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I. Executive Summary
Introduction
This report offers a deep dive into the U.S. strip center sector and 30 key markets. It covers strip center
supply and demand drivers, retailer trends, the eCommerce threat, operating fundamentals, capital
expenditures, asset values, and return expectations for 30 key markets.
Key Takeaways
Strip Center 101
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Authors
Jason White, CFA, CPA, Analyst
Jay Carlington, CFA, Senior Associate
Andrew McCulloch, CFA, Managing Director
Joi Mar, Senior Associate
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Table of Contents
Sections
Page:
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III.
IV.
U.S. Strip Center Outlook Summary
Major Risk Factors
Strip Center 101
The Forces Shaping Strip Center Demand
a.
Employment and Income Growth
b.
Retail Sales and Small Business
c.
Supply Per Capita & Household Income
d.
Education Driving Income
e.
eCommerce
V. Strip Center Retailers
VI. Supply Landscape
VII. Fundamentals
VIII. Capital Expenditures
IX. Power vs. Grocer
X. Large vs. Small Markets
XI. Market-Level IRRs
XII. The Transaction Market
XIII. The Financing Environment
XIV. Asset Values
XV. Strip Centers: Better Next Time?
XVI. Public Market Snapshot
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Atlanta
Austin
Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Columbus
D.C. Metro
Dallas / Fort Worth
Denver
Fort Lauderdale / Miami
Houston
Inland Empire
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
New York
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Oakland-East Bay
Orange County
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Portland
Raleigh-Durham
San Antonio
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
Seattle
St. Louis
Tampa-St. Petersburg
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I. U.S. Strip Center Outlook Summary
Gaining Steam: The average U.S. shopping center has been slowly gaining traction since The Great
Recession. Market RevPAF growth (a combined measure of rent and occupancy growth) is set to accelerate
in the coming years as modest retailer demand exceeds the tepid pace of new strip center supply. Rent
growth in high-quality centers will likely be sizable as the best space in most markets has been absorbed,
which creates healthy competition amongst retailers to secure locations.
U.S. Strip Center Market RevPAF Growth
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Top 30 Strip Center Markets
Relative Variables (++ Good, + Above-Average, ● Average, - Below-Average, -- Poor)
MSA
(sorted by '15 RevPAF Growth)
Population
Growth
Orange County
Austin
San Diego
San Jose
Fort Lauderdale / Miami
Dallas / Fort Worth
Seattle
Oakland-East Bay
D.C. Metro
Los Angeles
Boston
New York
Chicago
Portland
Phoenix
Las Vegas
Raleigh-Durham
Philadelphia
Orlando
Denver
San Francisco
Tampa-St. Petersburg
Baltimore
Inland Empire
Columbus
Atlanta
San Antonio
Houston
St. Louis
Northern New Jersey
Top 30 Average
Income
Growth
New Supply
Existing
Vacancy
M-RevPAF Projections
2015E
'15E to '19E
Economic
Cap Rate
LookForward
Unlevered
IRR
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II. Major Risk Factors
Limited Uncertainty: The economic, political, and business risks associated with the strip center industry
are not overly concerning at present. However, the greatest challenges will likely emanate from the internet
and the growth in online commerce.
Strip Center Risk Map: 2015 to 2019
Severe
Greater Risk/
Impact
Higher Taxes
Impact
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eCommerce
Growth
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New Supply
Growth
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Slowing Income
Growth
Grocer
Consolidation
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Middle Class
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Limited
Lack of New Small
Shop Concepts
Lower Risk/
Impact
Likelihood
Low
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Lower Oil
Prices
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High
eCommerce – Strip centers need to find new ways to attract consumer dollars as technological innovations steal sales.
The greatest risk is for properties that are in below-average locations or where there is a lot of local retail competition.
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Orange County
Strip Center Market Snapshot - 1H 2015
Market Summary
Commentary
7.1%
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Rank of 30
Pop. Growth ('15-'19E)
4.9%
18
Income Growth ('15-'19E)
19.8%
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Supply Growth ('15-'19E)
3.8%
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Retail Sales Gwth ('15-'19)
18.3%
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LT NOI Growth Est.
0.5%
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Economic Cap Rate
4.9%
27
Unlevered IRR Est.
