Noteworthy news about New England Development and our diverse portfolio of properties
Media coverage of New England Development’s many projects keeps retailers, partners, communities, and customers informed of NED’s accomplishments, accolades, and community activities.

News organizations across the country are sharing the excitement of New England Development's new projects, new retailers, and new shopping and dining opportunities.  Articles in the Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel announce store openings and concerts at Palm Beach Outlets, readers of the Washington Post learn about the exciting new shops and restaurants arriving at Ronald Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport, and devotees of Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler hear regularly of Nantucket Island Resorts’ many awards and accolades.

This is but a small sampling of the news coverage garnered by New England Development and our family of companies. A curated selection, below, provides a glimpse into articles and television coverage being published about our projects, people, and partnerships.

August 22 2017
In the news

Charleys Philly Steaks sandwich shop will open this fall in the Outlets of Des Moines.

Patt Johnson, The Des Moines Register  Aug. 22, 2017        

Charleys Philly Steaks sandwich shop will open this fall in the Outlets of Des Moines.

Developer New England Development said Tuesday that the fast food chain would be one of three food pavilions at the outlet center in Altoona, which is set to open Oct. 20

Charleys, a Columbus, Ohio-based chain, also has a walk-up restaurant in Jordan Creek Town Center mall's food court in West Des Moines.

August 21 2017
In the news

Local restaurant will be featured at Outlets of Des Moines - Des Moines Register

In the first of five sneak peeks this week, Outlets of Des Moines has said a local business will join the center when it opens Oct. 20.

Teriyaki Boys, a casual quick-service eatery in Downtown Des Moines, will be located in the outlet mall’s food pavilion. The restaurant features meat, vegetables and sauces cooked on a grill teriyaki style. Teriyaki Boys will be one of three eateries in the food pavilion in the mall.

Teriyaki Boys owner Jay Wang also operates Wasabi Tao in downtown Des Moines, Wasabi Chi in Des Moines and Wasabi in Waukee. 

August 17 2017
In the news

Houseboat For Rent Offers Rooms With A View

NEWBURYPORT— It's sometimes said there aren't a great many hotel rooms in this community. But at least one alternative comes with a view of the water.

A houseboat called Dockside recently opened as an overnight rental, tied up at Harbor Marina behind the Starboard Galley restaurant on Water Street.

The houseboat is owned by New England Development and offers a one-loft bunk, a living room with a pullout sofa, a bathroom, kitchenette and dining nook. The craft also features a TV, Wi-Fi and air conditioning.

August 14 2017
In the news

Outlets of Des Moines on schedule

Des Moines Register, By Jonathan Krueger

August 14, 2017

Everything is on schedule for the Outlets of Des Moines to open in October.

With good weather this summer, construction has been speeding ahead for the new shopping center in Altoona.

“Ryan Companies, our general contractor, has done a great job in getting the project complete to be turned over to us. That is scheduled to happen by the end of the month and some of the final touches are being made in the coming weeks,” said TJ Just, general manager of the Outlets of America.

July 7 2017
In the news

CambridgeSide has found a formula for success

By Janelle Nanos, Globe staff

July 7, 2017

On a recent Tuesday, two 17-year-olds from Medford did something that might be considered extraordinary by today’s retail standards: They wandered a mall, shopping bags in hand.

They weren’t alone. Throughout the afternoon, the corridors of the CambridgeSide shopping complex in East Cambridge saw a steady stream of customers come through its doors.

April 4 2017
In the news

Nantucket Evolves from Hardscrabble Outpost to Posh Getaway

By Anna Gawel
Uploaded on April 3, 2017

In the 18th century, Nantucket’s wharves were bustling with harpoon-mounted ships and wind-swept sailors hauling in their precious cargo: sperm whales, whose oil was used in everything from lamps and soaps to pencils and perfume. The waxy substance — harvested from the whale’s head or from boiled blubber — fueled an industry that made the tiny island off Massachusetts the whaling capital of the world for over a century.

