Regency Properties Moves into South Carolina

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in county seat communities, recently acquired Fairfield Square in Winnsboro, South Carolina.  The shopping center is Regency’s first property in the state and will add an additional 105,855 square feet to Regency’s portfolio, which now includes properties in 16 states.

Fairfield Square is a grocery anchored center with several national and regional tenants such as IGA Food Store, CVS, Hibbett Sports, and Roses Express.  It is planned to spend approximately $250,000 on renovations for this center.  This center is centrally located at the intersection of US Highway 321 Bypass and West Moultrie Street, enabling the property to serve the greater Winnsboro trade area.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our footprint to Winnsboro, South Carolina,” said Jeff Howell, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer.  “We currently have a strong presence in the Midwest and Southeast and are excited to grow into more county seat communities.”

About Regency Properties

Founded in 1949, Regency Properties specializes in acquiring, renovating and managing shopping centers in small and mid-sized communities. Regency owns over 4.9 million square feet of retail shopping center space in 16 states. The company was recently awarded the National Commercial Real Estate Customer Service Award for Excellence for the fifth time in the past six years. This prestigious award, determined each year by industry analyst CEL & Associates, recognizes Regency as an industry leader in tenant satisfaction.