5.8%
16
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• Natural barriers to entry and a long entitlement process limit supply
Strengths
Value
Job Growth ('15-'19E)
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• Affluence and a dense population create a strong demographic
profile
• Disneyland and beach cities drive significant tourism
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• Retail sales growth has lagged the national average the last seven
years
Weaknesses
Metric
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• High cost of living
• Job losses from the recession likely won't be recovered until 2017
Market Metrics
Current
$30.02
Occupancy
94.1%
Unemployment Rate
4.7%
Home Price Index ('07=100)
112
Median Income ($000s)
$75
# of Households (MMs)
1,037
College Degree
36%
Employment and RevPAF Growth
Prior Yr
Top 30
$20.12
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RevPAF Growth
10%
90.4%
8%
7%
5% 2% 2% 2%
5.3%
Employment Growth
6%
4%
3%
6% 6%
1%
5% 5% 4%
4%
0%
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$63
-5%
1,481
-10%
35%
0%
-9%
-7% -6%
-15%
'01
'03
'05
'07
'09
Retail Sales Growth
'11
'13
'15E
'17E
'19E
Supply
Supply Growth (left-axis)
8%
10%
7%
6%
8%
5%
5%
4%5%
4%
6%
4%4%3%3%3%
3%
4% 3%
1%
1%
1%
2%
0%
-2%
-4%
-6%
-8%
-7%
'01 '03 '05 '07 '09 '11 '13 '15E '17E '19E
Supply per Capita (right-axis)
2%
15
1% 1%
1%
1%
1%
1% 1%
0%
0%
0% 0%
0%
'01
'03
'05
'07
1%
13
0%
0%
0%
1%
0% 0% 0% 0%
'09
'11
'13
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Supply per Capita
Metric
Avg. Effective Rents
12
'15E
'17E
'19E
Grocer Detail*
Traditional Grocer Store Count
1,452
1,486
Grocer Market Share vs. Per Store Sales
$120M
Costco
$100M
$80M
1,253
1,280
$60M
1,299
Walmart
Supercenter
$40M
Trader Joe's
Albertsons
$20M Stater Bros.
Kroger
Safeway
$0M
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
*Includes grocers in combined Los Angeles and Orange County markets.
Source: Axiometrics, Bureau of Labor Statistics, CBRE, Chain Store Guide, Metro Market Studies, Moody's Analytics, Reis, U.S. Census Bureau, and Green Street Advisors.
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Asset Values
Notable Transactions
Top 30 CPPI
Orange County Market CPPI
Orange County Cap Rate
Property Name
Sale
Price
Address
Date
($MM)
Sq. Ft.
Sep-14
$49
163,477
Aug-14
$18
46,263
Mar-14
$12
73,500
May-14
$9
77,883
May-14
$7
83,746
120
12%
110
11%
1893 W Malvern Ave, Fullerton
100
10%
Cypress Center
90
9%
6847 Katella Ave, Cypress
80
8%
70
7%
60
6%
E Santa Ana Cyn, Anaheim
5%
Burlington Coat Factory
50
'05
'06
'07
'08
'09
'10
'11
'12
'13
'14
Amerige Heights Town Center
Cabrillo Park Shopping Ctr
1710 E 17th St, Santa Ana
Hobby Lobby
13092 Harbor Blvd, Garden Grv
Submarkets and REIT Exposure
Top 10 Submarkets*
Submarket
Med. HH
# of
Income Unemp.
Superzips ($000s)
Rate
Anaheim
0
$60
8.9%
Pop.
Density
(Sq. Mi.)
8.5
Brea
1
$89
6.0%
3.0
Buena Park
0
$71
7.2%
8.3
Huntington Beach
0
$76
6.4%
5.4
Irvine
5
$88
5.6%
3.5
Laguna Bch/Dana Pt
1
$86
5.9%
2.3
Mission Viejo
2
$104
5.4%
2.0
Orange
2
$87
6.6%
3.6
Santa Ana
0
$57
8.1%
13.6
Westminster
0
$63
8.1%
8.8
Company Name
ABR /
Sq. Ft.
Cap
Rate
Brixmor (BRX)
$16.00
5.3%
DDR Corp. (DDR)
$16.63
4.4%
Equity One (EQY)
$22.27
5.0%
Federal Realty (FRT)
$43.44
4.2%
REIT Summary**
Kimco Realty (KIM)
$17.83
5.6%
Regency Centers (REG)
$22.81
4.9%
Retail Opportunity (ROIC)
$17.36
5.1%
Weingarten Realty (WRI)
$19.94
5.2%
Total REIT Exposure
$22.67
5.0%
**Includes all REIT properties in Los Angeles and Orange County.
Source: Company documents, Real Capital Analytics, and Green Street Advisors.
