|Location||Richmond, Virginia, USA|
|Address||1420 Parham Road|
|Management||Cushman and Wakefield Thalhimer|
|Owner||Thalhimer, Rebkee Co|
|No. of stores and services||100+|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Total retail floor area||820,000 square feet (76,180.5 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
|Parking||Covered and lit parking decks|
Regency Square is an enclosed shopping mall in Richmond, Virginia, USA. Opened in 1975, the mall features a food court and more than 100 tenants, including JCPenney, Sears, and two locations of Macy's.
Regency Square opened in 1975. It was developed by Leonard Farber of Pompano Beach, FL  in conjunction with local developer E. Carlton Wilton.
At the mall's opening, anchor stores included JCPenney, Sears, Miller & Rhoads and Thalhimer's. Besides the addition of a food court in 1987, the mall remained largely unchanged. After Miller & Rhoads closed in 1990, Hecht's bought the location, along with three other former Miller & Rhoads stores in Virginia, and converted it to a Hecht's. Two years later, the Thalhimer's chain was also acquired by Hecht's, and as a result, the Thalhimer's became a second Hecht's location.
In February 2015, Thalhimer Realty Partners and The Rebkee Company, both local companies, bought Regency for 13.1 million. The new owners plan to revitalize the mall while keeping it focused on retail. 
Competition with other malls
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