Shopping Center Business

MAY 2015

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8 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • MAY 2015 210 | HUNGRY TO FILL FAST CASUAL GAP Restaurants rush to meet growing demand for high-quality fast dining. By Haisten Willis 218 | MARKETING TO COMPLEMENTARY AUDIENCES As a master developer, Irvine Company can market its retail projects to resi- dents of its apartment complexes and tenants in its office buildings, as well as visitors to its resorts. By Randall Shearin 224 | FINANCING MIXED-USE A lender's perspective of mixed-use financing. By Randall Shearin 230 | TODAY'S RETAIL MARKET: STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION The demand for retail space remains strong, despite fewer developments. As an owner, positioning your assets is key to surviving and thriving. By Steve Jaffe 234 | EVENT MARKETING — THE NEXT GENERATION How one developer is drawing traffic by working with retailers and promoters to create events that bring crowds. By Randall Shearin 242 | LEADING THE CARIBBEAN Plaza Las Americas and Plaza del Caribe lead the Caribbean. By Randall Shearin 248 | DESIGN PERSPECTIVE Noted retail architect Angelo Carusi weighs in on retail trends, development activity and the future of the sector. By Randall Shearin 254 | NEW CUISINE TRENDS IN RETAIL ENVIRONS Inspired dining options are equating to enhanced visitation and profits for shopping center owners. By Dean Small 260 | BUILT TO MOVE Retailers find portable success with shops in modified shipping containers. By Jeff Shaw 266 | HIDDEN MARKET: CALIFORNIA'S SOUTHERN CENTRAL COAST Often overlooked for larger markets, California's Southern Central Coast is seeing retail development and expansion. By Randall Shearin 270 | FIVESOUTH TO SERVE GROWING BISMARCK The $200 million FiveSouth project will create a downtown destination for Bismarck, North Dakota. By Randall Shearin 274 | BRIXMOR RAISES THE BAR With a major leasing effort underway, the nation's largest grocery-anchored shopping center owner, Brixmor, looks to raise value and quality at its cen- ters. By Randall Shearin 284 | SMART TENANT Primrose Schools uses spaces that shopping center owners often can't. By Randall Shearin 288 | NET LEASE DEMAND CONTINUES UNABATED Despite compressed cap rates and expectations for increasing interest rates, many experts believe NNN activity in 2015 could surpass 2014. By Joe Gose FEATURES 76 | PIRCH LETS SHOPPERS TRY BEFORE THEY BUY By Susan Fishman 80 | SPROUTING UP By Susan Fishman 84 | WINE AND FOOD EXPERIENCE By Susan Fishman 88 | BEACH HUT DELI LAYERS ON FUN By Susan Fishman 96 | EXPERIENTIAL RETAIL TAKES FLIGHT AT IFLY By Susan Fishman 100 | CORNER BAKERY CAPITALIZES ON GROWTH By Katie Lee 108 | LIBERTY CENTER DEFINES NEW MARKET By Randall Shearin 114 | CELEBRATION POINTE MOVING FORWARD By Randall Shearin 118 | DEVELOPMENT ACCELERATES AT GRANDVIEW YARD By Randall Shearin REVIEWS 80 218 274 Table of contents continues on page 12.

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