955, Margate and Miramar were incorporated. In 1956, Lighthouse Point was incorporated and the Florida Turnpike was completed through Broward County. In 1957, Pembroke Park was incorporated. In 1959, Cooper City and Sea Ranch Lakes were incorporated.
In 1960, the City of Pembroke Pines was incorporated. This same year marked the opening of Broward College. In 1961, Lauderdale Lakes and Sunrise were incorporated. In 1963, the cities of Coral Springs, North Lauderdale and Tamarac were all incorporated. In 1967, Coconut Creek was incorporated; the effects of a national recession hit the county in 1974 and the population growth slowed. This is from a peak growth percentage change of 297.9% which saw the population of Broward grow from 83,933 as of 1950 to 333,946 in 1960. The population subsequently experienced an 85.7% population growth which brought the population to a total of 620,100 in 1970. The structure of the Broward County government was signed into law in 1975 with the passage of the Broward County charter. In the same year, the Seminole Tribe of Florida incorporated as a governing entity and began organizing cigarette sales and land leases that will bring millions of dollars in annual revenue in years. In 1976, Interstate 95 was completed through Broward County.
On January 19, 1977, snow fell in South Florida for the first time in recorded history. Snow was seen across all of South Florida as far south as Homestead and on Miami Beach. Snow was reported by weather observers in West Palm Beach, LaBelle and Royal P
RTKL was a global architecture and design firm. The firm was founded in 1946 by Archibald Rogers and Francis Taliaferro in Rogers’ grandmother’s basement in Annapolis and grew to be one of the largest architectural firms in the world prior to its acquisition by Arcadis NV in 2007. In October 2015, RTKL was formally merged with another Arcadis subsidiary, Seattle-based Callison, to form CallisonRTKL headquartered in Baltimore."RTKL" comes from the initials of the initial members: Rogers Taliaferro Kostritsky Lamb. The firm was founded by Archibald Rogers in his grandmother’s basement in Annapolis. Francis Taliaferro joined shortly afterwards. In 1949, the pair hired Charles Lamb, whose design for the Anne Arundel County Girl Scouts Teepee Lodge gained the firm national attention by winning an award from the American Institute of Architects. Rogers and Taliaferro's reputation grew when, in 1954, internationally renowned architect Pietro Belluschi selected the firm as his associate architect for the design of the Church of the Redeemer in Baltimore.
The project received an AIA Award of Merit and, in 1986, a special 25-Year Award from the AIA's Baltimore Chapter. In 1956, Lamb was made a partner in the firm, which changed its name to Rogers and Lamb; the addition of urban design specialist George Kostritsky in 1961 completed the foursome, the “Rogers, Taliaferro and Lamb” name was condensed to “RTKL”. In that same year RTKL was commissioned to design the public spaces for the Charles Center, which contributed to Baltimore’s urban renewal movement; because of the success of this involvement, the firm was commissioned to develop downtown plans for Cincinnati, Hartford and Charlotte, North Carolina, among other US cities. The firm continued to expand in opening offices across the company and overseas. RTKL grew through acquisitions. In 2000, RTKL acquired Dallas-based FDS International, a health practice ranked among the top ten in the country. In 2000, RTKL bought the Miami-based Howard Snoweiss Design Group, a design company, with an eye towards expanding its business in Latin America and the Caribbean.
In 2007, RTKL became a wholly owned subsidiary of Arcadis NV, an international company that delivers consulting, engineering, urban planning and project management services for infrastructure and buildings. In August 2010 the firm purchased Beijing-based AHS International, a practice that specialized in healthcare and medical-facility architecture. In 2011, Building Design ranked RTKL’s retail sector first in the world, its planning services third and its urban design services fifth. Edward A. Garmatz Federal Building and U. S. Courthouse, Baltimore, MD, USA Fifth Third Center, Ohio, USA Chase Financial Plaza, Ohio, USA 1991 Fairfax County Government Center, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Florida, USA Redesign of the damaged Pentagon following the September 11th attacks which occurred in 2001. Arlington, Virginia, USA North East Mall, Texas Royal Pavilion, Aldershot, UK Shanghai Museum of Science and Technology, China Chinese Museum of Film, China Principe Pio, Spain The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano, Texas New Jiang Wan Cultural Center, Shanghai China Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, Maryland, USA Silver Cross Hospital Campus, New Lenox, Illinois, USA John Radcliffe Hospital, England Westfield San Francisco, USA Community Hospital North Expansion, Indiana, USA Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan L.
