The Lerner Retail portfolio includes regional shopping malls, lifestyle/power centers, neighborhood centers, and mixed-use developments throughout the D.C. metropolitan region. We partner with leading retail, dining and entertainment companies to create vibrant destinations that are the focal points of their communities.
White Flint is home to Lord & Taylor, and situated in the heart of Montgomery County, one of the most affluent counties in the nation. White Flint is located on Rockville Pike, one of the best known commercial corridors in the Washington Metropolitan area. White Flint is just two blocks south of the White Flint Metro Station.
Located off I-270 in Germantown, Maryland, Black Hill Germantown is a 75-acre planned mixed-use development that will feature 1.3 million square feet of office, residential and hotel projects. The development is located in Montgomery County, Maryland, one of the nation's most affluent and populous counties.
The Grove at Gainesville is a planned mixed-use project with over 1,000,000 square feet of retail, entertainment, hotel, and office space in an Open-Air Main Street Town Center setting. The development is located in Prince William County, Virginia, one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, and is located at the intersection of Interstate 66 and Virginia Route 29. The Grove at Gainesville will be an ideal destination for shopping, business, and tourism and is centrally located to all of Northern Virginia's employment and residential areas.
Adjacent to Reston Town Center in the heart of Reston’s vibrant downtown, this highly popular lifestyle center will be transformed into a vibrant mixed-use development featuring over 700,000 square feet of commercial and retail space and over 1,400 residential units.
Ideally situated adjacent to the Tysons Corner Metro Station in the renowned Tysons II master plan, this 11-acre parcel, arguably the finest development opportunity on the East Coast, will feature approximately 2 million square feet of high-end office, hospitality and retail real estate in the heart of Tysons.
When it opened in 1962, Wheaton Plaza was the largest shopping mall in the Washington, D.C. area and the sixth-largest in the country. It is the first suburban mall in Montgomery County, Maryland, one of the wealthiest counties in the country.
Home to over 300 specialty and department stores, celebrated restaurants and eateries, all within walking distance of Tysons II
In partnership with Homart Development Company, the former real estate subsidiary of Sears Roebuck, Lerner opened Tysons Galleria in Tysons II in 1988. The Galleria quickly established itself as the premier luxury shopping destination in the region.