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I N V E S T M E N T O F F E R I N G M E M O R A N D U M A 288,029 SF Power Center in the City of Rancho Cucamonga, California AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH FOOTHILL FREEWAY 210 DAY CREEK ROAD VICTORIA GARDENS ETIWANDA
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I N V E S T M E N T O F F E R I N G M E M O R A N D U M A 288,029 SF Power Center in the City of Rancho Cucamonga, California AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH FOOTHILL FREEWAY 210 DAY CREEK ROAD VICTORIA GARDENS ETIWANDA AVENUE FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 15 N MAJOR TENANTS Tenants Include Size Lease Expiration Food 4 Less 50,000 SF August 2014 Sports Chalet 34,477 SF January 2010 Amigos Flooring Monster 33,008 SF January 2015 PETsMART (sublease to Warehouse Furniture) 25,015 SF September 2009 Office Depot (sublease to Living Spaces Clearance) 24,958 SF August 2009 Apple Furniture Direct 17,500 SF June 2009 Guitar Center 15,000 SF April 2009 Wal-Mart (NAP) 131,451 SF N/A 1-Mile 3-Mile 5-Mile Trade Area Profile 2006 Statistics Radius Radius Radius Population 4,401 95, ,305 Households 1,342 27,311 76,291 Average Household Income $69,606 $82,312 $75,667 Interstate 15 Foothill Blvd. Etiwanda Ave. Traffic Counts (Cars Per Day) 163,000 51,000 12,658 1 Investment SUMMARY Offering Price... Best Offer FY 2008 Projected NOI (4/1/07-3/31/08)... $4,334,924 Occupancy (as of 2/1/07)...98% Ownership... Fee Simple/Partial Leasehold Building Leasable Area... Total 536,517 SF / Offering 288,029 SF Total Land Area...Total Acres / Offering Acres Parking... 3,248 stalls (6.14 spaces per 1,000 SF) Investment HIGHLIGHTS Strategically located directly across Interstate 15 from Victoria Gardens, a 1.22 million SF open-air regional center ranked as one of the Top 10 shopping centers in Southern California in annual gross sales, providing Foothill Marketplace with an unsurpassed regional draw and customer traffic flow all year round. q Opportunity to enhance an investor s overall return and maximize value through the sale of individual parcels over time. q Excellent access and visibility from Interstate 15 (163,000 cars per day) and Foothill Boulevard (51,000 cars per day), two of the busiest thoroughfares in the entire Inland Empire. q The Property generates strong sales from Food 4 Less (over $490 PSF) and from the restaurant tenants. q Food 4 Less plans to expand and remodel their store at this location demonstrates their long-term commitment to Foothill Marketplace. q Dense and affluent trade area containing over 266,305 residents with average household incomes exceeding $75,600 within five miles of the property. q Foothill Marketplace is the low-cost alternative to Victoria Gardens with occupancy costs substantially below this new regional center. q Free and clear of any existing debt which allows an investor to take advantage of currently low interest rates and implement the amount of leverage that best fits an investor s requirement. Exclusive Marketing Directors Todd Goodman Phil Voorhees Gleb Lvovich SITE PLAN NAP ALWAYS LOW PRICES 37 NAP NAP NAP Preston Fetrow Kirk Brummer CB Richard Ellis, Inc. Fax: Jamboree Road Suite 100 Newport Beach, California NAP FOOTHILL BOULEVARD Land Area Subject To Ground Lease Not A Part Of Offering Delineates Individual Parcels NAP N 2 Investment Summary Inland Empire The Inland Empire s proximity to