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Westfield San Francisco Centre
The Westfield San Francisco Centre is an upscale, urban shopping mall located in San Francisco, managed by the Westfield Group and co-owned by Westfield and Brookfield Asset Management. It is anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's, includes a Century Theatres multiplex and a branch of San Francisco State University, it connects directly to the Powell Street transit station via an underground entrance. Developed by Sheldon Gordon the center opened in October 1991 as San Francisco Shopping Centre with 500,000 square feet of space, the then-largest Nordstrom store on the top several floors, the first spiral escalators in the United States, connecting through to the adjoining Emporium-Capwell flagship store. After a slow start, it soon became one of the top performing shopping centers in the country. In 1996, the adjoining Emporium was shuttered in the wake of Federated Department Stores' buyout of its parent, Broadway Stores; the vacated store was temporarily used as a Macy's furniture store while it renovated its Union Square flagship in 1997.
In May 1997, Urban Shopping Centers, Inc. a Real Estate Investment Trust acquired a half-interest and management of the center. This was followed by Urban's own buyout by Rodamco North America N. V. in October 2000 and Rodamco's subsequent sale to a consortium including The Westfield Group in January 2002. Westfield soon bought the rest. In 2003, Forest City, which had acquired redevelopment rights to the long-vacant Emporium store from Federated, reached an agreement with Westfield to jointly redevelop the two properties; the newly expanded mixed-use Westfield San Francisco Centre, unveiled September 28, 2006, included a Kohn Pederson Fox with Kevin Kennon as the Design Principal- designed Bloomingdale's West Coast flagship store, a nine-screen Century Theatres multiplex theater featuring 2 XD screens, a 30,000 square feet Bristol Farms gourmet supermarket, a satellite campus for San Francisco State University in its 1.5 million+ ft² of space. The redevelopment cost $440 million. Only the front facade and landmark dome of the original structure were preserved.
Upon completion of the project, Forest City became an equity partner and along with Westfield assumed responsibility for day-to-day management.. In March 2009, it was announced that Westfield San Francisco Centre shopping center was named as one of nine finalists vying for the title of “World’s Best Shopping Center” as part of the International Council of Shopping Centers Inc.’s inaugural “Best of the Best” awards. In 2011, the San Francisco Police Department considered putting a substation in the mall to prevent rampant shoplifting. Bloomingdale's Nordstrom Century Theatres & XD 9-screen multiplex Crunchyroll San Francisco State University College of Extended Learning San Francisco Bay Area portal Notes Sources Westfield San Francisco Centre Opening Fact Sheet Westfield San Francisco Centre Press Release International Council of Shopping Centers Official website
Westfield UTC known as University Towne Centre, is a one-million square-foot, outdoor shopping center in the University City community of San Diego, California built in 1977. It lies just east of La Jolla, near the University of San Diego campus, it is owned – except for the ex-Sears parcel – by the Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield. Its anchors include Nordstrom and a 14-screen Arclight Cinema. Ernest W. Hahn first proposed building UTC in 1972. Upon opening in 1977, the anchor stores were Robinson's, The Broadway, Sears. In 1984, Nordstrom, 31 new stores, new parking structures opened. In 1998, Westfield bought UTC, except for the parcel owned by Sears; that same year, the Macy’s and Robinson’s-May locations expanded. J. P. Morgan Investment bought a 50% interest in UTC. A $12 million remodel in 2007 added grassy areas, trellises with flowering vines, palm trees and fountains, according to UTC in a park-like or "European village" atmosphere, with carts, fruits and an al fresco food pavilion.” In 2008, a one-billion-dollar revitalization plan for UTC was approved by the San Diego City Council.
However, due to the Late-2000s recession, the revitalization project was put on hold for several years and reduced to $500 million, but again revised up to $600 million. In 2011, the first, $180 million phase of the revitalization commenced: the mall's food court was transformed into an indoor/outdoor Dining Terrace while the former Robinsons-May building was subdivided to house three new retailers: a large-scale Forever 21, a relocated 24 Hour Fitness, a 14-screen ArcLight Cinema, plus Tiffany, J. Crew, Tesla stores. In 2016, construction began on a 400,000-square-foot expansion on the northwest section, including: a new 144,000-square-foot Nordstrom, which opened in October 2017, with the old Nordstrom building to be repurposed or replaced a new parking garage on the west-central side; the UTC Transit Center trolley station will go in at its south end, which will be the northern terminus of the San Diego Trolley's Blue Line extension, scheduled to open in 2021. 90 new shops and services, of which about a third were open by the end of 2017 Many new restaurants were added during this period including a Shake Shack and a Javier's.
