Shopping Center Business

MAY 2015

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54 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • MAY 2015 CAPITAL MARKETS REVIEW Shopping Center Business is pleased to bring retailer sales per store data provided by eMarketer Retail. These rankings are part of a new information platform that covers store productivity, sales performance by channel, real estate, digital presence and other indicators for more than 350 U.S.-based retailers and restaurants. To develop its store productivity rankings, eMar- keter analyzed quantitative and qualitative data from public flings, company reports, equity analysts and banks, research frms, government agencies and media outlets, weighting each piece of information based on methodology and soundness. For more information please visit emarketer.com/retail. Source: company reports; eMarketer calculations Notes: Unless otherwise noted, all information comes from company reports including SEC flings, press releases, presentations and conference calls. All fgures based on company's respective fscal years. TTM may refer to either the last reported trailing 12 months or the last reported four quarters. Average sales per square foot is calculated as annual retail store/restaurant sales per weighted average amount of square feet during the period. All references to square feet refers to "gross" or total leasable square feet, which includes store/restaurant sales foor, kitchen, storage, offce space, etc. eMarketer bases all of our estimates on a multipronged approach that focuses on trends in the retail and restaurant industry, along with company- and sector-specifc trends, and trends in specifc consumer behaviors. We analyze quantitative and qualitative data from a variety of research frms, government agencies, media outlets and company reports, weighting each piece of information based on methodology and soundness. In addition, every element of each eMarketer forecast fts within the larger matrix of all our forecasts, with the same assumptions and general framework used to project fgures in a wide variety of areas. Regular re-evaluation of each forecast means those assumptions and framework are constantly updated to refect new market develop- ments and other trends. Top 20 Retailers — Average Sales Per Square Foot Company Average Sales Average Sales Per Square Foot Per Square Foot Growth Apple $4,798.82 3.1% Murphy USA $3,934.31 -9.4% Tiffany & Co. $3,084.57 1.4% Michael Kors $1,895.65 0.5% lululemon athletica $1,676.90 -8.9% Kate Spade & Co. $1,558.90 26.5% Coach $1,338.95 -16.8% Birks Group $1,317.60 7.6% Deckers Outdoor $1,126.55 -14.0% PriceSmart $1,088.78 -1.6% Costco Wholesale $1,045.82 4.0% Tumi $1,041.42 -0.1% Movado $1,039.47 1.0% Signet Jewelers $1,023.64 -0.6% Select Comfort $1,023.07 -3.3% Whole Foods Market $993.07 0.8% Restoration Hardware $976.52 8.1% Vince $961.86 -5.5% The Jean Coutu Group $960.30 -0.1% Fairway Market $924.06 -6.0%

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