AMELIA`S GROCERY OUTLET Seeking sites in CENTRAL

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AMELIA`S GROCERY OUTLET Seeking sites in CENTRAL
Amelia’s Grocery Outlet
AMELIA’S GROCERY OUTLET
Seeking sites in
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
seeks sites with household
annual incomes ranging
from
$40K - $80K. The
minimum trade area
contains
5,000 people in
a one
(1) mile radius.
Proximity to
conventional
supermarkets is a plus,
co-tenants like Wal-Mart,
Costco, Ross, Marshll’s,
TJMaxx, Jo-Ann Fabrics,
Michael’s, Aaron Bros.,
DollarTree, Big!Lots, & Big5
are acceptable.
Amelia’s
operates in freestanding
buildings, urban storefronts,
and shopping centers.
Please contact Dave Nicholson or Jeremiah Hamilton at LMS Commercial Real Estate about any sites in the following
counties: Adams, Berks, Carbon, Centre, Cumberland, Dauphin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Luzerne, Mifflin, Monroe,
Northumberland, Perry, Schuylkill, Snyder & York
Contacts:
Dave Nicholson
Jeremiah Hamilton
Dave Nicholson
Jeremiah Hamilton
Bradford
Tioga
Susquehanna
Wayne
Wyoming
Sullivan
Lackawanna
Lycoming
Clinton
Montour
Luzerne
Monroe
Columbia
Union
Centre
Snyder
Mifflin
Blair
Juniata
Perry
Dauphin
Huntingdon
Cumberland
Somerset
Bedford
Fulton
Franklin
Adams
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
Carbon
Northumberland
Schuylkill
Cambria
Dave Cell: 717.880.9611
Jeremiah Hamilton: 717.808.6782
Lebanon
Berks
Lancaster
York
Leasing • Management • Sales • Development • Construction • Acquisition
1200 Greensprings Drive
York, PA 17402
717.569.9373
www.LMS-PMA.com
History
Founded in 1959 by James Read, Sr., Grocery
Outlet is the country’s most professional
and best Extreme Value retailer for customers,
offering exceptional consumer values on deeply
discounted merchandise. During the past half
century, we have partnered with over 2,500
consumer packaged goods manufacturers to
source and sell name brands for less. Our
continued focus upon opportunistic buys
(closeout product, excess inventories and
non-aligned brands) has broadened our
merchandise mix to include: dairy, deli, frozen,
produce, beer & wine and dry grocery items.
The Company currently has a Dun & Bradstreet
rating of “AAAAA2” and has never had an
unprofitable year. 2011 was a banner year with
sales of over $1 Billion and also acquiring
the Amelia’s chain of stores in Pennsylvania.
Operating more than 170 stores throughout
Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon,
Pennsylvania and Washington, Grocery Outlet
Site Criteria Requirements
•
•
•
•
15,000 SF - 20,000 SF total (Lease or Purchase)
Prefer 10 year term with options
Prefer Landlord Improvements
Co-tenants with strong retail
synergy, preferably with an anchor
• Minimum frontage 80’, 100’ preferred
• Appealing glass frontage
• Rear loading dock required
• Significant Pylon & Building signage
• Abundant Parking
• 20,000 Minimum traffic count
on fronting street
• Left turn allowed in and out
• Close proximity to a dominant
retail shopping area.
looks for continued growth opportunities
within its current operating areas.
Contacts:
Dave Nicholson
Jeremiah Hamilton
Dave Cell: 717.880.9611
Jeremiah Hamilton: 717.808.6782
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
1200 Greensprings Drive
York, PA 17402
717.569.9373
www.LMS-PMA.com
Leasing • Management • Sales • Development • Construction • Acquisition
Amelia’s Store Site Search Criteria
Market Geography:
South Central PA; expanding into Philadelphia suburbs, Maryland, Delaware
Store Site Locations in Metro areas of region
Lease Rates and Terms:
Mid-Single Digit Rates, NNN, 10 Year term with options, LL Improvements
Ideal Demographics:
1 Mile
5,000 (+/-)
3Mile
50,000 (+/-)
5Mile
100,000 (+/-)
Ideal HH Income Range: $40,000 - $80,000
Store Footprint Size:
Store Dimensions:
15- 20,000/sf
No Less than 78-80’ Store Frontage/ Width (Allows for 6 Aisles)
Increments of 12’ (Allows for extra Aisle; example; 92’, 104’, 116’ wide)
Store Entrance Area:
Rear Area:
Glass windows, entrance/ exit doors
Loading Dock(s) 48” height for tractor trailer deliveries
Up to two docks with service door access/
Dock Door Dimensions 8’ X 8’ minimum
Dock Leveler, Seals, Bumpers present
Electrical Service
Requirements:
Shopping Center:
120 Volt Service /800 AMP /3 Phase
Check center tenancy, lease obligations, deed restrictions, use and municipal
restrictions, regulations, retail food restrictions, etc.
Visibility of Store Front from main road/ street; pylon sign position and presence
Access ease for entering and exiting store site; traffic light; ample parking; pedestrian crosswalk
Access eases for truck deliveries and trash removal at rear of site

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