Michele Parente, restaurant critic at the San Diego Union-Tribune called UTC her favorite area for restaurants in San Diego County, noting the presence of Din Tai Fung, Sweetfin Poké, Paranà Empanadas, The Winery, Smokehouse BBQ, True Food Kitchen, a La Colombe Coffee Roasters, stating: "eating is what they're selling there now". While construction continued at the northwest of UTC, on the northeast side, Sears closed in July 2017; the Sears parcel is owned by a spinoff of Sears. Portions of the space have become Corner Bakery Cafe, Williams-Sonoma/Pottery Barn Kids, Equinox Fitness, with Crate & Barrel on an outparcel. A 23-story, 300-unit luxury apartment building is under construction at the southeast corner of the site, projected to open in 2019. Westfield UTC Official Site Ice Town Ice Skating Rink
Regal Cinemas known as Regal Entertainment Group, is an American movie theater chain headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. Regal operates the second-largest theater circuit in the United States, with over 7,307 screens in 564 theaters as of June 2016; the three main theatre brands operated by Regal Entertainment Group are Regal Cinemas, Edwards Theatres, United Artists Theatres. These chains retain their exterior signage, but most indoor branding uses the Regal Entertainment Group name and logo. Where applicable, the REG logo is used alongside the three individual brands. Most new cinema construction uses the Regal Cinemas name, although Regal has built new Edwards locations in California and Idaho. Regal has acquired several smaller chains since this merger. On December 5, 2017, it was announced that the UK theater chain Cineworld would acquire Regal for $3.6 billion. On February 27, 2018, the acquisition of Regal by Cineworld was completed, making it the second largest global cinema exhibitor behind AMC.
Regal Cinemas was established in 1989 in Knoxville, with Mike Campbell as CEO. Regal began opening larger cinemas in suburban areas. Many of these contained a more upscale look than typical theaters of the time. Regal Cinemas embarked on an aggressive expansion throughout the decade, swallowing up smaller chains as well as building new, more modern multiplexes, its largest acquisition during this original period was the 1998 combination of it and Act III Theatres, although it had acquired some smaller chains as well in the mid-1990s, including the original Cobb Theatres, RC Theatres, Cleveland-based National Theatre Corp. By 2001, Regal was overextended like many other cinema chains, went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy, it became the namesake for the theater chain in which it would be merged into with the Edwards and United Artists chains. The chain's famous "Regal Roller Coaster" policy trailer, shown before every movie shown from the early 1990s to the fall of 2004, was revived in 2010 and the current version was made in 2015, animated by The Tombras Group.
United Artists Theatres has its roots in the movie studio of the same name founded by Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, D. W. Griffith, but has always been separate from it. Joseph Schenck was brought in to become UA's president in 1924. Over time, the chain became separate from the studio and by the 1970s was part of a larger company, United Artists Communications. United Artists Theatres was purchased in the late 1940s by the Naify Brothers, who owned theatres in the San Francisco Bay Area, their company up to this time was called Golden State Theatres. About this time they acquired the San Francisco Theatres owned by Samuel H Levin; these theatres were the Balboa, Coliseum, Vogue Metro, the Harding, Coronet, opened in 1949. In 1988 UA bought the Philadelphia-based Sameric chain of about 30 locations in PA, NJ, DE; the UA Theatres main office was in San Francisco until 1988 when it was sold to TCI. Thereafter, it was relocated to Englewood, CO. UAC was an early pioneer in cable television, aggressively bought smaller regional systems.
