Landmark Shopping Center

Overview

ID: #5586
Type: Apartment
Location: Retail
Area: 5,068ft2

Landmark Plaza Shopping Center is located at the northeast corner of Shaw and Blackstone Avenues, and is one of the most trafficked intersections in the region, with over 74,000 cars per day passing the center. The site is accessible from Blackstone Avenue, Shaw Avenue and less than one-quarter mile from the Freeway 41 on/off ramps at Shaw. The high traffic counts ensure maximum exposure to potential customers. The traffic counts on Freeway 41 are approximately 116,000 cars per day.

Blackstone and Shaw Avenues have long been the strongest retail corridors in the Central Valley. The site serves a broad demographic and has incredible visibility. Situated amongst high-profile tenants, the center benefits from the retail synergy and surrounding dense residential population. The location offers an excellent opportunity to both retail and service oriented tenants.

The subject location is a half-mile from the Fashion Fair Mall, Fresno’s largest regional mall with over 1,000,000 square feet of space, anchored by Macy’s, JC Penney, Forever 21, and other national and regional tenants. The location is also close to other major retailers. Nearby national tenants on Blackstone Avenue include Sketchers, Lamps Plus, Eyeglass World, Big Lots, Dollar Tree, Grocery Outlet, Vons, Trader Joe’s, O’Reilly Auto Parts, El Pollo Loco, In-n-Out Burger, Quizno’s, Wienerschnitzel, Sonic Drive-in, Port of Subs, Papa Murphy’s Pizza, Starbucks, and Del Taco.

Fresno is located in the central San Joaquin Valley 175 miles south of the San Francisco/Bay Area, 215 miles north of Los Angeles, and 110 miles east of the central coast. Overnight access to the state’s northern, southern and coastal markets is provided by connectivity to California’s two major Freeways: Interstate 5 and Highway 99. The county has a diverse population of approximately 1.5 Million people and is growing at a rapid pace. Covering an area of more than 6,000 square miles, Fresno is the state’s fifth largest city and remains California’s best kept secret.

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