neighboring Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties coupled with its attractive cost of living relative to those counties makes it one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Due to its position as a premier west coast distribution center and numerous job opportunities in housing construction, warehousing and diversified manufacturing, the Riverside-San Bernardino area ranks second in the country (among large cities) in the Top U.S. Cities to do Business (Inc. Magazine, May, 2005). Between 2000 and 2020, the Inland Empire is expected to add another 1.5 million residents, more than the growth forecast for all but five states in the country. Inland Empire Demographic Profile Population Households 2010 Projection 4,274,990 1,329, Estimate 3,753,368 1,176, Census 2,588, , Census 3,254,821 1,034, % Change 25.73% 19.38% 2005 Est. Median Age Average Household Income $61,959 Projections Projected Change 13.90% Inland Empire Access Transportation Profile Freeway Direction Cars Per Day SR-91 East-West 279,000 I-10 East-West 270,000 I-15 North-South 221,000 I-215 North-South 197,000 Railway Pickup Points Counties Served MetroLink 3 rails, 16 stops Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura and San Diego Airport Passengers Per Day Ontario International Airport 20,000 San Bernardino Airport 10,000 Collectively Palm Springs Airport 10,000 Collectively Inland Empire Access (cont.) Proximity Profile City Downtown Anaheim Downtown Los Angeles Downtown San Diego Inland Empire Employment Profile Major Employers Company Employees County of San Bernardino 16,640 County of Riverside 14,889 Stater Bros. Markets 10,000 Loma Linda University Medical Center 8,390 Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 7,550 Ontario International Airport 6,200 March Air Reserve Base 6,200 SB United School District 6,000 Employment by Industry Industry Current Unemployment Area Distance 41 Miles 60 Miles 100 Miles Percentage Other Services 15.70% Retail Trade 12.70% Manufacturing 12.40% Health Care 10.80% Education 9.20% Construction 8.30% Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities 6.20% Percentage State of California 5.1% Inland Empire 4.7% 3 REGIONAL MAP Ventucopa 14 SANTA BARBARA CO. Santa Barbara 33 Lake Casitas Ventura San Nicolas Island 33 Oxnard Ojai Port Hueneme N 2006 Ann Carr & Associates, Inc. Los Padres National Forest 150 Camarillo 1 Point Mugu VENTURA CO. Moorpark Pyramid Lake Fillmore Santa Monica Mountain Nat. Rec. Area P a c i f i c O c e a n Castaic Lake Valencia Simi Valley Thousand Oaks 101 Malibu Santa Catalina Island 138 Angeles National Forest Santa Clarita Beverly Hills Santa Monica Los Angeles Redondo Beach LOS ANGELES CO. San Fernando Burbank Hollywood Avalon Culver City Torrance Lancaster Palmdale 2 Pasadena Alhambra 10 La Mirada Norwalk 39 Rancho Long Palos Beach Verdes Huntington Beach 138 Angeles National Forest Corona del Mar Laguna Beach San Dimas Chino 57 Hills Fullerton Dana Point San Clemente Rancho Cucamonga Pomona Ontario Fontana Anaheim Santa Ana ORANGE CO. Lake Forest Irvine Aliso Viejo Mission Viejo Corona Cleveland National Forest 74 San Juan Capistrano 5 Oceanside San Bernardino Lake Mathews Lake Elsinore Carlsbad Fallbrook Victorville Lake Arrowhead Murrieta Crestline Riverside 60 Beaumont 21 Temecula San Marcos Big Bear Lake Big Bear Lake 38 San Bernardino National Forest Redlands Hemet SAN DIEGO CO. Escondido SAN BERNARDINO CO. Palm Springs Cathedral City Idyllwild