The Rouse Company | Technical advisory during design stage for the Fashion Show Mall house staging system, the largest such EASIL system installed in a U.S. shopping mall. Work included in production of “event shells” to test system capabilities and to provide inventory of event concepts for retails and consumer product companies as the system came on line.
Work culminated in executive producer for first fashion and consumer product shows using the house runway system, and production of the annual Christmas show at the facility for the first two years.
Asset management review during development, including leasing, tenant mix, entertainment, and events at this mixed-use facility. he project involved a mixed-use facility including a major retail mall, hotel, serviced apartments, and office space.
A+O Properties, Inc. (Los Angeles) | 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.
Acting as a retail-entertainment consultant, StoneCreek Partners provided master planning support to this mixed-use district proposed for Panama City Beach, Florida, including tenant mix, leasing strategy, and hotel branded products.
StoneCreek Partners provided conceptual design, market analysis, tenanting, and leasing plan preparation in support of this master-planned regional center. for the region that simply does not now exist. A planning issue in the conceptual plan was how to strengthen the connection between Big Box retailers, specialty Retail, and Restaurant Row districts that comprise the downtown area of the plan.
Rebecca’s Landing mixed-use district is envisioned to feature a top line-up of restaurants in Panama City Beach and the Bay County region, with the restaurants situated overlooking Lake Rebecca. Each of the restaurants share terrific views of the end-of-evening sound-and-light show that emanates from the center of the lake.
Santa Margarita Co. | Leasing plan and financial analysis for planned shopping center in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.
Extensive financial analysis was prepared in collaboration with client organization’s CFO, in tandem with ongoing land use master planning and experiential design efforts for this town center facility in the heart of this highly-successful master-planned community.
The City of Rancho Santa Margarita is a result of a handshake land deal where James C. Flood and Richard O’Neill, Sr. purchased the property and later, O’Neill deeded his land holdings to his son, Jerome, under whose leadership the ranch grew to 230,000 acres and spanned three counties. The holdings later become home to such communities as Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita. The Rancho Santa Margarita landholding traces its history to the Shoshonean Native American Indian trible known as the Acagchemen. The community is situated along the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, master planned as an urban village.