BUILDING CLASS A SHOPPING CENTERS


Throughout Arizona since 1983

35,000

local jobs

200

building projects

30M

community investment

30+

years of excellence

Pederson’s wide array of centers feature upscale and enjoyable environments for shoppers, and high-profit opportunities for its growing assortment of retail tenants.

Developing, revitalizing, leasing & managing quality grocery anchored shopping centers

With 27 retail properties totaling more than 5,000,000 square feet, Pederson provides multiple leasing opportunities for national, regional and local retailers.

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Building Positive Community Assets


Through the years, The Pederson Group has been widely recognized for its professional expertise in creating and managing grocery-anchored developments that create jobs, revitalize neighborhoods and make positive contributions to Arizona’s overall economy.

Specifically designed to complement the neighborhood or trade area in which they are located, these retail developments often incorporate public contributions such as art work, public gathering places, entertainment venues, and other nuances that add to the retail shopping environment and become positive public assets.

One of the company’s specialties is integrating retail projects into upscale master-planned residential communities. Located in several of the Valley’s higher income areas, these retail centers require a great deal of neighborhood involvement and cooperation before construction is even initiated. Placing a high priority on providing high-quality retail services without being intrusive to the community, The Pederson Group’s senior management team works closely with local officials and civic leaders, community developers and nearby residents to make certain that each center meets the needs of its most important constituents – the residents of the trade area.

Active Pederson Projects Property developed by Pederson Inc.

Amazon-Whole Foods: A year later, what has changed?

06-11-2018Sarah Halzack of the LA Times

One year ago this week, Amazon.com loudly declared its intention to become a grocery industry heavyweight by agreeing to buy Whole Foods Market.

The $13.7-billion deal practically guaranteed sweeping change in a segment of the retail world that hadn't yet felt the sting of e-commerce. By marrying Amazon's digital prowess and appetite for price-cutting with Whole Foods' well-established perishables supply chain and network of stores, it seemed a trip to Whole Foods or a tap of the Amazon app was about to become ground zero of food-shopping innovation — and a top choice for customers.

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