Shopping Center Business

MAY 2017

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CENTER REVIEW 94 • SHOPPING CENTER BUSINESS • May 2017 matter of coupling national retail trends with the unique needs of our family-ori- ented regional consumer," says Marshall. "Useful services are also important, such as personal beauty tenants, fitness, tutor- ing and children's play and activity cen- ters. E-commerce continues to change the retail landscape, but you can't have cele- bratory dinner out or participate in an in- teractive group fitness session online, and we can provide a community centric place for those activities to happen." The Shoppes at Webb Gin is a true mixed-use center as it also includes more than 17,000 square feet of office space, giving the retailers and restaurants a built- in customer base. Current office tenants include Regus, Quanta Telecommunica- tions Services, Just Kids Dentistry and Fifth Third Bank. SET APART FROM THE START Cousins Properties developed the cen- ter, formerly known as The Avenue Webb Gin, in two phases in 2006. At the time the center was the fourth Avenue-brand- ed center in metro Atlanta and seventh nationwide. Cousins introduced the Avenue con- cept in 1998 with the idea that the subur- ban consumer could either visit one store or restaurant quickly or stay and visit mul- tiple stores in an outdoor, mall-like set- ting. The model proved to be prescient as Gwinnett County consumers are much more inclined now to visit an open-air cen- ter versus an enclosed regional mall. "Over time we have become a legiti- mate alternative to larger more tradition- al shopping malls that are less convenient and frankly have a much higher hassle factor," says Marshall. "Before the Shop- A mix of national, regional and local retailers and restaurants is the key to The Shoppes at Webb Gin's success. MEET US AT ICSC RECON LAS VEGAS Booth C-111 UNION FIND YOUR LOCAL RBN MEMBER at www.retailbrokersnetwork.com KNOW WESTERN REGION: • Commercial Realty Advisors NW (Oregon) • Commercial Retail Associates (Central CA) • Coreland Companies (Orange County, CA) • DeRito Partners (Arizona) • Epsteen & Associates (San Diego/Imperial Counties) • Leibsohn & Company (Washington State) • Maestas & Ward CRE (New Mexico) • May Realty Advisors (Los Angeles/Ventura Counties) • Progressive Real Estate Partners (Inland SoCal) • ROI Commercial Real Estate (Nevada) • Thornton Oliver Keller CRE (Idaho) • The Zall Company (Colorado) • Weitzman (Texas) NORTHEAST REGION: • Aries, Deitch & Endelson (NY Suburbs/ S Connecticut) • Coldwell Banker Commercial Alliance (New York City) • Equity Retail Brokers (E. Pennsylvania/ S New Jersey) • Ferrara Jerum International (Upstate New York) • Jabe Companies (W. Pennsylvania/ West Virginia) • LMS Commercial Real Estate (Central Pennsylvania) • Mackenzie Retail (Maryland /S. Pennsylvania/N Virginia) • Paramount Partners (New England) • Sax Realty (Maryland/ N Virginia/Washington DC) • Sholom & Zuckerbrot Realty (Long Island/NYC) • The Dunham Goup (Maine) • The Goldstein Group (North & Central New Jersey) MIDWEST REGION: • Arnold J. Eisenberg, Inc. (Ohio) • Block & Company (W. Missouri & Kansas) • Commercial Property Associates (Wisconsin) • Dakota Commercial (North/South Dakota) • Edgemark CRE Services (Suburban Illinois) • First Commercial Realty (Michigan) • Gershman CRE (St. Louis, Missouri) • Paine & Associates (Oklahoma) • Shindico (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, W. Ontario) • Suntide Commercial Realty (Minnesota) • The Lord Companies (Chicago, Illinois) SOUTHEAST REGION: • Bell Moore Group (North Carolina & South Carolina) • Centennial Retail Services (Tennessee) • Coro Realty Advisors (Atlanta/Suburban Georgia) • Currier Properties (North Carolina & South Carolina) • D.E.G. Realty Advisors (Arkansas) • Insite Real Estate (West Central Florida) • Investment Management Assoc. (South Florida) • Liberty Universal Management (Central Florida) • May Commercial Group (Kentucky) • Pine Street/RPS (Jacksonville, Florida) • Retail Properties (N Carolina, S Carolina & Georgia) • Southpace Properties (Alabama) • Stirling Properties (Louisiana, S Alabama, NW Florida) • Taylor Long Properties (Virginia) • The Katsias Company (Virgina/NE North Carolina) • The Shumacher Group (Atlanta/N. Georgia) • Trademark Properties (Raleigh, North Carolina) TENANT REPRESENTATION LANDLORD REPRESENTATION INVESTMENT SALES LIKE TRUST

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