California Centers

MAY 2017

California Centers Magazine serves retailers, developers, shopping center owners, investment sales brokers and tenant representation firms throughout the state of California.

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4 California Centers Magazine | May 2017 Contents R E T A I L E R S D E P A R T M E N T S Issue 117 May 2017 HAMMER & NAILS Grooming shop for guys keeps its clients on point. PIZZAMAN DAN'S The self-proclaimed "big cheese" of pizza, subs and wings. GROCERS TURN FROM GOODS TO BETTER SERVICES Today's customers expect more, even at the supermarket, which is why so many of California's top grocers are evolving into destinations of their own, leaving many to wonder just how these traditional anchors fit into this unconventional time. by Nellie Day FOREIGN EXCHANGE Ethnic food has always been a part of California's culinary scene, but now, thanks to the popularity of QSRs, the concept has reached new heights. by Nellie Day CBM REMAINS SOCAL STRONG FOR 30 YEARS The shopping center leasing and management specialist has remained a Southern California staple among owners for the past three decades. by Nellie Day SPECIALTY LEASING BECOMES A BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR CENTERS Specialty leasing can bring fresh ideas to centers, while serving a niche and mitigating losses to online sales. by Stephen Katz 6 10 14 24 33 46 CORPORATE ACTIONS Hirings, Promotions, New Business, Relocations REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Leases, Purchases and New Projects 34 38 A R T I C L E S On The Cover: Lewis Retail Centers' Renaissance Marketplace is the largest center to be developed in the Inland Empire in a decade. The 450,000-square-foot center is being leased by CBRE and will open spring 2018. Rendering courtesy of Lewis Retail Centers. Number 117 ® Trendsetting New grocery concepts and QSRs that offer experience are changing the way center owners think about tenant mix. May 2017

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