Strong Transaction Activity in Q1

Lewis Retail Centers, a leading retail center developer and owner, recently reported its transaction activity for the first quarter of the year. The company completed 27 transactions, covering a total of 166,000 square feet across 16 different shopping centers. The transactions included renewals and new leases.

“We’re pleased with the continued strong activity in our retail centers despite the uncertain economic environment,” said Jeff Landis, Vice President – Retail Leasing at Lewis Retail Centers. “Our team has been working hard to find the right tenants for our properties and I think they’ve done an outstanding job.”

Among the notable transactions in the first quarter was the Wildfire Tavern lease at Centennial & Lamb in Las Vegas for 5,620 square feet, and the Ulta Beauty renewal at Eastvale Gateway in Eastvale, CA for 9,998 square feet. The complete list of transactions is as follows:

Adelanto Town Center, Adelanto, CA

  • Car Wash

Alta Loma Square, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

  • Brittany’s Nails

Apple Valley Commons, Apple Valley, CA

  • Eyebrow R Us
  • Cold Stone Creamery

Centennial and Lamb, Las Vegas, NV

  • Wildfire Tavern
  • Taco Bell

Central Park Plaza, Aberdeen, WA

  • Mountain Mikes Pizza

Town Center at The Preserve, Chino, CA

  • Forefront Dermatology
  • The Great Greek

Damonte Ranch Town Center, Reno, NV

  • Slim Chickens
  • Creative Hot Tub Designs
Eastvale Gateway, Eastvale, CA

  • Ulta Beauty
  • Maxim Beauty
  • The Joint

The Resort, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

  • Teaspoon

Norco Village, Norco, CA

  • Great Clips
  • The Sandwich Spot

North Natomas Town Center, Sacramento, CA

  • Panera Bread
  • Fire Wings

Orchards Marketplace, Vancouver, WA

  • Cold Stone Creamery

Redlands Village, Redlands, CA

  • LDS Bookstore

Regency Park Plaza, Vacaville, CA

  • Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonade

“We have a great mix of tenants across our portfolio, which has helped us weather the unpredictable economy and continue to attract new tenants,” said Landis. “We’re looking forward to more positive activity in the coming quarters.”

Lewis Retail owns and operates more than 34 retail centers throughout California and Nevada. The company’s properties are known for their high visibility, strong tenant mix, and attractive design. Its portfolio includes grocery-anchored centers, neighborhood centers, and power centers.