General Growth Properties Inc.    



110 N Wacker Dr.

Chicago, IL 60606-1511

United States

(312) 960-5000

Company description

General Growth Properties Inc. was founded by Martin, Maurice and Matthew Bucksbaum in 1964 and was incorporated in Delaware in 1986. Headquartered in Chicago, Ill., the company operates as a self-administered and self-managed real estate investment trust (REIT). The company's main line of business is ownership interest in, or management responsibility for, over 200 regional shopping malls in 43 states as well as ownership in master planned communities and commercial office buildings. Some of the company's retail tenants include Eyemaster, Banana Republic, GNC, Gap, Godiva Chocolatier, Olive Garden, RadioShack, Hallmark and Starbucks. On April 16, 2009, the company filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of Title 11 of the United States Code. On April 22, 2009, certain additional domestic subsidiaries of the company also filed voluntary petitions for relief. However, neither General Growth Management Inc., which conducts the management activities of joint ventures, nor any of the company's joint ventures have sought such protection. On April 16, 2009 and May 21, 2009, respectively, the company's common stock was suspended from trading, and then de-listed, from the New York Stock Exchange. On April 17, 2009, the company's common stock began trading on the over the counter market referred to as the Pink Sheet Electronic Quotation Service.

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Moving Up
AZ Daily Star; March 4, 2018; 682 words
...for Miraval Arizona. She has also served as director of marketing for RED Development LLC and worked with General Growth Properties for 13 years in corporate and regional roles including group vice president of marketing, marketing director...
New Whole Foods Store to Open in Kakaako by June
Honolulu Star - Advertiser; February 20, 2018; 608 words
...iwi, or Native Hawaiian remains, followed by the recession and later the bankruptcy of former developer General Growth Properties.The new location, on the site of the former Office Depot and Nordstrom Rack, will be blocks away from...
How Much Pain Will the Bon-Ton Bankruptcy Cause for the Mall Sector?
National Real Estate Investor (Online Exclusive); February 15, 2018; 700+ words the latest round of closings, according to a review of properties slated for closure. Chicago-based General Growth Properties does own at least one property on the closure list, however, at the Fox River Mall in Appleton, Wisc...
Would Forest City Agree to a Brookfield Deal?
National Real Estate Investor (Online Exclusive); February 12, 2018; 700+ words
...S. Equity REIT Index was trading at a median discount of 5.1 percent. Meanwhile, regional mall REIT General Growth Properties, another potential Brookfield acquisition target, has been trading at around a 17 percent discount to NAV...
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Live Design (Online Exclusive); February 7, 2018; 700+ words
...also continues to win prestigious assignments for children-focused projects, including a development with General Growth Properties in partnership with Chicago Children's Museum, and exhibits at the Children's Museum of Illinois and...
10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (January 30, 2018)
National Real Estate Investor (Online Exclusive); January 31, 2018; 700+ words
...21 billion in retail sales annually. So-called A malls owned by the likes of Simon Property Group, General Growth Properties, Macerich and Westfield have little to no vacancy today." (CNBC) Aging Population Driving Medical Office...
Restaurants, Retail Had a Merry Holiday Season despite E-Commerce Growth
Restaurant Hospitality (Online Exclusive); January 5, 2018; 700+ words
...operators shift their emphasis to food and experience-driven businesses to drive foot traffic. Mall operator General Growth Properties, for example, has reportedlyfiled a plan to replace a Macy's in the San Francisco Bay area with a mix...
Why Is Unibail-Rodamco Buying Westfield?
National Real Estate Investor (Online Exclusive); December 14, 2017; 700+ words
...throughout Europe, but not in the U.S., comes after another recent attempt for a takeover in the sector. General Growth Properties Inc. (GGP) recently rejected a bid by Brookfield Property Partners, which has a large minority stake in the...

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