The Oshawa Centre project is an expansion and renovation of the 1.25 million square foot shopping centre. This redevelopment added 60 new retail stores, two full-service restaurants, another 1,000-seat expansion to the food court, and overall aesthetic upgrade to other common areas.
This year is all about celebrations!
DESIGNCORP International is reaching a milestone of 35 years as a company this year. We have been operating around the world and have fostered relationships with our clients, which span continents. We continue to grow and change and hope to conquer new markets and take part in exciting new projects!
We’re very excited to announce that Milenna Crespo has become a full partner of DESIGNCORP International as of this July. Milenna has been with our company for 15 years and we are so glad she is a part our family!
Milenna Crespo has been working in design and architecture since graduating from Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo PUC –Campinas in 1994. Part of DESIGNCORP International since 2001, Milenna is a natural leader and communicator, and has thus far used her enthusiasm and skill to run DESIGNCORP International’s São Paulo office.
Milenna has been the president of the Brazil office, and now has become a full partner of the global operation.
Hilda Kopff, our CEO and founder of DESIGNCORP International has been planning and designing shopping centres, mixed-use projects, cinemas and retail spaces since 1967. Her passion for design, travel and personal relationships has caused her career and life to flourish as she took her talents around the globe.
The recipient of numerous awards for excellence in design, Hilda is a natural leader, communicator and design #enthusiast. Her golden touch and sound instincts have helped lead many projects and companies to ultimate success. She founded DESIGNCORP International in 1981.
Jorge Lizan, managing Director of Lizan Retail Advisors published an interview with our president, Jeremy McMullin though LinkedIn. Jeremy is quoted saying:
Mixed-use projects are an excellent way to capitalize on good sites and to extract maximum value from a piece of land. By utilizing vertical space, shopping centers can exist on the ground plane, creating the public threshold and the primary gateway to a multitude of vertical uses such as offices, residences, hotels, etc. In any mixed-use project, the integrity of the retail is critical because it is the dominant human scale experience.
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