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        Retail for lease in District 1

        • 5.0 out of 5 with 3 ratings

        Where are your customers located? 

        Choosing the right location starts with your target customer. Where do they shop? If you’ve been operating online, use data to understand your customers’ habits. 

        Tim Hargis, partner at West Equity and former Vice President of Business Development and Real Estate Strategy at Tuft & Needle, advises thinking about customer acquisition when choosing a location. He says, “Consider how you’re going to drive potential customers into your store. Are you going to depend on high volume foot traffic … or rely on your internal marketing efforts to create awareness?”

        What kind of environment will be most conducive to your business?

        Do you want to be in a traditional mall, an open-air center, or a street location? Identifying the type of center will help narrow your search.

        There are advantages and downsides to each type of location. Traditional shopping centers can draw more traffic. The landlord will often curate the merchandising mix, offer security, and care for the common areas. 

        Free-standing buildings could be less expensive. However, you have less control over your neighbors and the environment outside of your location. 

        Who are your ideal co-tenants? 

        List out your ideal co-tenants. Who will complement your business and drive traffic to your store?

        Are you a wellness brand?

        Opening a store next to like-minded tenants such as fitness concepts or juice bars may help drive cross-shopping. 

        What are the requirements for your business to operateDo you need a bathroom or a sink? Do you want designated parking spaces for pick-up?

        It’s essential to think about the size of your space, necessary utilities, and parking requirements.

        Local city governments will also have different requirements based on your use. Investigating these mandates will save valuable time and resources.

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        • 55 - District 1
        • Office space:
          135sqm
        • Price: 25.5(usd/sqm/month)

        • Grade : Class C
        • Updated on: 01/02/2023
        • Retail Leasing Price

          From $24 sqm to $70 sqm

          From $24 sqm to $70 sqm

        • Retail Leasing in District 1
          • Retail Leasing in District 1: Central Park, Central Garden, Ben Thanh Building, The Lancaster, Vimedimex, The Metropolitan.
          • Retail Leasing in District 1: Central Park, Central Garden, Ben Thanh Building, The Lancaster, Vimedimex, The Metropolitan.
        • Experiences to pick Retail Leasing in District 1

          Criteria to pick Retail Leasing in District 1

          • Presence
          • Easy access
          • Convenient parking
          • Business space
          • Contract with negotiable terms
          • Good Location
          • Inside Location
          • Competitors and nearby tenants
          • Demographic diversity
          • Traffic flow
          • Attractive neighbors
          • Ask experts for more consulting (SAIGON OFFICE always available to support for free)

          Criteria to pick Retail Leasing in District 1

          • Presence
          • Easy access
          • Convenient parking
          • Business space
          • Contract with negotiable terms
          • Good Location
          • Inside Location
          • Competitors and nearby tenants
          • Demographic diversity
          • Traffic flow
          • Attractive neighbors
          • Ask experts for more consulting (SAIGON OFFICE always available to support for free)
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