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Fort Worth, Texas-based Trademark Properties Co. will develop two new Market Street concept town centers in Lewisville and Allen, Texas. The 665,000-square-foot Market Street-Lewisville and the 600,000-square-foot Montgomery Farm in Allen will open in 2007.

Poag & McEwen Lifestyle Centers hired David Selberg as vice president of finance. Formerly of ResortQuest International, he will maintain relations with financial institutions.

The St. Louis Cardinals chose the Cordish Co. to design the mixed-use Ballpark Village in St. Louis near a new baseball stadium. Plans for the project have yet to be finalized but will include retail, office, residential and an expanded Cardinals Museum.

The Jerde Partnership hired Michael Friedlander as CEO. An attorney and former RhythmRadio CEO, Friedlander will be responsible for the company's global business strategy.

Lewis Retail Centers, part of the Lewis Group of Cos., named Keith Peterson director of retail project development. Peterson was formerly construction manager of Regency Centers.

McLean, Va.-based retail development and property manager Rappaport Cos. has hired Charles Smith as executive vice president. Smith will form the company's new retail brokerage division.

Sperry Van Ness promoted Kevin Maggiacomo to vice president of the firm's national advisor organization. The company also named Matthew Fitch as regional director of the Eastern region and Rod Santomassimo as regional director for the South.

Forest City California has begun construction on the 1 million-square-foot mixed-use Orchard Town Center in Westminster, Colo. Foley's, JCPenney and AMC Theatre as well as 500 housing units and office space will anchor the project. Phase I is slated for completion by fall 2006.

Bass Pro Shops will open its first California store at Poag & McEwen Lifestyle Center's new 700,000-square-foot Promenade Shops at Orchard Falls in Manteca. The store and center are slated to open in fall 2007.

MacFarlane Partners, a real estate investment manager that specializes in urban development and redevelopment, has hired Jeff Mills as its senior vice president of asset management. Mills was formerly director of asset management and acquisitions for UBS Realty Investors.

Centex Construction hired Jeff George as its division vice president. George was formerly with Hardin Construction. Centex also has named Wanda Dunaway as its director of business development for the Atlanta office.

Healstone Investment Real Estate hired Chris Moses to head its new retail investment division.The company hopes to list more than $250 million in assets by the end of this year. Moses formerly worked for Moses Tucker Real Estate in Little Rock, Ark.

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