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Kimco Advantage

Join a Kimco property and enjoy the many benefits that come with leasing from an experienced, well-respected, and well-capitalized property owner. We're not just your landlord - we are partners in your success.

About Kimco

Founded in 1958 and traded on the NYSE since 1991, Kimco is the nation's largest owner and operator of open-air, grocery-anchored shopping centers and mixed-use assets.

Best-In-Class Properties

We own hundreds of high-quality, well-located properties in the top U.S. markets offering prime visibility and access to consumers. With a long roster of popular national brands in our tenant base, small-shops will enjoy high levels of foot traffic generated by our strong anchor tenants.

Professional Property Management

Our properties are meticulously maintained - from the lighting to the landscaping - to create a safe and appealing environment for your customers.

Smooth Sailing

Our hands-on tenant coordination team will work with you throughout our onboarding process for a smooth transition from lease signing all the way to grand opening. Paying rent is simple, too - easily view account balances and make electronic payments with our quick and convenient tenant portal.

  • 24/7 Customer
    Service Center

    We're on call to address your concerns anytime, day or night, through our 24/7 Customer Service Center with a caller satisfaction rate of over 90%.

  • Curbside Pick-up®
    (Designated Parking)

    With designated parking for Curbside Pick-up, we've made it easy for our tenants to offer their customers a flexible and safe shopping option.

  • Kimco Advantage
    Discount Program

    We've leveraged our size and scale to secure discounts for our tenants on marketing & printing services, security, and supplies.

Financial Security

Our investment-grade credit rating and strong balance sheet ensure we have the means to finance tenant build-outs and the ability to maintain top-notch property operations through good and bad economic cycles.