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Merle Hay Mall
Merle Hay Mall is an enclosed regional shopping center in Des Moines, Iowa. Principal anchors are Target, Kohl’s, Younkers, and Sears. Junior anchors include Ulta, Staples, Old Navy and Shoe Carnival. Additional tenants include Helzberg's; Victoria’s Secret; Bath and Body; American Eagle Outfitters, Maurice’s, Justice, Coach House, and many more. For more details see www.merlehaymall.com.
Outparcels include Starbucks, Applebee’s and IHOP.
Generating over 150 million dollars a year in sales, Merle Hay Mall is a household name and has been serving Iowans for more than fifty years.
Merle Hay Centre
Merle Hay Centre is a six-story office building located near Merle Hay Mall in Des Moines, Iowa. Major tenants include Bank of America, Mercy Clinic, Veterans Administration, DLR, and the United States Postal Inspector.
Tenant amenities include two conference rooms with Wi-Fi and televisions; an exercise room with locker and shower facilities; and a lunchroom with vending machines and kitchen.
Merle Hay Centre is conveniently located between downtown Des Moines and office developments west of downtown Des Moines.
Westgate Village Shopping Center
Westgate Village Shopping Center is the premier outdoor value shopping center in Toledo, Ohio. Completed in 2007, Westgate is anchored by Costco, Sears, The Fresh Market, and Steinmart. Other tenants include Rite Aid, Starbucks, Chipotle, Five Guys, and Massage Envy. The only Costco in northwest Ohio draws shoppers to Westgate from up to 80 miles away.
Located at the corner of Central Avenue and Secor Road, Westgate Village is located one mile south of the only four-way intersection of Interstate 475 in West Toledo.
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Burbank Station was acquired in 2012 by a joint venture between Abbell Associates and Hutensky Capital Partners. Burbank Station is a premier regional grocery-anchored power center featuring an exceptional line-up of high profile, credit-worthy junior anchor and specialty retailers. It is located at the northwest corner of Cicero Avenue and 78th Street in the City of Burbank, IL approximately 1 and a half miles south of Midway Airport. Burbank Station contains 303,566/sf anchored by Food 4 Less (Kroger); Babies R Us; HomeGoods; Sports Authority; PetSmart; Sam Ash and Office Max. Small shops include Starbucks; Skechers; Vitamin Shoppe; Work n’Gear; and T-Mobile. The center features unparalleled visibility and access in the trade area, a large pylon sign on Cicero Avenue and two signaled access points on Cicero Avenue.
Three mile population is 209,851 with an average household income of $62,637. Cicero Avenue is a primary commercial thoroughfare in the greater Chicago area, generating traffic counts of 62,300 vehicles per day. Burbank Station and the surrounding retail environment can be summed up as a true in-fill regional trade area that benefits from exceedingly high residential density, a critical mass of leading big-box retailers with no open land for competitive developments, and outstanding access to the transportation infrastructure of Chicago.