SERITAGE Realty Trust, LLC is a nationwide developer of commercial real estate. Our portfolio contains over 200 properties, located in 33 states and totals over 18 Million SF.

Our strategic objective is to provide access to mature suburban and urban markets for quality retailers, office tenants, and other commercial uses in tailored redevelopment projects. The trades area surrounding our properties contain some of the highest demographic characteristics in the industry with an average of 233,000 people living in a 5-mile radius and a median household income of over $71,000.

We are engaged in the redevelopment of four primary asset classes:

STRIP CENTERS - Properties that contain large-format multiple tenancies in an open air retail environment with quality co-tenants and superior access and visibility.

MULTI-TENANT PADS - Properties that sit on the ring-road of dominant regional malls and allow for multiple inline retailers to access significant consumer traffic.

BOX SPLITS - Properties attached to dominant regional malls where large-format retailers may find suitable space in high barrier-to-entry markets.

FREE-STANDING PADS - Properties that can accommodate a traditional net lease user on an outparcel format near high-traffic intersections in top-tier submarkets.


Nordstrom Rack announces a new store at the Seritage redevelopment in Thousand Oaks, CA.  The company will open a 42,000 SF location adjacent to a renovated Sears full line store, which will be reconfigured to contain a total of 162,000 SF of retail space.

Seritage begins the approvals process for a shop and restaurant expansion area in Hialeah, Florida.  The property anchors the Westland Mall and has achieved strong tenant demand for an outdoor retail district. 

Aldi to join a Seritage redevelopment property in Hackensack, New Jersey with the construction of a new 17,000 sf store.


Nordstrom Rack announces a new store at the Seritage redevelopment in Anchorage, Alaska.  The company will open a 35,000 SF location adjacent to a renovated Sears full line store at The Mall at Sears.  Complementing the redevelopment, the project will also contain retail shop space at the property, which occupies one of the highest volume traffic intersections in the state of Alaska.