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SITE CRITERIA

Real Estate Criteria

  • 4000 - 5000 square feet, interior (seating for 150)
  • 800 - 1200 square feet, patio (where possible)
  • End cap in anchored shopping center or lifestyle center
  • Conversion/second generation free-standing building in anchored shopping center or lifestyle center
  • Ideal co-tenants include Hobby Lobby, Target, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Trader Joe’s, ULTA, DSW
  • Visibility from street
  • Ample parking (at least 12 spaces per 1000 s.f.)
  • Easy ingress/egress
  • 35,000+ average daily traffic count

Trade Area Demographics

  • Mix of residential, commercial and business population
  • 20,000/40,000/75,000 households within 1/3/5-mile radius
  • 10,000 daytime population within 1 mile
  • Above average median household income (relative to the overall market)

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