By the end of the 1980s, John Malone's Tele-Communications, Inc. was majority owner. On February 19, 1992, TCI sold the theatre chain in a leveraged buyout led by Merrill Lynch Capital Partners Inc and UA management. Edwards Theatres was a family-owned chain in California, started in 1930 by William James Edwards Jr, it became one of California's best-known and most popular theater chains, by Edwards' death in 1997, operated about 90 locations with 560 screens. Edwards Theatres had its headquarters in California, his son, W. James Edwards III, became president and announced an ambitious expansion plan that would nearly double the company's screen count; the expansion plan gave Edwards a crushing debt load, in 2000 it filed for bankruptcy. When all three chains went into bankruptcy, investor Philip Anschutz bought substantial investments in all three companies, becoming majority owner. In March 2002, Anschutz announced plans to consolidate all three of his theatre holdings under a new parent company, Regal Entertainment Group.
Regal's Mike Campbell and UA's Kurt Hall were named co-CEOs, with Campbell overseeing the theatre operations from Regal Cinemas' headquarters in Knoxville, Kurt Hall heading up a new subsidiary, Regal CineMedia, from the UA offices in Centennial, Colorado. The Edwards corporate offices were closed. Regal and United Artists had attempted using a similar method. Investment firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Hicks, Tate & Furst announced plans to acquire Regal merge it with UA and Act III, with the new company using the Regal Cinemas name. UA dropped out of the merger, but the merger between Regal and Act III went through; as Regal consolidated the three chains, CineMedia began work on a new digital distribution system to provide a new "preshow", replacing the slides and film advertisements with digital content. NBC and Turner Broadcasting were among the first to sign on to provide content for the venture, the preshow, dubbed "The 2wenty", debuted in February 2003; the new distribution system was meant to be used for special events such as concerts.
Regal CineMedia merged with AMC Theatr
Westfield Plaza Bonita
Westfield Plaza Bonita Plaza Bonita and Westfield Shopping Town Plaza Bonita, is a shopping mall in National City, owned by the Westfield Group. Its anchor stores are JCPenney, AMC Theatres, Macy's, Target. Although it is within the boundaries of National City, the mall is associated with and takes its name from the nearby community of Bonita, California; the mall opened in 1981 anchored by JCPenney, Mervyn's, Montgomery Ward, the May Company. Westfield America, Inc. a precursor to The Westfield Group acquired the shopping center in 1994. In mid-2006, the former Wards store, the location of seasonal retailers was stripped and gutted and a new plan was announced to the public that the South end of the mall would be demolished and rebuilt; the mall opened in 1981 as the first enclosed shopping center in the area of South Bay and anchor stores like JC Penney, Mervyn's, Montgomery Ward, May Company. The original design included silver, wood designs; the entire shopping complex was stuck in the middle with a great source of two stories high, but was dismantled in mid 2002.
Westfield America, Inc. a precursor to The Westfield Group acquired the mall 1994, in 1998 appointed him to "Westfield Shopping Town Plaza Bonita", removing the name "Shoppingtown" in June 2005. In mid-2002, America Westfield shopping center, went through several phases of renovations to modernize and have a more modern and youthful design; the new design of the new mall is similar to most Westfield shopping centers. The whole mall was painted again and new ceramic tile and the food court was renovated and built in a more central place were installed; that same year a restaurant Outback Steakhouse and revitalized a part of the shopping center located near the parking lot. It was the second full restaurant to open after the Applebee's in which opened in 1993. In mid-2006, the former Wards store, dedicated for festive seasons was dismantled and a new plan was announced that the south end of the mall demolished and rebuilt serious. In 2008 the Westfield Plaza Bonita shopping center was finished being remodeled.
The new stores that opened in the part, remodeled includes Target, AMC Theatres, Borders bookstore, a new food court, parking on three levels, as well as new shops and restaurants. The new part of the mall opened on May 16, 2008. In 2008 Target, Borders, AMC, The Former Montgomery Ward Corridor opened back up. In 2011 Borders closed. JCPenney: since 1981, moved from Downtown San Diego location from 1971 to 1981 AMC Theatres: 14-screen complex since 2008 half of Montgomery Ward until June 2001, replaced Mann Theatres until 2003 Macy's: converted since 2006 Robinsons until 1993 Robinsons-May until 2006 Target: since 2008 Montgomery Ward until June 2001 Crunch Fitness: since 2012, opened as Borders Books & Music in 2008 Crunch Fitness in 2012 Nordstrom Rack: since 2011 half of Mervyn's, moved to Sweetwater Square near in 2006 John's Incredible Pizza Company: dining since 2010 Mervyn's until 2006 Otay Ranch Town Center Official Westfield Plaza Bonita website