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Outlets at Lake Elsinore
Lake Elsinore, CA
http://www.outletsatlakeelsinore.com/


Project
 

AN OUTLET CENTER WITH LIFESTYLE CONVENIENCES

Outlets at Lake Elsinore is South Riverside’s destination for outlet shopping.  With excellent visibility and easy access directly from the I-15 freeway, the center is a regional draw for an ethnically diverse population in excess of 900,000.  Multi-million dollar upgrades were completed in 2015.


Site Detail

  • GLA 370,000 SF

  • New, Elevated Freeway Pylon Sign Program

  • 25 Billboard-Style Freeway Signs

  • New Landscaping And Water Features

  • Architectural Façade Upgrades

  • Close Proximity To A Host Of Outdoor And Indoor Entertainment Venues

  • Daily Traffic Count Of 117,000

LEASING


Peter Edelmann

Phone: 844.98.OUTLET

pedelmann@ebdevelop.com

 

Andrew Boyle

Phone: 844.98.OUTLET

aboyle@ebdevelop.com

 

Market

 

OPPORTUNITY AT THE INTERSECTION OF I-15 AND I-215.
Outlets at Lake Elsinore is near the heavily traveled interchange of I-15 heading to Corona and San Diego and to I-215 heading to Riverside and San Diego.  The center enjoys almost a mile of highly visible I-15 frontage and direct access from the Nichols Road Exit. The city of Lake Elsinore is one of the fastest growing cities in California, with a growth rate of 6.3% over the next 5 years, nearly double the U.S. norm of 3.5%.  The trade area encompasses 20 zip codes:  extending 20+ miles north and south (following I-15 and I-215) and 10-12 miles east and west.  Lake Elsinore Outlets draws customers from a large geographic area.  Twenty per-cent of their customers live outside of Riverside County.

Market

  • 370,000 SF Outlet Center 

  • 45+ stores including:  Coach, Nike, AEO, Bath & Body Works, Gap, Guess, Levi’s, Puma, Sunglass Hut, The Children’s Place, Bass, Famous Footwear, Skechers, Vans
     

Population

  • Fashion forward / fashion conscious  

  • Moderate to upper incomes ($100,000 +) 

  • Athletic and health oriented recreation 

  • Racially diverse population (35% Hispanic)

  • 46% college educated

  • Majority employed in professional or technical fields
     

Tourism

  • 4.4 Million Annual Tourists

  • 500,000 Hotel Guests

  • “Action Sports Capital Of The World”