Coreland Companies, a Southern California-based leading real estate management and brokerage firm, has expanded its portfolio into Northern California with the recent addition of for four management assignments.
Among the new properties, Coreland is providing real estate management on behalf of existing client Watt Companies for Southport Town Center in Sacramento, Green Valley Crossing in Fairfield and Lathrop Marketplace in Lathrop.
“Over the years we have managed several properties in Northern California and now we are excited to be overseeing a portfolio in the region,” said Principal Pat Galentine. “We have an excellent team in place to manage these assets and look forward to growing our presence alongside our clients.”
Southport Marketplace is a 245,630-square-foot upscale neighborhood shopping center in West Sacramento. The property is anchored by Nugget Market and Target, and features a strong combination of national and regional co-tenants.
As the main grocery-anchored shopping center serving Southern Fairfield, Green Valley Crossing is a 171,898-square-foot retail property anchored by Safeway, CVS ad TJ Maxx. Co-tenants include La-Z-Boy, Round Table Pizza, Anytime Fitness and various local restaurants and services.
Lathrop Marketplace is a two-phase development anchored by Target in the heart of the Manteca, Tracy, Stockton region.
For more than 30 years Coreland Companies has been a trusted commercial real estate partner to variety of private and institutional clients. With specialized expertise in the management and leasing of retail properties, Coreland teams oversee a portfolio of more than 10 million square feet.