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Dewberry Group currently owns and operates a portfolio of world-class mixed-use developments. The organization’s talented and inspired team brings hands-on experience in architecture & design, marketing, management, leasing and development to each of its investments.

Oyster Park Courtyard- Charleston
Oyster Park Exterior- Charleston
Oyster Park's Office- Charleston
Oyster Park's Office- Charleston
Oyster Park Cabana- Charleston
Oyster Park Pool- Charleston

Oyster ParkMount Pleasant, South Carolina

Situated in the desirable old village section of Mt. Pleasant, SC, Oyster Park is situated just minutes from both downtown Charleston, a 10 minute drive to the west, and the highly sought after and much visited beach community, Sullivan’s Island, immediately east. Oyster Park is a state of the art mixed-use project encompassing luxury multifamily residences atop boutique retail space. With another phase of retail and office beginning fourth quarter of 2021. Oyster Park will expand to nearly 500,000 sf and expand on its growing reputation as one of Charleston’s premier live, work, play communities.

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  • The white sand beaches of Sullivan’s Island are 2 miles away. Also on the island: Fort Moultrie, where a 19-year-old poet-turned-military-enlistee named Edgar Allan Poe served 13 months of active duty from 1827 to 1828.
  • Acquired in 1993, Expanded in 2003 and 2017
  • 460,000 square feet
Ortega Park Future Development - Jacksonville
Ortega Alley Future Development - Jacksonville
Ortega Park Future Development - Jacksonville

Ortega ParkJacksonville, Florida

Dewberry Group, renowned for the revitalization of best in location distressed properties across the Southeast, is transforming Jacksonville, Florida’s Roosevelt Square into a city-defining destination – again. This time, the venue’s revival is accompanied by a new name to suit its luxury: Ortega Park.

Dewberry Group acquired a much-neglected Roosevelt Mall in 1997 and redeveloped the project into a 300,000 square foot, open-air retail & lifestyle hub. Nearly a quarter century later, its success has had an undeniable impact on the surrounding culture and community.

Today, Ortega Park serves some of Jacksonville’s most established neighborhoods including Riverside, Avondale, and Ortega. Anchored by a top 10 highest grossing sales Publix, Ulta, & West Marine, Ortega Park has become one of the most frequented shopping venues in the region.

With renovations currently underway Ortega Park will grow to approximately 750,000 sf of upscale residential, office, shopping, dining, and lifestyle experiences which will be seamlessly integrated into the project and focalized by Ortega Alley – a pedestrian only area to attract the increasingly active culture surrounding the property.

Of the project, Dewberry Group President & CEO John Dewberry said, “Over two decades ago, this endeavor started as a way to revitalize an old mall complex, but it has evolved into a community gathering landmark. With this next phase, we want to ensure it continues this way for future generations.”

  • Old Ortega, which became Jacksonville’s third nationally recognized historic district in 2010, features a unique collection of circular and waterfront parks within walking distance of its commercial district and residential areas. It also boasts a storied past filled with colorful characters, from early Florida cattle cowboys and highwaymen to Gilded Age gangsters.
  • Acquired in 1997, Renovated in 1999, 2003, 2019
  • 700,000 square feet
Mall Entrance Façade Rendering- Charlottesville
Water Street Entrance Façade Rendering- Charlottesville

Dewberry LivingCharlottesville, Virginia

Situated on the downtown mall in Charlottesville’s historic district, this landmark former bank building, originally opened in 1931 was demolished, rebuilt and reopened in 1966, is poised to become the city’s premier luxury mixed-use retail, office, and residential property. Though it will receive the full Studio Dewberry treatment in terms of modernization and first-class amenities, its architectural provenance and integrity will be preserved and celebrated. By example, the building’s stunning black granite facade which was originally designed by Charlottesville architect Joseph C. “Jack” Laramore, will be preserved.

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