CSUF FIN 454 - Market Analysis for Shopping Centers (50 pages)

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Market Analysis for Shopping Centers

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School:
California State University, Fullerton
Course:
Fin 454 - Real Estate Market Analysis

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Market Analysis for Shopping Centers The Subject and its Location Wayne Foss DBA MAI CRE FRICS Foss Consulting Group Email wfoss fossconsult com 1 Terms and Definitions Shopping Center A tract of land under individual or joint real estate ownership or control improved with a coordinated group of retail buildings with a variety of stores and free parking Types Neighborhood Community Regional Specialty or theme center highway related strip commercial 2 Terms and Definitions Neighborhood Typical tenants Convenience goods Grocery Drug Personal Services Typical Size and Trade Area 30 000 to 100 000 square feet gross leasable area 4 to 10 acres of land 5 000 to 40 000 population 5 to 6 minute driving time 1 to 1 5 mile primary trade area 3 Terms and Definitions Community Typical tenants Convenience goods Junior department store or discount store variety store home improvement center Typical Size and Trade Area 100 000 to 300 000 square feet gross leasable area 10 to 30 acres of land 40 000 to 150 000 population wide variation in travel time trade area 3 to 5 mile primary trade 4 area Terms and Definitions Regional Typical tenants General Merchandise at least one full line department store shopper goods Typical Size and Trade Area 300 000 to 1 000 000 square feet gross leasable area 30 acres or more of land 150 000 to 400 000 population 15 to 30 minute travel time 10 to 15 mile primary trade area 5 Terms and Definitions Specialty or Theme Center Typical tenants fashion goods handicrafts gourmet foods Typical Size and Trade Area same size range as neighborhood or community centers may resemble a regional center 10 15 mile primary trade area 15 to 30 minute driving time 6 Terms and Definitions Highway related primarily serve passing motorists motels restaurants truck stops Strip Commercial single business along major streets serve the community or neighborhood may include highway related uses convenience stores fast food restaurants 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Building Terms



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