If you are looking for the best regional mall financing, Ocean Pacific Capital has the experience necessary to make it happen quickly at the least possible cost to you. We have been in business since 1977 and have extensive experience with financing regional mall properties and shopping centers all over the world. We pride ourselves on personalized client care with a goal of structuring a regional mall financing plan that perfectly fits your exact needs.
A regional mall is a shopping mall which is designed to service a larger area than a conventional shopping mall. As such, it is typically larger, and offers a wider selection of stores. Given its wider service area, these malls tend to have higher-end stores that need a larger area in order for their services to be profitable. Regional malls are also found as tourist attractions in vacation areas. Super-regional malls are usually shopping centers with over 1 million square feet of retail space and serves as the dominant shopping venue for the region that it serves. Ocean Pacific Capital understands the intracacies of the regional mall industry, which allows us to structure the most appropriate financing solution
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