Shingle Creek Crossing

Retail: Strip Center

1360 Shingle Creek Xing, Brooklyn CenterMN 55430

Property Details

Location

Address
1360 Shingle Creek Xing, Brooklyn CenterMN 55430
County
Hennepin
Submarket
MN - Northwest
Business Park
Shingle Creek Crossing

Building Size

Building Size
11,700 SF

Building Details

Type
 Retail: Strip Center
Number of Buildings
1
Occupancy Type
Multi-tenant
Percent Occupied
68.15%
Building Class
Building Status
Existing
Floors
1
Elevators
Not present
Year Built
2014
Sprinklers
Primary Const.
Brick
Parking Ratio
Air Conditioned
Yes
Expenses
$9.44 Annual/SF

Land & Utilities

Land (Acres)
2.07 Acres
Land (SF)
90,169 SF
Electricity
Yes
Sanitary Sewer
Yes, City, Brooklyn Center
Water
Yes, City, Brooklyn Center
Zoning
C2
Lot Depth
Lot Width

Contacts

Current Listings

Shingle Creek Crossing Retail Space for Lease

Retail For LeaseFloor 1, Suite 210
2,266 SF (Max contig.: 3,726 SF)

Shingle Creek Crossing, formerly the Regional Brookdale

Mall began development in August of 2011, anchoring

Wal-Mart, and LA Fitness. The conversion from mall to Community Center has attracted well known retailers including Michael’s Arts & Crafts, TJ Maxx, Rainbow

Apparel, Rue 21, Five Below, T-Mobile, Qdoba, Applebee's,

and a host of other well established retail chains. In

addition to retail store fronts that are for lease, there are

pad sites for lease/sale to attract uses including sit down restaurants, retail or medical uses.

Though Shingle Creek Crossing has created a revitalization within the current regional trade area, its goal is to continue to attract quality retailers and service providers that will serve and benefit the community and outlying cities. With over 121,000 people residing in a 3-mile radius the retailers have experienced great success at Shingle Creek Crossing. The annual household incomes within 3 miles are comparable too many of the neighboring cities.

Its proximity along Hwy 100 with over 64,000 cars traveling daily is an inherent asset. Bass Lake Road and Xerxes creates a ring road around the development which provides key ingress and egress points to make it convenient for patrons to navigate thru the development. Ample parking and pylon signage for retailers are another selling feature.

Finally, the city of Brooklyn Center has invested significantly in this project to create an aesthetically appealing outdoor attraction with waterways, ponds, and regional trails for biking and walking.

Shingle Creek Crossing, formerly the Regional Brookdale

Mall began development in August of 2011, anchoring

Wal-Mart, and LA Fitness. The conversion from mall to Community Center has attracted well known retailers including Michael’s Arts & Crafts, TJ Maxx, Rainbow

Apparel, Rue 21, Five Below, T-Mobile, Qdoba, Applebee's,

and a host of other well established retail chains. In

addition to retail store fronts that are for lease, there are

pad sites for lease/sale to attract uses including sit down restaurants, retail or medical uses.

Though Shingle Creek Crossing has created a revitalization within the current regional trade area, its goal is to continue to attract quality retailers and service providers that will serve and benefit the community and outlying cities. With over 121,000 people residing in a 3-mile radius the retailers have experienced great success at Shingle Creek Crossing. The annual household incomes within 3 miles are comparable too many of the neighboring cities.

Its proximity along Hwy 100 with over 64,000 cars traveling daily is an inherent asset. Bass Lake Road and Xerxes creates a ring road around the development which provides key ingress and egress points to make it convenient for patrons to navigate thru the development. Ample parking and pylon signage for retailers are another selling feature.

Finally, the city of Brooklyn Center has invested significantly in this project to create an aesthetically appealing outdoor attraction with waterways, ponds, and regional trails for biking and walking.

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Shingle Creek Crossing Retail Space for Lease

Retail For LeaseFloor 1, Suite 212
1,460 SF (Max contig.: 3,726 SF)

Shingle Creek Crossing, formerly the Regional Brookdale Mall began development in August of 2011, anchoring Wal-Mart, and LA Fitness. The conversion from mall to Community Center has attracted well known retailers including Michael’s Arts & Crafts, TJ Maxx, Rainbow Apparel, Rue 21, Five Below, T-Mobile, Qdoba, Applebee's, and a host of other well established retail chains. In addition to retail store fronts that are for lease, there are pad sites for lease/sale to attract uses including sit down restaurants, retail or medical uses.

Though Shingle Creek Crossing has created a revitalization within the current regional trade area, its goal is to continue to attract quality retailers and service providers that will serve and benefit the community and outlying cities. With over 121,000 people residing in a 3-mile radius the retailers have experienced great success at Shingle Creek Crossing. The annual household incomes within 3 miles are comparable to many of the neighboring cities.

Its proximity along Hwy 100 with over 64,000 cars traveling daily is an inherent asset. Bass Lake Road and Xerxes creates a ring road around the development which provides key ingress and egress points to make it convenient for patrons to navigate thru the development. Ample parking and pylon signage for retailers are another selling feature.

Finally, the city of Brooklyn Center has invested significantly in this project to create an aesthetically appealing outdoor attraction with waterways, ponds, and regional trails for biking and walking.

Shingle Creek Crossing, formerly the Regional Brookdale Mall began development in August of 2011, anchoring Wal-Mart, and LA Fitness. The conversion from mall to Community Center has attracted well known retailers including Michael’s Arts & Crafts, TJ Maxx, Rainbow Apparel, Rue 21, Five Below, T-Mobile, Qdoba, Applebee's, and a host of other well established retail chains. In addition to retail store fronts that are for lease, there are pad sites for lease/sale to attract uses including sit down restaurants, retail or medical uses.

Though Shingle Creek Crossing has created a revitalization within the current regional trade area, its goal is to continue to attract quality retailers and service providers that will serve and benefit the community and outlying cities. With over 121,000 people residing in a 3-mile radius the retailers have experienced great success at Shingle Creek Crossing. The annual household incomes within 3 miles are comparable to many of the neighboring cities.

Its proximity along Hwy 100 with over 64,000 cars traveling daily is an inherent asset. Bass Lake Road and Xerxes creates a ring road around the development which provides key ingress and egress points to make it convenient for patrons to navigate thru the development. Ample parking and pylon signage for retailers are another selling feature.

Finally, the city of Brooklyn Center has invested significantly in this project to create an aesthetically appealing outdoor attraction with waterways, ponds, and regional trails for biking and walking.

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