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SITC - SITE Centers Corp
-0.03(-0.22%)9:00:01 PM 12/2/2022
SITE Centers Corp. is a publicly traded real estate investment trust that invests in shopping centers. Founded in 1965 by Bert Wolstein, the company is headquartered in Beachwood, Ohio. As of December 31, 2019 the company owned interests in 170 shopping centers in the United States containing 57.0 million square feet and managed 13.2 million square feet for Retail Value Inc. Notable properties wholly owned by the company include Shopper's World in Framingham, Massachusetts. SITE Centers was founded in 1965 by Bert Wolstein as Developers Diversified Realty, Inc. After two years, the company built its first property, a KMart store in Eastlake, Ohio. On February 12, 1993 Developers Diversified Realty, Inc. became a public company after making its initial public offering. Two years later the company acquired ten power centers from Homart Development Company during that company's acquisition by GGP Inc. In 1998, the company acquired a portfolio of nine properties in Salt Lake City for $300 million. In 2002 the company acquired JDN Realty Corporation for $436 million in stock. In February 2011 the company's executive chairman, Scott Wolstein, resigned, and the company was renamed to DDR Corp. that September. In December the company sold Town Center Plaza to Glimcher Realty Trust in exchange for Polaris Towne Center.
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