shadow anchor

shadow anchor

Understood with reference to an anchor store, which is a retail store that generates a great deal of traffic and attracts business to the shopping center in which it is located. A nearby shopping center would say it is shadow anchored by the same store—the anchor is nearby,but not part of the same center.

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Woodland Plaza, built in 1981, is a multi-tenant retail center with Dollar Tree as a shadow anchor. The Seller had recently completed several new leases and cosmetic improvements to the center before selling.
The site will "shadow anchor" the proposed nearby Super Wal-Mart.
The property also benefits from a strong lineup of shadow anchor tenants including Sam's Club, Home Depot and Aldi.
The property had experienced occupancy declines stemming from the departure of its shadow anchor, Albertsons, in first quarter 2017.
Whether it is an anchor (or shadow anchor) of a retail center, the risk of losing that tenant affects not only the immediate space but also the in-line tenants that feed off the major tenant's traffic.
Rivertowne Square is anchored by PetSmart, Books-A-Million, Shoe Carnival and Wal-Mart Supercenter (shadow anchor) and is home to Panera Bread, Cato, Chipotle, Athletes Foot and Game Stop.
Located at 2351-2499 East Joliet Highway, the property is surrounded by newly constructed properties and shadow anchored by Lowe's and Target.
HFF announces that it has closed the sale of Normandy Shopping Center, a 44,297-square-foot retail strip center that is 98.1% leased and shadow anchored by a Kroger store in the northeast part of Houston, Texas.
The property is shadow anchored by Target and Home Depot.
Timbercrest at Lakeview is a 59,269 square foot shopping centre anchored by Marshalls and shadow anchored by Super Target.
Frank Innaurato, managing director of CMBS analytical services at Realpoint, said a large amount of big-box exposure to shadow anchors in CMBS loans--not part of the CMBS collateral per se--have a direct effect on traffic at any given retail location, including regional or strip malls and power centers.
Leased fee sales data should include percent leased at time of sale (which can be different from percent occupied), a general understanding of prior leased occupancy history, meaningful remaining lease terms at time of sale, general escalations for remaining lease terms, and presence or absence of shadow anchors in addition to the rent information.