The Shoppes at Webb Gin
Regional Market / Submarket: Atlanta, GA/Gwinnett County
Year Built: 2006
Gross Leasable Retail Area: 333,795 square feet
Gross Leasable Office Area: 17,212 square feet
Population (10 miles): 573,389
Avg. HH Income (3/10 miles): $88,311/$75,047
Key Tenants: Barnes & Noble, DSW Shoes, American Eagle Outfitters, Brighton Collectibles, The Children’s Place, Crazy 8, Francesca’s, Gymboree, Kirkland’s, Kay Jewelers, LOFT, Chico’s, White House | Black Market, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Sprouts Farmers Market, Pure Barre, Sleep Number, Orangetheory Fitness, Victoria’s Secret, H&M, Hollywood Fed and Ted’s Montana Grill.
Located within the Atlanta MSA, The Shoppes at Webb Gin is a premium open-air, mixed-use shopping destination. Delivered in 2006, The Shoppes at Webb Gin has transformed the retail landscape of Gwinnett County. With 333,795 square feet of high-quality shopping and dining, plus 17,212 square feet of office space, this outdoor fashion center is populated by a specialty mix of apparel, accessories and home retailers as well as a strong variety of casual and fast casual restaurants.
About the Trade Area:
Located in Gwinnet County, The Shoppes at Webb Gin serves a consumer base within a populous trade area comprised of Lawrenceville, Snellville, Lilburn, Loganville, Grayson and Gwinnett County. Nearly half of the residents have children under the age of 18, and more than 40 percent of the residents have incomes of $75,000+. Gwinnett County Public Schools is the largest school system in Georgia and the 15th largest in the U.S. with an estimated enrollment of 162,000 students. Within the immediate vicinity of The Shoppes at Webb Gin are 10 public high schools, one of which made the U.S. News and World Report national top 10 list. Combined high school enrollment totals more than 20,000.
Home to leading Fortune 500 companies like AGCO Corporation, Primerica and Cisco Systems, Gwinnett County offers invaluable opportunity for corporate headquarter and regional office locations and has been named among America’s “Hottest Cities for Business Relocation and Expansion” by Expansion Management magazine.
There are approximately 80,492 daytime employees within the primary trade area. Of that, 67 percent are white-collar workers with 66 percent having some college education or higher.