About

As President of Silicato Development, Dennis Silicato has over 40 years of experience in commercial real estate and development. Dennis has developed Power centers, regional shopping centers, housing developments, industrial complexes and more.

He oversees each aspect of the development process personally, including the purchase of real estate, engineering, approvals, financing, construction and property management/leasing/sale. Dennis has become a master of commercial real estate processes and is able to execute large-scale land deals and real estate transactions at the highest level. Through his experience and approach, he has developed long-standing relationships with national and local corporations and retailers.

Dennis holds a degree in Business and Economics from the University of Delaware. He earned his CCIM designation, he is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and is a licensed real estate broker in Delaware and Maryland. Dennis also sits on the Executive committee of Delaware’s County Bank. In his spare time he enjoys golfing, gardening, watching sports and spending time with his grandchildren.

Articles

American Renal Associates is moving into our River Park Plaza.

American Renal Associates is moving into our River Park Plaza.

Article by citybizlist on August 10, 2017

American Renal Associates To Open Location In Salisbury, MD

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Taormina Square in Long Neck

Taormina Square in Long Neck nearing completion!

Article by Cape Gazette on March 27, 2017

Our new Taormina Square property is nearing completion but there is still space to lease!

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hands playing piano

Silicato Development is proud to celebrate the new Music School of Delaware location!

Article by Milford Chronicle on August 8, 2017

Music School of Delaware invites southern Delaware community to celebrate new home!

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American Renal Associates is moving into our River Park Plaza.

Silicato Development Envisions a New Future in Downtown Salisbury

Article by citybizlist on March 8, 2016

Former Hostess Bakery Outlet To Be Redeveloped Into Professional Office Space

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