Welch named to manage Fifth Avenue Mall

Posted on July 9, 2013 

Stephen Welch


Simon Property Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Stephen Welch has been named Mall Manager at Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall in Anchorage, Alaska.


In his new role, Welch will be accountable for long-term and temporary leasing, negotiation of contracts, staff supervision, office management, budgeting and monthly financial analysis, security and daily operations.  Additionally, he is accountable for the development and implementation of mall marketing programs, sales analysis, corporate and tenant communication and community relations.


"Stephen is a proven performer with a great management track record," said Kelly Hartsell, Regional Vice President for the West Region. "We look forward to his drive, energy, and enthusiasm benefiting Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall.”


No stranger to the Simon family, Welch most recently served as the Mall Manager at Gulf View Square in Port Richey, Florida.  Prior to that, he began his career with Simon in 2009 at Greenwood Park Mall and then moved on to Lake Square Mall, Lenox Square, Anderson Mall and finally landed at Gulf View Square.  During his time at these different malls, he was successfully involved with leasing efforts, capital projects and participated in multiple signature events held at the properties.  In these positions, he was also able to experience all facets of property management in large volume, high traffic shopping centers. 


Throughout his career Welch has been strongly dedicated to serving our country.  He served as an infantryman for six years, while also pursuing an education at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis.  He served in the Army National Guard as a cadet and team leader in an infantry unit, where he earned an airborne paratrooper badge.  He looks forward to serving the Anchorage community. 

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