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    Case Study: Retail Repositioning for NewMark Merrill Companies

    Real Estate EconomicsDevelopment FeasibilityRetailValue-Add & Repositioning

    NewMark Merrill Companies, Inc. (“NewMark”) was considering redevelopment and repositioning opportunities, including a retail center in their portfolio. The company engaged RCLCO to help determine whether the center would be appropriate to redevelo...

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    Case Study: Strategic Market Analysis for Purdue Discovery Park District

    Real Estate EconomicsAnchor Institution SupportDevelopment FeasibilityMultifamilyRetail

    Old Town Companies retained RCLCO to conduct a quantitative market analysis for the residential uses, which are envisioned in a Traditional Neighborhood Development (“TND”) format....

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    Case Study: Market Opportunity Analysis for Sacramento City Center

    Real Estate EconomicsCompetitive-Edge StrategiesDevelopment FeasibilityRetailSports District Development

    With the Sacramento Kings poised to build a new arena in Downtown Sacramento, the time was ripe for land owners around the planned stadium to explore changes in market conditions driving development from the improvements that the arena would catalyze....

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    Case Study: Re-Use Plan and Real Estate Strategy for Landmark Mall

    Real Estate EconomicsPartner SelectionRetailValue-Add & Repositioning

    Landmark was a mid-1960, 675,000 square foot regional shopping center with Macy’s (originally Hechts), Sears and Lord & Taylor (originally Woodward & Lathrop) anchors. Originally an open air center, it was enclosed in the 1990s to improve its competi...

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    Case Study: Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District

    Real Estate EconomicsFiscal & Economic ImpactPublic SectorRetail

    The Capitol Riverfront BID is well-situated in a downtown adjacent, Metro-accessible location, without the constraints of being built out on an FAR and zoning basis. However, in the District of Columbia, investment in locations along the Green Line—i...

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