The Sears Holdings Corporation (“SHC”) real estate portfolio offers several well positioned buildings to purchase, lease or sublease. Opportunities exist for virtually any size business to establish itself in a variety of attractive markets. The expertise of each SHC real estate associate enables your clients the ability to move quickly and economically while our emphasis on working with local municipalities helps to streamline the entitlement process.
Create a rapid presence within one or more SHC stores. Limited construction requirements allow retailers and brands to quickly and efficiently open for business and sell merchandise and services. There is no faster, economic and more efficient way to sell merchandise regionally or nationally while completely controlling your brand message and how your products are merchandised and sold.
Take advantage of numerous outlot opportunities in some of the most visible retail real estate in the United States in our existing parking lots and Sears Auto Centers throughout the United States. These locations are ideal sites to lease or ground lease for a wide variety of retail uses ranging from 1,000-40,000 square feet which benefits from excellent visibility and access, as well as proximity to the nation’s best shopping centers and malls.
Establish an independent retail space adjacent to an SHC store in our top mall, off-mall, and shopping center locations throughout the United States. Many opportunities exist in locations that are historically supply constrained with high barriers to entry, but SHC associates can create spaces to suit the vast requirements of our tenants.
Lease separately demised retail space in-line with our Kmart stores in the many shopping centers owned or leased by Sears Holdings Corporation. Enjoy all the benefits that proximity to a highly trafficked Kmart store has to offer.
Work with a Sears Holdings Corporation (“SHC”) associate to lease, sublease, ground-lease and/or jointly redevelop some of SHC’s most visible Auto Center locations in areas with high barriers to entry.