*Submarket definitions are common to all major CRE sectors on a best fit basis and are not strip center specific. Metrics are based on household data, grouped by zip code.
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HOLD
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2003
43.3%
37.4%
21.8%
34.8%
2002
17.3%
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2.6%
5.4%
2001
34.9%
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13.0%
21.1%
2000
53.4%
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1999
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Universe 3
Buy
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1998
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1996
47.6%
30.7%
18.9%
32.1%
1995
22.9%
13.9%
0.5%
13.5%
1994
1993
20.8%
27.3%
-0.8%
4.7%
-8.7%
8.1%
3.1%
12.1%
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24.8%
997.3%
11.5%
16.9%
0.7%
1137.3%
12.2%
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Eric Frankel, Analyst
Dillon Essma, Associate
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Lodging
Lukas Hartwich, CFA, Senior Analyst
Jonathan Taylor, CPA, Associate
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[email protected]
Mall
Daniel Busch, Senior Analyst
Spenser Allaway, Associate
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Net Lease
Cedrik Lachance, Managing Director
Tyler Grant, CFA, Associate
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Office/Data Centers
Jed Reagan, Senior Analyst
John Bejjani, CFA, Analyst
Bayle Smith, Associate
Katherine Corwith, Associate
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Residential/Self-Storage
Dave Bragg, Managing Director
Ryan Burke, Analyst
David Segall, Senior Associate
Conor Wagner, Senior Associate
John Pawlowski, Associate
[email protected]
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[email protected]
Strip Centers
Jason White, CFA, CPA, Analyst
Jay Carlington, CFA, Senior Associate
[email protected]
[email protected]
Real Estate Analytics/Quant
Andrew McCulloch, CFA, Managing Director
Jason Moore, CFA, Manager
Peter Rothemund, CFA, Analyst
Kawika Tarayao, CFA, Analyst
Joi Mar, Senior Associate
Matt Larriva, Senior Associate
Casey Thormahlen, Associate
Amul Bhatia, Associate
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Subscription Sales & Marketing 660 Newport Center Drive, Suite 800 Newport Beach, CA 92660 +1.949.640.8780
Sales
Damon Scott, Managing Director, Subscription Sales
Kevin Johnson, Manager, Subscription Sales
[email protected]
[email protected]
Marketing
Rosemary Pugh, Manager, Marketing
[email protected]
Advisory & Consulting 660 Newport Center Drive, Suite 800 Newport Beach, CA 92660 +1.949.640.8780
Jim Sullivan, Managing Director
Dirk Aulabaugh, Managing Director
Matthew Wokasch, CFA, Senior Vice President
Phillip Owens, CFA, Senior Vice President
David De La Rosa, Vice President
Justin Brown, Senior Associate
Dawn Seo, Senior Associate
Adam Goldblatt, Associate
[email protected]
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Administration 660 Newport Center Drive, Suite 800 Newport Beach, CA 92660 +1.949.640.8780
Warner Griswold, CFA, Chief Operating Officer
Michael Kao, Managing Director, Technology
Robyn Francis, Manager, Compliance
Jimmy Meek, Controller, Accounting
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Brokerage services offered through Green Street Trading
Trading & Institutional Sales 600 North Pearl Street, Suite 2310 Dallas, TX 75201 1.800.263.1388 (Trading) +1.214.855.5905 (Sales)
Trading
Michael Vranich, Managing Director, Trading
Laurie Hauck, Vice President, Trading
Scott Lee, Vice President, Trading
Hayden Glasstetter, Trading Associate
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Institutional Sales
Anthony Scalia, Director, Institutional Sales
Tim Joy, Vice President, Institutional Sales
Scott Bell, Vice President, Institutional Sales
Seth Laughlin, Vice President, Institutional Sales
Kris Hoffman, Vice President, Institutional Sales
Eric Lovett, Institutional Sales
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* These employees operate in a support capacity and are not yet registered representatives/research analysts. All employees listed in the “Research” section without an asterisk (*) are
registered representatives/research analysts.
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