March 8 2017
In the news

PHL Airport among best, cheapest for food

The Philadelphia International Airport has been elevating its food-and-beverage game, and it hasn't gone unnoticed. It's been named one of the best among the top trafficked U.S. airports as well as the best for cheap eats. compiled nearly 75,000 restaurant reviews from the top 20 most trafficked U.S. airports, and gathered menu and pricing options to determine the best airport in terms of overall restaurant quality and variety, among others.

March 2 2017
In the news

H&M to Open Store in Outlets of Little Rock  March 2, 2017

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A new fashion store is moving into the Outlets of Little Rock later this year.

Global fashion retailer H&M made the announcement in a news release issued on Thursday.

H&M is described as "one of the world’s largest fashion retailers famous for offering fashion-forward apparel at affordable prices in a sustainable way."

The Outlets store space H&M will occupy measures about 20,000 square feet, and is set to open near the end of the year.

November 18 2016
In the news

Washington’s Airports Unveil Phase 5 of Retail Redevelopment Program


Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport announced the latest offerings in their comprehensive concessions overhaul, which began nearly three years ago, to improve the travel experience by offering broader food and retail options to reflect famous global brands and the unique flavors of the National Capital region.

October 27 2016
In the news

‘Art in the Square’ to Connect Community with Local Artists

by Duke Saunders

Autumn is bringing a little something more than just apple picking and Pumpkin Spice Lattes to Chestnut Hill this year.

This coming Saturday, Chestnut Hill Square will see its first annual “Art in the Square” homemade arts market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The large parking lot, usually packed with the cars of customers shopping at Wegmans or eating at one of the nearby restaurants, will instead feature a diverse collection of about 20 artists and craftsmen from all over New England.

October 26 2016
In the news

Clarksburg Premium Outlets To Open Thursday


Clarksburg Premium Outlets opens Thursday with more than 70 stores along I-270.

“I think it’s a destination,” said Marilyn Balcombe, president of the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce. Balcombe said the outlet is expected to draw shoppers from across Montgomery County as well as from around the state.

The outlet also will serve as a source of employment, she said. The site has generated 500 construction jobs and 800 full-time and part-time positions, said a spokeswoman for Simon Premium Outlets Development, the outlet’s owner.

October 24 2016
In the news


October 24, 2016 

Palm Beach Outlets will host two Halloween-themed events this weekend, including mall-wide trick or treating and a 5K run to benefit a local nonprofit.

Here are the details:

5K and mall-wide trick-or-treating

Who: Palm Beach Outlets and Quantum House

What: Inaugural Phantom 5K, Monster Mile and Devil Dash benefiting Quantum House along with a Costume Contest and Treats

October 20 2016
In the news

Clarksburg Premium Outlets plans Grand Opening Celebration


Are you ready to shop? The Clarksburg Premium Outlets is celebrating its grand opening on Oct. 27 – 29, and this new shopping center is expected to put Clarksburg on the map.

“It will be a destination, destination shopping,” said Marilyn Balcombe, president and CEO of the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce.

October 20 2016
In the news

One year out

Des Moines metro’s newest shopping center will open in exactly one year — guaranteed.

The last load-bearing beam at the Outlets of Des Moines project in Altoona was put in place this week, which signals the project's skeleton structure is in place. Workers have started enclosing three of the outlet's planned nine buildings, said Mike Barelli, vice president of New England Development, the Boston-based company building the outlet mall.

October 6 2016
In the news

Behind the Scenes of Clarksburg Premium Outlets


It may look like there’s still a lot of work to do but the Clarksburg Premium Outlets shopping center is on track to open at 22705 Clarksburg Road on Oct. 27th with 90 retailers, including Armani, Coach, Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, and Tory Burch. MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke reports. Video here.

September 13 2016
In the news

New Homes Available along the Highest Point between Maine and North Carolina

PLYMOUTH, Mass.--(Business Wire)--Built on one of the highest coastal elevations from Mount Desert Island, Maine to North Carolina, the Dawn’s Light neighborhood has breathtaking views of Cape Cod Bay over rolling hills of pine and oak. The fifteen custom homes in this ridge-top neighborhood are being designed and built by renowned, Cape Cod-based, Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders (PSD).