WHITNEY LIVINGSTON NAMED 2019 ICSC 4 UNDER 40 HONOREE

Prestigious award honors the next generation of leaders in the retail real estate industry 

DALLAS, TEXAS, May 2019 – Centennial, a national owner and developer of major shopping, dining, entertainment, and mixed-use destinations, is pleased to announce that Whitney Livingston, CRRP, Chief Operating Officer, Projects, has been selected as a 2019 ICSC 4 Under 40 honoree.

“Whitney has accomplished great things in the short time she’s been at Centennial.” Said Steven Levin, Centennial’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “In less than six months, she has positively repositioned three significant redevelopment projects and has facilitated collaboration between external partners and internal departments to create a cohesive approach for execution. I can’t think of a more deserving candidate for this honor.”

This annual award recognizes four of the brightest and most talented men and women in the retail real estate industry, not only for their professional accomplishments, but also for their outstanding reputation and contributions to the industry through ICSC volunteering, mentoring, or other ways of giving back.In addition to Whitney Livingston, the other 2019 honorees are Carren Ballenger, director of real estate at New York City-based Shake Shack Enterprises; Daniel Katz, founder and managing partner of New York City-based KPR; and Joseph M. Tichar, president & COO of New York City-based Raider Hill Advisors.

These 4 Under 40 honorees will be featured on the cover of an upcoming issue of Shopping Centers Today

About Centennial 
Centennial is a national owner and developer of major shopping, dining, entertainment, and mixed-use destinations. Rooted in retail since 1997, the company is focused on shaping the evolution of American retail by creating a superior, multifaceted shopping center experience. Centennial properties serve not only as a place of commerce, but a place of community. For more information, visit CentennialREC.com.###