ShoppingCenters provides site location information for about 44,000 centers across the U.S., including data on center type, status, size, and anchor stores. The database also includes detailed information on over 411,000 tenants. Many retailers and developers use this database for site planning, competitive analysis, and spatial interaction models to determine the effects of co-tenants on sales.
ShoppingCenters, is based on data from the Directory of Major Malls and Competitive Analytics Professionals. The product presents a comprehensive view of shopping centers and their tenants in the U.S.
The Directory of Major Malls database is the primary source for large shopping centers data. CAP compiles shopping center data from the Internet and transforms it into a usable database. CAP is the primary source of data for smaller shopping centers.
Data from each source are merged, and duplicate records are identified and eliminated to create the ShoppingCenters database.
Point-level and geo-summarized data can be accessed through our ENVISION platform. In ENVISION, users can see the top three anchor stores and tenants in reports from the “Location Lists” tool. The report also presents the type of gross leasable area, year opened, number of stores and parking spaces, and other key attributes for each shopping center location.
The ShoppingCenters Summary report in ENVISION presents summarized counts of shopping centers for any trade area by mall type, gross leasable area, number of parking spaces, number of stores, and the number of years the property has been open.
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