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Top 10 shopping center REIT companies operating in Texas:

Commercial Partners of Texas provides loans for shopping center purchase and refinances.

  1. Kimco Realty: A major player in the shopping center REIT space, Kimco owns and operates numerous open-air, grocery-anchored shopping centers across the U.S., including significant properties in Texas. They recently partnered with Big V Property Group to acquire The RIM Shopping Center in San Antonio​ (Big V Property Group)​.

  2. SITE Centers: Known for owning properties like The Marketplace at Highland Village, which was recently sold to a joint venture between Cohen & Steers and Sterling Organization​ (The Real Deal)​.

  3. Whitestone REIT: Focuses on community-centric retail centers, particularly in suburban areas within Texas and Arizona. Their portfolio includes properties in Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio​ (Real Estate Investing)​.

  4. InvenTrust Properties Corp.: This REIT has a significant presence in the Sun Belt, including Texas. They own grocery-anchored shopping centers in Austin, such as Shops at Arbor Trails and Escarpment Village​ (Real Estate Investing)​.

  5. Regency Centers: A prominent owner of shopping centers nationwide, including several in major Texas markets like Dallas and Houston.

  6. Brixmor Property Group: Manages a vast portfolio of shopping centers, including multiple properties in Texas, focusing on value-add opportunities and community needs.

  7. Phillips Edison & Company: Specializes in owning and managing grocery-anchored neighborhood shopping centers across the country, with numerous properties in Texas.

  8. Weingarten Realty Investors: Now part of Kimco Realty, Weingarten has historically had a strong portfolio of shopping centers in Texas.

  9. RPT Realty: Operates open-air shopping centers across the U.S., including several in Texas, catering to community-focused retail needs.

  10. Retail Properties of America, Inc. (RPAI): Another significant player in the retail REIT sector with various properties in Texas, contributing to the state's vibrant retail landscape.

These companies play a substantial role in managing and developing shopping centers, contributing to the retail infrastructure across Texas.


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