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  • LEASING INFORMATION

  • THE COLLECTION THE COLLECTION AT RIVERPARK IS A 650,000 SQUARE FOOT,

    OPEN-AIR, SPECIALTY RETAIL CENTER LOCATED IN THE HEART OF

    WEST VENTURA COUNTY. INSPIRED BY THE BEAUTY OF THE

    CALIFORNIA COAST, THE COLLECTION REFLECTS THE UNIQUE

    ATMOSPHERE OF THE SURROUNDING SEASIDE COMMUNITIES.

    The Collection is not just a shopping center, but an experience—tree-lined

    streets, parks, water features, plazas and paseos work together to create a

    classic but casual environment. The center is built around a town grid of

    retail streets, each of which has its own personality—a carefully crafted

    assortment of established and contemporary designer shops, distinctive

    dining, and signature entertainment venues.

    Anchors include Target and a 16-screen Century Theatres already open

    and experiencing strong sales. The area’s only Whole Foods Market and

    REI will both open in the spring of 2013 to an excited community of

    shoppers. This unique tenant mix is designed to cater to the needs of the daily

    customer, as well as those who visit weekly, monthly and in the evenings.

  • GATHER LINGER SMELL TOUCH EXPERIENCE

    TRADE AREAS

    The Collection sits

    in the center of an

    established Primary

    Trade Area that includes

    more than half a million

    people in Oxnard, and

    parts of Camarillo and

    Ventura. The Regional

    Trade Area brings

    the total population

    to nearly 850,000.

    AVERAGE HH INCOME

    AVERAGE HH INCOME

    HOUSEHOLDS $75,000+

    HOUSEHOLDS $75,000+

    $81,708

    $97,002

    70,166

    138,381

    516,754

    849,902

    POPULATION

    POPULATION

    REGIONAL TRADE AREA

    PRIMARY TRADE AREA

  • Santa Barbara

    PRIMARY TRADE AREA

    REGIONAL TRADE AREA

    Santa Cruz Island

    Carpenteria

    Ojai

    Ventura

    Oxnard

    Camarillo

    Thousand Oaks

    Moorpark

    Westlake Village

    Santa Paula

    5-Mile

    10-Mile

    20-Mile

    Malibu

    CE TASTE SEE HEAR LEARN WANDER TEACH

    COLLEGE DEGREE (34.50%)

    COLLEGE DEGREE (41.00%)

    115,370

    222,450

    PROJECTED HOUSEHOLDS (2016)

    PROJECTED HOUSEHOLDS (2016)

    172,094

    297,818

    ESTIMATED HOUSEHOLDS (2011)

    ESTIMATED HOUSEHOLDS (2011)

    161,234

    282,918

    OWNER OCCUPIED UNITS (57.20%)

    OWNER OCCUPIED UNITS (58.90%)

    98,548

    177,511

    NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

    NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

    212,978

    403,305 SOURCE: DEMOGRAPHICSNOW 2011

  • SHOP WATCH WALK SKIP JUMP RUN DINE LAU

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Along the stretch

    of Highway 101 that

    fronts The Collection,

    150,000 cars pass

    each and every day.

    The center has also

    become the perfect

    oasis for the millions

    of travelers who make

    the trip between Los

    Angeles and the Central

    Coast each year.

  • AUGH CHAT RELAX MEET ESCAPE SMILE GRIN

    20 mile

    10 mile

    5 mile

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Cruz Island

    Carpenteria

    Ojai

    Ventura

    Oxnard Camarillo

    Thousand Oaks

    Moorpark

    Westlake Village

    Santa Paula

    Malibu

    SOURCE: DEMOGRAPHICSNOW 2011

    Population 252,280 427,270 661,742

    Median Age 37.20 37.20 36.60

    Households 74,425 130,130 210,903

    Average HH Size 3.34 3.23 3.10

    Average HH Income $75,903 $78,956 $91,485

    Daytime Population 108,528 182,468 276,665

    5-MILES 10-MILES 20-MILES

  • CAFE BISTRO PUB ALEHOUSE GRILL EATERY

    AREA COMPETITION

    Nearest competitors

    include promotional and

    big box centers as well as

    two indoor malls—Pacifi c

    View, catering primarily to

    juniors, and The Oaks,

    located 25 minutes to the

    south over the Conejo

    Grade. Restaurant and

    entertainment choices

    in the area are also fairly

    limited.

  • Y COFFEE SHOP CANTINA STEAK HOUSE BAR

    Santa Barbara

    Carpenteria

    Ojai

    Ventura

    Oxnard Camarillo

    Thousand Oaks

    Moorpark

    Westla Villag

    Santa Paula

    5-Mile

    10-Mile

    20-Mile

    Malibu

    Santa Cruz Island

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    3 4

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    DISTANCE OWNER SF MAJORS

    The Esplanade (2002)

    Pacifi c View Mall (1963)

    Camarillo Outlets (1993)

    The Oaks (1978)

    Paseo Nuevo (1990)

    0.05 miles

    4.15 miles

    6.94 miles

    17.35 miles

    34.50 miles

    Brixmor

    Macerich

    Simon

    Macerich

    Macerich

    480,500

    969,666

    674,000

    1,034,267

    438,000

    Home Depot, Nordstrom Rack

    Macy’s, Target, JC Penney

    Sak’s Off 5th, Neiman’s Last Call

    Macy’s, Nordstrom, JC Penney

    Macy’s, Nordstrom

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    3

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  • LOCAL COMMUNITIES

    The trade area includes

    affl uent neighborhoods

    like Camarillo’s Spanish

    Hills, the Ventura Hills,

    Mandalay, Hollywood

    and Silver Strand

    beaches, Oxnard Marina

    and Ventura Harbor.

    FAMILY FRIENDS NEIGHBORS ACQUAINTANC

    Ventura Hills & Harbor

    Homes and Condos Along the Oxnard Coast

  • CES CELEBRATIONS TRADITIONS MEMORIES

    Mandalay, Hollywood and Silver Strand

    Oxnard Marina

    Spanish Hills

    Master-planned Community of RiverPark

    Ventura Harbor

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    Tim e

    Mandalay Hollywood

    Silver Strand

    Oxnard Marina

    Oxnard

    Spanish Hills

    Camarillo

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    101

    Ventura Hills

    RiverPark

  • TENANT MIX

    The Collection’s mix of

    destination anchors and

    specialty shops, along

    with its unparalleled

    visitor experience

    and soon to be the

    strongest restaurant

    and entertainment

    lineup in the market, are

    designed to attract and

    retain today’s consumer.

    Kabuki Japanese Restaurant opened at The Collection in November 2012.

    ENTERTAINMENT FASHION EQUIPMENT GADG

    Target opened its state-of-the-art store in July 2011.

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