Urbanism, The International Council of Shopping Centers and The Urban Land Institute.
Parking for any new development will be assumed adequate for the proposed uses, with easy access to the retailers in the development. An overall parking ratio of 4.5 cars per 1000 square feet gross, or higher, is anticipated for this town center.
Visibility of any new retail is also assumed to be very good, with signage as required to assure good visibility of the retailers.
Any new development will open with a sustainable amount of retail and anchor tenants, at planned intervals and per industry standards.
Limits of Study The findings of this study represent GPG’s best estimates for the amounts and types of retail tenants that should be supportable at the subject site by 2008-2011. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the data contained in this study reflect the most accurate and timely information possible and are believed to be reliable. This study is based on estimates, assumptions, and other information developed by GPG independent research efforts, general knowledge of the industry, and consultations with the client and its representatives. No
Palm Beach URA, Florida Gibbs Planning Group, Inc. February 8, 2007 (Revised)