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Seritage Growth Properties is a self-administered and self-managed retail REIT with 230 wholly owned properties and 28 joint venture properties totaling more than 40 million square feet of space across 49 states and Puerto Rico.
  • 6/22/2020

    Seritage Sees Its Breadth and Diversity of Assets as Key Benefit Post-Pandemic

    CEO Benjamin Schall says the differentiator allows Seritage to find constructive buyers.

  • REITs in the Community: Response to Coronavirus

    See how Nareit member companies are working to minimize disruption caused by COVID-19.

  • 12/20/2019

    Seritage Making “Significant Progress” on Diversifying Non-Sears Rental Income

    CEO Benjamin Schall says REIT “making good inroads” into mixed-use arena.



  • 7/11/2019

    Seritage CEO Sees “Significant Opportunity” in Large Scale and Mixed-Use Development

    Benjamin Schall says REIT has prioritized assets with potential for significant densification.

  • Nareit’s 2018 Top 10 Content: Videos

    Take another look at’s top 10 news articles, podcasts, magazine stories, and market commentaries.


  • 12/3/2018

    Seritage Says 70% of Signed Lease Income Coming from Non-Sears Tenants

    CEO Benjamin Schall sees continued focus on intensive redevelopment.

  • 1/2/2018

    Seritage CEO Says Leasing Activity Accelerated in 2017

    CEO Benjamin Schall says Seritage boosting existing Sears rents more than four-fold.

  • 7/27/2017

    Retail REITs in Adaptation Mode

    Negative news about store closings have cast a shadow over the business of retail REITs. But regional mall and shopping center REITs face the challenge with an air of resilience and, for some, even optimism.

  • 6/12/2017

    Seritage Expected to Approach $1 Billion in New Development by Year-End

    CEO Benjamin Schall says company continuing to diversify away from Sears.

  • 4/10/2017

    Retail REIT CEOs Address Shifts in Sector

    Disruption in the retail market was a major theme among executives and investors at the NYU Schack Institute’s April 6 real estate symposium.