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  • Regency Centers Plans Kings Park Shopping Center Expansion

    The Washington, D.C., retail sector is enjoying a good 2014. The steady job creation and strengthening sales activity have encouraged local retailers to expand. And Regency Centers, a national owner and developer of grocery-anchored shopping centers, is doing just that. The company announced on Monday, June 16, one of its shopping centers in Northern Virginia will be getting an updated facelift, enhanced common areas and structural expansion.

    Washington Dc 20 June 2014 23:00

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