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Owner representative, tenant leasing rep, and property manager for community shopping center in Redlands, California. Work included owner representation to other investor groups and anchor tenants involved with center ownership.
StoneCreek’s work included the preparation of redevelopment plans for this major Inland Empire region property, a plan that envisioned a mixed-use district dubbed, “Redlands Marketplace.” Shown below, the facility’s owner’s at the time reviewing redevelopment plans. A unique feature of the great value for the property is the more than 1-mile of north-facing interstate highway frontage bordering the northern boundary of the Tri-City shopping center property. Interstate 10 is one of the primary routes to and from Southern California mountain and desert recreation areas, ski areas, Palm Springs, and the like.
StoneCreek Partners was retained as an overall real estate consultant, to evaluate a major $40 million capital improvements program that would re-position the retail podium for a landmark office building.
Scope of work included review of market support from nearby financial district employees and visitors, re-tenanting mix, guest circulation retrofits, and related subjects.
As real estate consultants to the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency, StoneCreek Partners provided financial analysis and evaluation of illustrative deal structuring for various public-private intervention strategies to achieve the economic turnaround and urban revitalization of the Spring Street corridor in downtown Los Angeles. The redevelopment analysis included consideration of funded public subsidies, and transferred development rights.
Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles was once called “Wall Street of the West”, home to numerous major financial institutions, the old Pacific Stock Exchange, and many of the city’s finest office buildings dating back to the early days of downtown Los Angeles. A 1994 strategic plan for downtown called for a mix of public and private investment in retail, housing and commercial development.
Over the years, various efforts have sought to revitalize the Spring Street Corridor, including the successful opening of the Ronald Reagan State Building – at the corner of Spring Street and Third Street.
Initial schematic design and feasibility analysis of proposed family entertainment center to serve an upscale community of the Conejo Valley area of greater Los Angeles. Work included facilities recommendations, guest events and activities, and strategic marketing considerations.
Tenant mix, leasing, and anchor tenant strategies for mixed-use district planned for Bakersfield, California.
Strategic marketing and leasing support to ownership involved with large landholding in the vicinity of Bakersfield, California.
Work including consideration of project naming convention and selection of project name. Also provided retailer presence grid and analysis for retailers in the region, and those that were not. Work included collaboration with owner’s team and project architect on land planning issues for the mixed-use program of power center, lifestyle center, and general-purpose for-lease office buildings.