Reininga Corporation was founded in 1967 by John H. Reininga, Jr. The Company has developed more than five million square feet of commercial space in the western states, primarily shopping centers. The company's most notable projects are Paseo Nuevo, a 450,000 square foot redevelopment project in downtown Santa Barbara anchored by Nordstrom and Macy's; and Corte Madera Town Center, a 425,000 square foot mixed-use redevelopment project anchored by Safeway, Rite Aid, Crate & Barrel, and The Container Store. The project includes 75,000 SF of integrated office space.
Reininga Corporation is known for its ability to obtain entitlements in highly sensitive communities. In addition to Santa Barbara and Corte Madera, the Company also earned permission to build shopping centers in San Francisco and Napa.
Reininga Corporation believes that good planning and architecture is important to the success of its shopping centers. The Company has won coveted industry design awards on three of its projects.
Reininga Corporation has a long history of working with prominent retailers, and on many occasions these retailers have asked The Company to assist in the entitlement and development process.
Reininga Corporation’s projects are tailored to fit the unique market they serve. In every aspect of development, from planning and design through leasing and financing, Reininga Corporation has proven itself to be a creative company, presenting original and practical solutions to each project’s challenges.