Primestor's development track record of detailed architecture,effective public-private partnerships, highly desirable tenants, generous on-site amenities and extensive Community outreach has made the company a leader in the Real Estate Development industry.

Primestor projects under development include project sites in urban communities ranging from Bell Gardens in California to Morgan Park in Chicago, Illinois. Each project is carefully selected by the company as Primestor's Community developments feature intensive outreach and attention to detail. In partnership with Community stakeholders, municipalities and institutional investors, Primestor's projects become regional and local gathering spaces for the neighborhoods they serve. Primestor oversees the leasing, asset and property management of many of the centers it develops and prides itself in bringing national credit tenants combined with neighborhood entrepreneurs to underserved areas.

For development inquiries please contact:

Leandro Tyberg
(310) 652-1177

In Development

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Project Snapshot

Address: 100 S. Springville Drive, Camarillo CA 93010
Type of Development: Regional Shopping Center


Amara incorporates a Spanish design with hints of a Moorish influence to create an “old world” setting that will provide a romantic and relaxing atmosphere for visitors. Elements such as red tile roofs, smooth stucco siding, arches and wrought iron details will be complemented by an open air plaza, landscape, fountains, cafes, valet service and public amenities that will include a built-in speaker system and wi-fi.

Olivo at Mission Hills

Project Snapshot

Address: 10310 Sepulveda Boulevard
Mission Hills, CA 91345
Type of Development: Repositioning Existing Shopping Center


Primestor purchased Mission Hills Plaza, a 14-acre property, in 2007 for a potential redevelopment opportunity. Plans for redevelopment of the center are now being formalized with the possible addition of new national credit tenants, a revamped façade with improvements to the exterior of the center and a possible realignment of center entrances and parking flow.

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