Yucca Valley Desert Hot Springs Rancho Mirage Palm Desert San Bernardino National Forest Julian Twentynine Palms Indian Wells La Quinta Borrego Springs 78 Indio AREA OVERVIEW AND RETAIL MARKET ANALYSIS RANCHO CUCAMONGA OVERVIEW The City of Rancho Cucamonga is a premiere city in California s Inland Empire - one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Crowned by the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains, Rancho Cucamonga boasts planned communities and awardwinning architecture in addition to a quality, family lifestyle. A heritage of vineyards, ranches, orchards and wineries are reflected in historic buildings that meld with the newer, suburban developments. In addition, The Uniform Crime Report, released annually by the FBI, has identified Rancho Cucamonga as one of the safest cities in the country with cities of populations over 100,000. Recently, the California Retail Survey identified the city the as ninth fastest growing retail market in California. Population/Demographics The current population is approximately 167,000 and is expected to continue to grow to a size of 197,000+ by the year Demographic Profile Rancho Cucamonga Population Households 2011 Population 197,113 61, Estimate 167,542 52, Census 101,507 33, Census 127,743 40, % Change 25.85% 21.38% 2006 Est. Median Age Average Household Income $83,602 Projections Projected Change 17.65% Transportation Rancho Cucamonga is conveniently located 37 miles east of the City of Los Angeles and is serviced by three major freeways, the Metrolink San Bernardino Line, Omnitrans Bus Service and the Ontario International Airport. Freeway Cars Per Day SR ,000 I ,000 I ,000 Railways Provider Metrolink San Bernardino Line Service To/From Pomona, San Bernardino, Claremont, & Downtown Los Angeles Airports Passengers Per Day Ontario International Airport 19,763 5 Employment Rancho Cucamonga s prime location, outstanding quality of life and robust business climate have made it a hot spot in California s $1 Trillion Economy, according to the Wall Street Journal. Major Employers Company Employees Sears Roebuck & Co. 1,250 Etiwanda Elementary School 933 Alta Loma Elementary 850 Preferred Framing, Inc. 800 Frito Lay, Inc. 600 Mission Foods 573 C.W. Construction 550 Central S.D. 520 Chaffey Community College 475 SCE 450 Employment by Industry Industry Percentage Retail Trade 13.0% Other Services 12.9% Manufacturing 12.9% Educational Services 10.7% Health Care and Social Assistance 10.3% Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate 7.9% Transportation, Warehousing and Utilities 6.6% Victoria Gardens Victoria Gardens is an open-air town center at the heart of a 160-acre planned main street community located in Rancho Cucamonga consisting of residential, office, retail, public plazas and civic Cultural Arts Center. The 1,224,000 million square foot lifestyle center anchored by Robinson s-may, JCPenney, Macy s, AMC Theatre and with 150 specialty retailers draws nearly 20 million visitors a year. Strategically located only ½ mile north of Victoria Gardens, Foothill Marketplace benefits from the increased traffic and regional draw. Employment Profile Employment Information Total businesses 5,065 Total employed 59,150 City unemployment rate 3.6% County unemployment rate 5.7% California unemployment rate 6.8% Employment By Industry Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries 832 Business & Repair Services 3,385 Communications 2,279 Entertainment & Rec Services 6,565 Finance, Insurance, Real Estate 5,710 Mining 53 Personal Services 1,600 Public Administration 3,800 Transportation 3609 Major Employers Chaffey Community College 1,300 Sears Roebuck & Co. 1,101 Alta Loma Elementary 775 Corestaff 775 RPM Merit 570 Employment By Occupation Executive and Professional 32.90% Administration and Support 27.01% Service Personnel 10.86% Trade and Labor 29.23% Taxable Sales City of R.C. $327,830,000 Riverside County $27,228,091,000 California $111,017,316,000 Demographic report Population 1-Mile 3-Mile 5-Mile Radius Radius Radius 2006 Estimated Population 4,401 95, , Projected Population 5, , , Census Population 2,549 65, , Census Population 1,547 40, ,630 Growth % 45.26% 33.03% Growth % 22.92% 18.48% 2006 Est. Population by Race 4,401 95, ,781 Caucasian Alone 47.5% 52.0% 50.8% African-America Alone 11.3% 12.1% 10.3% Asian, Alaska Native and Pacific Islander 5.6% 10.0% 7.8% Some Other Race Alone 27.8% 19.2% 25.2% Two or More Races 7.7% 6.6% 6.1% 2006 Est. Population Hispanic or Latino 4,401 95, ,781 Hispanic or Latino 46.4% 37.6% 46.8% White Non-Hispanic or Latino 37.1% 40.2% 35.6% Households 2006 Estimated Households 1,342 27,428 76, Projected Households 1,763 33,690 90, Census Households ,868 58, Census Households ,719 45,249 Growth % 45.37% 31.03% Growth % 22.83% 17.53% 2006 Tenure of Occupied Housing Units 1,342 27,428 76,811 Owner Occupied 54.1% 69.1% 67.0% Renter Occupied 44.0% 27.5% 29.7% 2006 Est. Households by Income 1,342 27,428 76,811 Less than $15, % 4.6% 6.9% $15,000 to $24, % 4.8% 7.0% $25,000 to $34, % 6.8% 8.5% $35,000 to $49, % 12.4% 14.3% $50,000 to $74, % 23.6% 22.6% $75,000 to $99, % 19.1% 16.4% $100,000 to $149, % 21.2% 17.2% $150,000 or more 2.9% 7.5% 7.0% 2006 Est. Average Income per Household $69,606 $82,283 $75,692 6 AREA OVERVIEW AND RETAIL MARKET ANALYSIS Competitive Properties Map Central Park BASE LINE RD. 2 BASE LINE RD. HAVEN AVE. SPRUCE ST. MILLIKEN AVE. ROCHESTER AVE. DAY CREEK BLVD. RANCHO CUCAMONGA 4 3 HISTORIC ROUTE 66 1 FOOTHILL BLVD. ARROW HWY. ARROW HWY. Empire Lakes Golf Course ETIWANDA AVE. California Speedway CHERRY AVE. 15 N 2006 Ann Carr & Associates, Inc. 4TH ST. SAN BERNARDINO AVE. 7 Site Property Name/Location Size Year Built Occupancy Major Tenants Avail. SF/ Ask Rent/ NNN Charge Approximate Distance from Foothill Marketplace 1 Victoria Gardens NWC I-5 and Foothill Boulevard Rancho Cucamonga, California 1,224,000 SF % Robinson s-may, JCPenney, Macy s, AMC Theatres 0 $4.00 $1.66 NNN Across Freeway 2 Winery Estate Marketplace SWC Day Creek Boulevard and Base Line Road Rancho Cucamonga, California 73,957 SF % Henry s Market 0 $ $3.79 $.95 NNN 1.29 Miles 3 Town Center Square at Terra Vista NWC Spruce Avenue and Foothill Boulevard Rancho Cucamonga, California 225,923 SF % Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, PETsMART, Office Max, Stein Mart, Pier 1 3,500 $3.00 $0.60 NNN 1.99 Miles 4 Terra Vista Town Center NEC Haven Avenue and Foothill Boulevard Rancho Cucamonga, California 611,000 SF % Target, Mervyn s, Michaels, HomeGoods, Ross Dress for Less, Big 5, Party City 0 $2.25-$3.75 $0.55 NNN 2.51 Miles 8 AREA OVERVIEW AND RETAIL MARKET ANALYSIS ALWAYS LOW PRICES # Suite Tenant Area SF Lease End Sport Chalet 34,477 01/31/ Hobby People 4,393 11/30/ Guitar Center 15,000 04/30/ Amigo s Flooring 33,008 01/31/ Living Spaces Clearance 24,958 08/31/ Radio Shack 2,250 01/31/ Salon Excellence 1,500 06/30/ Stuffed Bagel 1,500 09/30/ Star Dental Group 1,500 04/30/ Warehouse Furniture 25,015 09/30/ Engrave `N Things 2,165 07/31/ Available 2,000 N/A Foothill Optometric Center 1,735 07/31/ Reliable Wireless 1,664 03/31/ Apple One Employment 1,600 M-T-M Montmartre Art Gallery 1,500 04/30/ Apple Furniture Direct 17,500 06/30/ Smoke Shop 1,225 10/31/ State Farm Insurance 1,209 12/31/ Available 1,275 N/A Employment Solutions 1,215 11/30/ Saigon Restaurant 1,600 10/31/ Beer Hunter Sports Pub 9,100 03/31/ LA Nails 1,210 03/31/ Mathnasium 1,270 11/30/ American Dream Ice Cream 1,220 03/31/ Subway 1,225 02/28/ Sally Beauty Supply 1,687 12/31/ Marketplace Cleaners 1,790 12/31/ Available 2,800 N/A Food 4 Less 50,000 08/31/14 SITE PLAN # Suite Tenant NAP Area SF 37 NAP Lease End Hollywood Video 6,550 03/31/ Panda Buffet 6,600 09/30/ Arby s 3,000 10/31/ Wienerschnitzel 3,188 05/31/ Golden Spoon 1,200 03/31/08 NAP NAP NAP FOOTHILL BOULEVARD Land Area Subject To Ground Lease Not A Part Of Offering Delineates Individual Parcels # Suite Tenant NAP Area SF 32 N Lease End Jiffy Lube 1,900 04/30/ Claim Jumper 11,500 07/31/ Melting Pot 5,500 10/31/16 Total Offering SF: 288,029 9 Property Description Location Foothill Marketplace is located at the southeast corner of I-15 and Foothill Boulevard in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Parcels APN Tenants Acres Size in SF Hollywood Video (leasehold) , Food 4 Less (leasehold) , Panda Buffet , Arby s , Wienerschnitzel, Golden Spoon , Multi-Tenant Bldgs.-See Note , Jiffy Lube , Claim Jumper , Melting Pot , Multi-Tenant Bldgs.-See Note , Driveway/Parking Lot , Driveway/Parking Lot , (NAP) Taco Bell , (NAP) Chevron , (NAP) In N Out Burger , (NAP) Wal-Mart , (NAP) Panda Express , (NAP) Living Spaces ,334 Total ,575,704 Total- Offering ,631,323 Zoning RRC (Regionally Related Commercial) Parking 3,248 Stalls (6.14 stalls per 1,000 SF) Street Frontage I-15: ±1,837 FT Foothill Boulevard: ±2,730 FT Access The property has three points of access off Foothill Boulevard and two points of access off Etiwanda Avenue. Improvements This offering includes 288,029 SF of leasable area consisting of four anchor buildings, one in-line shop building and one pad building. Age The shopping center was originally completed in Note 1 - Tenants Include: Living Spaces Clearance, Radio Shack, Salon Excellence, Stuffed Bagel, Star Dental Group, Warehouse Furniture, Engeave N Things, Available (1,664 SF), Apple one Employment, Montmartre Art Gallery, Apple Furniture Direct, Smoke Shop, State Farm Insurance, Available (1,275 SF), Employment Solutions, Saigon Restaurant, Beer Hunter Sports Pub, LA Nails, Mathnasium, American Dream Ice Cream, Subway, Sally Beauty Supply, Marketplace Cleaners, Available (2,800 SF) Note 2 - Tenants Include: Sport Chalet, Hobby People, Guitar Center, Amigo s Flooring Monster 10 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Rent Roll Suite Tenant Area SF Lease Dates Scheduled Minimum Rent Begin End Beginning Monthly PSF Annual PSF 11 Market Rate NNN - (PSF/Yr.) Food 4 Less 50,000 09/01/94 08/31/14 Current $43,750 $0.88 $525,000 $10.50 $12.00 Four 5-Year Opt. 1: $11.28 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $12.13 PSF/Year Opt. 3: $13.04 PSF/Year Opt. 4: $14.02 PSF/Year Sport Chalet 34,477 07/01/94 01/31/10 Current $36,775 $1.07 $441,306 $12.80 $12.00 Three 5-Year Opt. 1: $14.71 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $16.29 PSF/Year Opt. 3: $19.46 PSF/Year Amigo s Flooring Monster 