RGI was asked to design a new 18,335 SF mixed-use retail center to attract top notch retailers and customers with interesting design components.
Shopping centers are typically pretty straightforward and cookie cutter because the focus is on cost with little to no regard for design. However, the client for Germantown Station, Gill Properties, wanted to attract reputable retailers and a strong clientele base to the property with RGI’s help despite very realistic budget parameters.
After listening to what Gill Properties valued and was trying to achieve, RGI was able to incorporate innovative design elements to attract retailers and customers, while also improving the client’s bottom line and ROI.
RGI balanced the client’s needs and wants with creative and effective design elements. The key was to blend innovative design with proven construction methods to maintain a cost effective approach.
By developing a visually appealing, high quality shopping center, Gill Properties was able to fill vacancies with quality tenants in a soft economy.
As we continue to navigate through the challenges posed by COVID-19, we’d like to share an update on how Renaissance Group is responding.
In an effort to reduce risk and prioritize well-being, we are encouraging our team members to work remotely, and moving all in-person meetings to online conference calls. We have done this with more than half our staff for a week thus far. We are fortunate that our communications and work solutions allow for remote access without any concerns. Our work on your projects will not stop. Even working remotely, we will be able to continue to meet deadlines and provide you with the best service possible. We will also continue to be accessible through email, phone and text, and our office phones will be forwarded to our cell phones.
In transparency, please be aware that there may be delays beyond our control in dealing with governmental approvals and things of that nature. We will be in communication with you immediately if we learn your project will be affected. We continue to monitor communications from both local and federal health officials and we take every warning and direction seriously. For more information about the virus, please visit www.cdc.gov.
We are in this together, and we are here to help navigate these unprecedented times.