We developed a viability and merchandising strategy for the planned Sacking Town Centre complex including preliminary financial, operating pro forma, and return on investment (ROI) analysis.
We needed to prepare a concise marketing information package that was sent to key tenants for the purpose of securing their interest to the Sagkeeng Town Centre. We secured developer interest to work together with the Band to develop this mixed use development.
Retail and commercial development strategy for remote and partially remote native communities in Canada’s North.
Market opportunity for a wholesale/distribution center to service residential, commercial and institutional capital projects in northern Manitoba, east central Saskatchewan, northwestern Ontario and Nunavut.
Prepared for the purposes of revitalizing this community mall as well as identifying its expansion potential and attracting new tenants to the mall expansion.
Development and merchandising strategy for the Samson Mall including preliminary financial and operating pro forma analysis.
Preparation of a business plan completed to assist in attracting financing and tenants to this shopping centre.
Viability of commercial development at various sites being considered for this use. Uses examined included: service station/convenience stores; restaurant/fast food; arts & crafts; and personal services such as a health centre, daycare, and offices.
Development and merchandising strategy identifying the optimum size and type of retail and office development serving both the reserve residents as well as non-residents. We also identified several potential funding options.
Prepared for the Long Lake Cree Nation Band, this business plan identified the optimum retail and commercial development for a site on the reserve as well as a marketing strategy, management & organization structure, and financial statements.