33,008 08/01/94 01/31/15 Current 02/01/ PETsMART (sublease to Warehouse Furniture) Office Depot (Sublease to Living Spaces Clearance) $36,969 $40,655 $1.12 $1.23 $443,630 $487,858 $13.44 $14.78 Options $15.00 Five 5-Year 5-Year CPI (10% Max) 25,015 06/01/94 09/30/09 Current $25,015 $1.00 $300,180 $12.00 $18.00 Four 5-Year Opt. 1: $13.00 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $14.00 PSF/Year Opt. 3: $15.00 PSF/Year Opt. 4: $16.00 PSF/Year 24,958 08/01/94 08/31/09 Current $31,307 $1.25 $375,688 $15.05 $15.00 Four 5-Year 5-Year CPI (12% max) Apple Furniture Direct 17,500 10/01/04 06/30/09 Current $16,100 $0.92 $193,200 $11.04 $13.00 One 5-Year FMR Guitar Center 15,000 02/01/99 04/30/09 Current $16,500 $1.10 $198,000 $13.20 $15.00 Two 5-Year Opt. 1: $14.52 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $15.96 PSF/Year Hobby People 4,393 12/01/98 11/30/08 Current 01/01/ Melting Pot 5,500 11/01/06 10/31/16 Current 11/01/07 11/01/08 11/01/09 11/01/10 11/01/11 11/01/12 11/01/13 11/01/14 11/01/ Claim Jumper 11,500 07/01/94 07/31/14 Current 08/01/ Jiffy Lube 1,900 05/01/97 04/30/12 Current 05/01/07 $5,093 $5,246 $13,750 $14,438 $15,162 $15,918 $16,715 $17,550 $18,425 $19,346 $20,313 $21,331 $24,859 $28,587 $4,667 $5,227 $1.16 $1.19 $2.50 $2.63 $2.76 $2.89 $3.04 $3.19 $3.35 $3.52 $3.69 $3.88 $2.16 $2.49 $2.46 $2.75 $61,112 $62,952 $165,000 $173,250 $181,940 $191,015 $200,585 $210,595 $221,100 $232,155 $243,760 $255,970 $298,308 $343,045 $56,000 $62,719 $13.91 $14.33 $30.00 $31.50 $33.08 $34.73 $36.47 $38.29 $40.20 $42.21 $44.32 $46.54 $25.94 $29.83 $29.47 $33.01 $15.00 One 5-Year Opt. 1: $14.76 PSF/Year 1/1/09: $16.40 PSF/Year 1/1/11: $17.40 PSF/Year $30.00 $30.00 Two 5-Year Opt. 1: $34.31 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $39.45 PSF/Year $36.00 Three 5-Year Opt. 1: $36.97 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $41.41 PSF/Year Opt. 3: $ PSF/Year Rent Roll Suite Tenant Area SF Golden Spoon 1,200 08/01/95 03/31/08 Current 02/01/08 Lease Dates Scheduled Minimum Rent Begin End Beginning Monthly PSF Annual PSF $3,953 $4,348 $3.29 $3.62 $47,437 $52,176 $39.53 $43.48 Market Rate NNN - (PSF/Yr.) Options $42.00 One 2-Year, One 5-Year Opt. 1: $43.48 PSF/Year Opt. 2: $47.83 PSF/Year 2/1/13: $52.62 PSF/Year Wienerschnitzel 3,188 06/01/94 05/31/14 Current $8,200 $2.57 $98,403 $30.87 $42.00 Three 5-Year CPI (5% Min, 15% Max) Star Dental Group 1,500 05/01/05 04/30/10 Current 05/01/07 05/01/08 05/01/09 $4,490 $4,715 $4,950 $5,198 $2.99 $3.14 $3.30 $3.47 $53,880 $56,580 $59,400 $62,370 $35.92 $37.72 $39.60 $41.58 $ Stuffed Bagel Co. 1,500 07/01/95 09/30/10 Current $3,248 $2.17 $38,978 $25.99 $24.00 Two 5-Year Opt. 1: $26.90 PSF/Year 3.5% Annual Increases Opt. 2: $31.94 PSF/Year 3.5% Annual Increases Salon Excellence 1,500 12/01/97 06/30/07 Current $3,849 $2.57 $46,185 $30.79 $24.00 One 5-Year $32.33 PSF/Year 5% Annual Increases Radio Shack 2,250 02/01/06 01/31/11 Current $3,403 $1.51 $40,837 $18.15 $ Arby s 3,000 11/01/99 10/31/19 Current 11/01/09 11/01/ Montmartre Art Gallery 1,500 05/01/04 04/30/09 Current 05/01/07 $4,688 $5,273 $5,933 $2,400 $2,475 $1.56 $1.76 $1.98 $1.60 $1.65 $56,250 $63,281 $71,191 $28,800 $29,700 $18.75 $21.09 $23.73 $19.20 $19.80 $42.00 Two 5-Year Opt. 1: FMR Opt 2: 112.5% of prior FMR $24.00 One 5-Year $21.00 PSF/Year 3% Annual Increases Apple One Employment 1,600 05/01/97 M-T-M Current $3,175 $1.98 $38,101 $23.81 $ Reli
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