1 6300 East Livingston Avenue Reynoldsburg, OH NOW LEASING Developed by: Red Raider Capital, LLC John Royer, CRE, SIOR Eric Morton Dublin Road Columbus, Ohio FAX All information furnished regarding property for sale or lease is from sources deemed reliable but not made as to the accuracy thereof, and some is submitted to errors, omissions or other cancellations, prior sale or lease or withdrawal from market without notice, warranty or representation.
2 OVERVIEW On behalf of Red Raider Capital, LLC, 6300 East Livingston Avenue is being offered for lease. This retail building is situated on acres in the Brice and Livingston Corridor. It offers 52,639 square feet, which will join the new Valu King grocer.
3 OFFERING STATEMENT Address: 6300 E. Livingston Avenue Reynoldsburg, Ohio County: Retail Property Size: Year Built: Franklin /- Acres Original construction 1972, Renovated 2001 Total Available Space: Minimum Available: Maximum Contiguous: Base Rental Rate: CAM: Outparcel: 52,639 SF 30,000 SF 52,639 SF $ $7.50 Net 2010 estimated at $1.75/SF $400, per acre
4 LOCATION This acre site consists of 52,639 square feet of retail space and is located in the City of Reynoldsburg, Ohio. The site is more specifically located east of I-270 and north I-70 at the northeast corner of the signalized intersection of Brice Road and Livingston Avenue.
5 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The acre site located at 6300 East Livingston Avenue consists of 52,639 square feet of retail space and is located in the City of Reynoldsburg, Ohio. The site is more specifically located east of I-270 and north of I-70 at the northeast corner of the signalized intersection of Brice Road and Livingston Avenue. This intersection has traffic counts as high as 30,000 cars per day. This site has excellent visibility along Livingston Avenue with a total of 460 feet of frontage and excellent signage along both Livingston Avenue and Brice Road. The site is located within the Brice Road Retail Corridor. The site was originally occupied by Big Bear from 1971 until 2004 where it was consistently a top ten store for the company. In 2001, Big Bear renovated the building and spent over $2,000,000 in improvements primarily to the exterior facade. Shortly after renovating the store, Big Bear Stores filed for Federal Bankruptcy Protection of which they never emerged. The site presents a tremendous opportunity for retailers to capture shoppers from a very dense local population. Populations in a 1-mile and 3-mile radius are 10,725 and 93,709 respectively and average household income approximates $60,126. The new grocer Valu King, recently opened in this site. Valu King is being positioned as Giant Eagle s discount food store, featuring the grocer s Valu Time private label brand of lower-priced foods. Although it isn t tied in to the main Giant Eagle brand, Valu King offers value pricing by selling a limited assortment of merchandise at low prices.
6 SITE INFORMATION Address: Total Available Space: Zoning: Traffic Count: Signage: Parking: 6300 E. Livingston Avenue Reynoldsburg, Ohio ,639 SF CC - Community Commerce District which allows general retail and office uses in the City of Reynoldsburg. 19,700 headed East from Brice Road along Livingston Ave. and 30,600 at Brice and E. Livingston Ave. Monument signs are allowed along Brice Road and Livingston Avenue with a maximum height of 10 feet. The face of the sign can be a maximum of 50 square feet. Tenants can also have a wall sign equal to a maximum of two feet per linear square feet of store frontage. The city has communicated that they would consider a variance as variances have been granted in the past on similar projects /- Spaces/5.3 per 1,000 SF
8 AERIALS, CONT D Site Aerial View From the west looking east
9 AERIALS, CONT D Site Aerial View From the south looking north
10 SITE PLAN
11 SITE ALTERATION
12 VALU KING LAYOUT
13 VALU KING LAYOUT
15 DEMOGRAPHICS Reynoldsburg, Ohio 6300 E Livingston Avenue 1,3 and 5 mile radius
18 JOIN VALU KING This site is host to the new grocer Valu King. Valu King is being positioned as Giant Eagle s discount food store, featuring the grocer s Valu Time private label brand of lower-priced foods. This is one of the first Valu King stores, with a few others located in the Cleveland area. Although it isn t tied in to the Giant Eagle brand, Valu King offers value pricing by selling a limited assortment of merchandise at low prices.
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21 CONTACT For Leasing Information Contact: John W. Royer, CRE, SIOR Eric Morton
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