More Tenants Join SuperTarget at Palm Coast Landing at Town Center

Developer’s brochure reveals leasing progress at Town Center Big Box Retail site

May 2, 2008 – Palm Coast, FL – Palm Coast Landing at Town Center is the name given to the "big box retailer" location anchored by a new SuperTarget. The center is being developed by Houston, TX based Weingarten Realty Investors. A marketing brochure found on their website (brochure .pdf) reveals some previously unannounced tenants for the site. The current list consists of:
  • SuperTarget
  • Gamestop
  • Payless Shoes
  • Books-A-Million
  • Ross
  • Famous Footwear
  • Michaels
  • TJ Maxx
  • PetsMart
  • Nail Salon
  • Botan Japanese Restaurant
  • The Vitamin Shoppe
  • Mattress Giant
  • Tropical Smoothies
  • Subway
  • Panda Express
  • First Community Credit Union
  • Prosperity Bank
  • McDonalds
The brochure still mentions Linens ‘N Things who pulled out (their location was taken by Books-A-Million) and a spring ’08 opening (now planned for late July). Let’s assume the other information is accurate.
The site map on page 2 shows each store’s location. The following pages reveal much of how a commercial property is presented to potential tenants. Note that population density, growth, and demographics are important as are traffic patterns, future road projects, and the locations of future residential developments and of competing or complimentary businesses.  
2 replies
  1. Carol Gunthorpe
    Carol Gunthorpe says:

    appearance of Town Center

    Town center started looking appealing with the landscaping taking shape. Sadly with the addition of stores in front of the original buildings, I am afraid that it is taking on the look of International Speedway which is less than asthetically beautiful.Greed….grees wins out.

  2. Christian
    Christian says:

    A decent start

    I still feel like Target is losing money by not opening ahead of the rest. I\\’ve been to Target stores in St. Augustine, Daytona, and Jacksonville numerous times over the last few months, and would have gone much more frequently if our local one had been open.

    Also, wasn’t Botan supposed to be at Cobblestone Village? I was there last week, and some of the hoods are installed, but the permits are all faded, and I saw zero activity. I guess this explains that.

    I only wish there were going to be more decent restaurants coming.

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