Monday, July 31, 2017
Now serving as the chairman of Exeter Capital LLC, in Lutherville, Maryland, Anthony W. Deering has been managing businesses for over 40 years. Leveraging this experience, Anthony W. Deering is also a director for the Brixmor Property Group.
Headquartered in New York City, the Brixmor Property Group is a real estate investment trust company that acquires and manages properties across the country. The Brixmor Group is very specific about the types of properties it purchases and maintains strict requirements when making offers on real estate assets.
For Brixmor to consider a property, it must be located in a densely populated market area and possess the ability to increase in value through redevelopment or expansion. The property must also have a high-volume grocer that anchors the property as well as being in close proximity to other properties owned by Brixmor. Properties must also have either a single retail shop with a minimum of 75,000 square feet or be part of a portfolio of shops of a similar size.
Friday, July 21, 2017
The former Chairman of the Board and CEO of The Rouse Company, Anthony W. Deering has served in several executive capacities over the years. A Director at multiple companies, including Brixmor Property Group, Anthony W. Deering also functions as the Chairman of Exeter Capital, LLC, and a Trustee of such community institutions as Friends School of Baltimore.
A co-educational college preparatory institution, Friends School has been committed to promoting Quaker values since its establishment in 1784. Toward this end, it maintains a unique curriculum that is supplemented by its MakerSpaces, which were designed in accordance with the maker movement, an international way of thinking that promotes creativity and technological understanding.
The MakerSpaces at Friends School are designed for functionality. Due to their interchangeability, students can use them as a garage, a science lab, an art studio, or a wood shop to create, design, and test new ideas. In doing so, students have the opportunity to respond to their traditional classroom instruction in a creative way and boost their confidence.
Students are given various opportunities within the MakerSpaces based on their age. While Lower School students can use them to research subjects in which they are interested, Middle School students are given the opportunity to sew costumes and create musical instruments and Upper School students can create and prototype ideas for, among other things, small engines.