New Property Spotlight
Arguably one of the first strip malls in California, complete with a drive-through, this historic Los Angeles shopping plaza is a revitalized hub of specialty shops and eateries.
Although a historic building built in 1929 during the Spanish Revival, it was ultimately designed for ease of automobile access, featuring big parking spots in its center and a drive-through market. While strip center layouts have changed since, often featuring better parking designs, the initial idea of designing for accessibility is still a key for modern strip centers. When it’s an older center, there are other strategies you can take to increase its convenience factor.
With a restored facade and tenants geared to cater to the bustling Koreatown neighborhood, this particular center is still going strong.
The takeaway for your strip mall – maximize its accessibility and visual appeal and go with the best facility service available (hint: that’s TWS!). For more strip mall success strategies, check out this article.