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  • dbergh2 dbergh2 Aug 17, 2012 8:45 AM Flag

    south coast plaza stats

    South Coast Plaza is an upscale-luxury shopping center in Costa Mesa, California, USA, in Orange County. The largest mall in California, its sales of over 1.5 billion are highest in the United States. Its 250 retailers represent the highest concentration of design fashion retail in the U.S, with the second highest sales-volume in California at $800 per square foot—second only to Westfield Valley Fair in San Jose-Santa Clara, at $809 per square foot. The national average is $411 per square foot.[
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Coast_Plaza


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    • .........Westfield Valley Fair in San Jose-Santa Clara, at $809 per square foot. The national average is $411 per square foot<<<<<<<<
      LOL AND ALL you MONEY baggers $$$$$$$$$$$$..lol

      WONDER WHY i and MILLIONS of others...shop TGT ?
      even KOHL'S......JCP ? SEARS?
      i feel WELCOME.......with these shoppers... :O )))

      RICH WESTfield...SNOBS...$$$$$$$$.....WE CAN do without...!!!!!!!!!!!!

      an YOUR STUCK IN DUMB........
      at a BUCK..and six cents.

      (scrathing head ) @ @ ??????????

      ??????????????????

      WHO IN.............H ?

      has made ANYTHING here ? $$$$$$$$$

      TRLG.......well...im sifting thru the hahahah azzzes and ASHES...
      ..hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm (scrathing even more ?? at least it's ALIVE AND BREATHING..
      ANF ? ? $$$$

      later gators..

    • Used to work at South Coast Plaza when I was a teenager. Won't tell you how many years ago that was..lol Even back then, it had a lot of foot traffic. Mall has been much improved over the years...They have really created an upscale mall. And people in the O.C have money to spend...

      • 2 Replies to shope47
      • <<And people in the O.C have money to spend..>>

        A lot of that money is smoke 'n mirrors.

        On one (NB) high-end cul de sac of 12 houses I know, two houses have been foreclosed in the past year, two have been through short sales (w/in 2 yrs) and one is currently in distress. Countless mortgage mods, too.

        Many high-end neighborhoods like the above in OC.

        ...but slowly getting healthier.

      • All 3 new stores seem to be in good locations for people with money. Last year, by the October conference call, Crossman called Soho "our most profitable store" after only being open for 6-8 weeks. Wouldn't be surprised if all 3 of these new stores jumped up that list quickly as well.

        Operating income from retail stores was a pretty pathetic $24,000 first six months of 2011, that's up to $823,000 during the same timeframe this year...so nice to see that these new stores can contribute to both top and bottom lines.

 
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