• Join Dick’s Sporting Goods, Home Goods, Petco, Game Stop, Five Below, Dollar Stree, and Maurices
  • 1,500 to 5,800 SF inline • Shadow anchors Target, Meijer, and Best Buy • Hope College is 3 miles from the center, with an undergraduate population of 3,061.
  • At the intersection of Route 31 and Riley St, the traffic count is 58,362 cars.
  • Benefit from Route 31 being a limited access highway. All of the retailers and restaurants between the Riley Street intersection and Best Buy (in front of Dick’s) have no access on Route 31; therefore, once a consumer has gone north, passed through the Riley Street intersection, then to get back to any of the following tenants: Target, Meijer, Starbucks, Sprint, Panda Express, Giordano’s, Logan’s Roadhouse, Aspen Dental, Red Robin, Taco Bell, AT&T, Huntington Bank, and Lake Michigan Bank, they must turn right at Best Buy and travel on West Shore Drive, passing directly in front of the Riley Center to get to any of the above-mentioned tenants; therefor the Riley Center benefits from all of that traffic as though those tenants were co-tenants to the Riley Center.
  • Population within a 10-mile radius = 138,000+
  • Over 2,000,000 SF of retail along US Hwy 31 in this vibrant Regional Retail Hub.
  • Highest average household income in West Michigan Trade Areas ($111,000)
  • Seeking women’s juniors’ apparel, women’s plus size apparel, children’s apparel, men’s apparel, shoes, optical eyewear, beauty salons, massage spa, beds/mattresses, home furnishing, quick service restaurants, quick casual restaurant, and full-service restaurant.

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