Shopping Center Business

MAY 2016

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DJM CAPITAL PARTNERS 268 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2016 grooming and doggie daycare, relocated from its Corona del Mar location to Pacif- ic City in November to capitalize on the four-footed traffic. Apparel retailers at Pacific City include Barnabas Clothing Co., Chico Hats, Crazy Shirts, Free People, H&M, Irene's Story, Kin Los Angeles, Molly Brown's Swimwear, The Nook, Seafolly, Sunglass Resort, TankFarm, Tommy Bahama, The Wearhouse Boutique, and West of Cam- den, as well as Smocking Birds, a baby and children's clothing shop owned by a Huntington Beach mother and daughter. Lifestyle retailers include a 30,000-square-foot Equinox health and fitness center, Spring Mobile (an AT&T-authorized retailer), Cherry Hills Market (a home décor shop), Heirlooms & Hardware (known for reclaimed wood furniture and vintage finds), Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, M.A.C. Cosmet- ics, Ocean Blue Art + Design, The Plan- tation (a Hawaii-based home furnishings and gift store), Rudy's Barbershop, Saavy Naturals, and Sephora. "However, restaurants are the most important thing," Berman adds. "Food is the new fashion. From a leasing stand- point, we realized this would be a place where people would come and hang out — they were going to take in the view, meet friends, and eat. We needed to have a robust morning food offering as well as lunch, dinner and beyond. Rendering of Lido Marina Village, which DJM is developing in Newport Beach, California.

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