Cafaro Company

Cafaro Company

Infobox Company
name = Cafaro Company

type = private
foundation = 194x
founder = William M. Cafaro
location_city = Youngstown, Ohio
location_country = USA
area_served = USA
key_people =
industry = Retail
services = Shopping center management
owner =
num_employees =
homepage =

Cafaro Company is an American company which owns several retail shopping centers throughout the United States. Based in Youngstown, Ohio, it is the largest privately owned shopping center development and management company in the United States.cite web |url= |title= Cafaro's Next Generation |accessdate=2008-06-04 |last=Shearin |first=Randall |year=2006 |month=May |work=Shopping Center Business]

Cafaro Company began in the 1940s. William M. Cafaro and his brother John began developing grocery stores for Kroger, and later moved on to developing shopping centers. The two brothers managed the non-grocery tenants in the centers they developed. In 1965, they opened their first regional mall property.

In the 1980s, Target Corporation asked Cafaro to develop centers for them in the Pacific Northwest.

The company manages more than convert|34000000|sqft|m2 of commercial real estate throughout the United States. [ [ Cafaro ] ] Anthony Cafaro, Sr., is president and CEO of the Cafaro Company, and his sons Anthony Jr. and William A. are vice presidents.

Enclosed mall properties


External links

* [ Official website]

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