STAMFORD, Conn. -- Retail industry veteran Dan Stolzenbach has been named general manager of Stamford Town Center, responsible for operations, retailer and community relations, as well as marketing for the mall.
Stolzenbach succeeds longtime Taubman employee Meredith Keeler. She was named general manager of Country Club Plaza, a marquee retail and office property in Kansas City that was recently acquired by Taubman and The Macerich Co., which also own the Town Center.
Stolzenbach brings nearly 20 years of experience to the position. Most recently, he served as director of operations for Bergdorf Goodman in New York City, where he oversaw multiple departments and inventory control for the leading luxury retailer. Before that, he had held a variety of management positions with luxury specialty department store Neiman Marcus.
“I’m excited to join the Stamford Town Center team and build upon the center’s solid foundation,” said Stolzenbach. “The retail industry is more dynamic than ever and we look forward to delivering a shopping and dining experience that’s ever-evolving and truly unique.”
He joins a seasoned Stamford Town Center management team that includes Kevin Waters, who leads marketing and sponsorship initiatives and community relations for the mall.
During the management transition, longtime Taubman employee Catherine O’Malley served as interim general manager to assist with operations and with Stolzenbach's transition into the job.