Outlets of Little Rock Factsheet

OUTLETS OF LITTLE ROCK
Little Rock, Arkansas
PROJECT DETAILS
Project Type:
Outlet Center
GLA:
325,000 sf
Address:
11201 Bass Pro Parkway
Little Rock, Arkansas 72210
Pulaski County
Outlets of Little Rock will be a truly distinctive shopping destination in
Little Rock, Arkansas. Opening on October 16, 2015 and featuring some
of the best brand names, this 325,000 square foot outlet center will
include approximately 75 stores and be adjacent to the only Bass Pro
Shops store in Arkansas.
With no other outlet center within 145 miles, Outlets of Little Rock will fill a
significant retail void in the market and be a strong statewide draw.
Outlets of Little Rock will have excellent highway access and visibility with
its location at the intersection of I-30 and I-430 and with 95,000 cars
driving by the site daily
LOCATION
▪ Located in Little Rock, the capital city of Arkansas and the most populous
city in the state
▪ Easily accessible with location at the intersection of I-30 and I-430
▪ Excellent visibility with 95,000 cars driving by the site daily
▪ Part of Gateway Town Center, a mixed-use development that includes
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, future office space, hotel, restaurant and
retail venues.
NEW ENGLAND DEVELOPMENT
617.965.8700
NEDevelopment.com
OUTLETS OF LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
430
Exit 1B
DT
00 A
6 1, 0
To downtown
Little Rock 14 miles
Exit 129
30
95
,00
0A
DT
To Clinton National
Airport (LIT) 13 miles
To Hot Springs
40 miles
Otter Creek Rd
AERIAL SITE PLAN
Mabelvale West Rd
Exit 128
Site plan & location
LOCATION
▪ Outlets of Little Rock will benefit from excellent regional access
with its location on I-30, which connects Outlets of Little Rock
with Little Rock, the affluent western suburbs of West Little Rock,
and affluent retirement communities located in nearby Hot Springs.
▪ Access to the site from I-430 will be through a new access ramp
connecting to the I-30 frontage road.
▪ Directional billboards on I-30 east- and west-bound will advise
motorists of upcoming exits.
▪ The adjacent Bass Pro Shops draws strong traffic to the site.
AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC
▪ I-30: 95,000
▪ I-430: 61,000
N
65
40
67
40
430
Little Rock
270
10 MILE RADIUS
TRADE AREA
165
Hot Springs
530
30
30 MILE RADIUS
270
67
Pine Bluff
65
167
79
60 MILE RADIUS
Demographics
DEMOGRAPHICS
▪ The nearest outlet center is 145 miles away in Branson, Missouri.
▪ Nearly 40% of the state’s population is within 60 miles of Outlets
of Little Rock.
▪ Little Rock is consistently ranked among the nation’s top 10
in housing and jobs.
▪ The majority of drive traffic comes from Arkansas, Texas, Missouri,
Louisiana, Illinois and Oklahoma.
2014 TRADE AREA DEMOGRAPHICS
60 miles
Population1,135,187
Households461,964
Average Household Income
$62,090
Daytime Employment
597,008
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STRONG DEMOGRAPHICS
Little Rock MSA Population
is 724,385 with an Average
Household Income of
$63,330.
▪ Little Rock MSA has more
than 20 institutions of
higher learning with
approximately 65,000
students.
▪
MAJOR EMPLOYERS
University of Arkansas for
Medical Sciences: 8,500
Baptist Health: 7,000
Acxiom: 4,388
Little Rock Air Force Base: 4,500
Little Rock School District: 3,511
Central Arkansas Veterans
HealthCare System: 3,500
Entergy Arkansas: 2,738
Pulaski County Special School
District: 2,700
AT&T: 2,613
St. Vincent Health System: 2,600
Source: Greater Little Rock Chamber
of Commerce
TOURISM
▪ 23 million annual visitors
to Arkansas
▪ Estimated $5.9 billion in
annual travel expenditures
▪ 5.8 million annual visitors to
Pulaski County, in which Little
Rock is located
▪ The tour bus market comes
primarily from Oklahoma
and other surrounding states
including Texas, Missouri,
Tennessee, Louisiana and
Mississippi, with year-round
visitation.
▪ Bill and Hillary Clinton
National Airport is located
only 13 miles east of Outlets
of Little Rock and is home
to six carriers with non-stop
service to 12 major U.S. cities.
Source: Arkansas Department
of Parks and Tourism, 2012
Annual Report
NEW ENGLAND DEVELOPMENT
617.965.8700
NEDevelopment.com
Tourism
Located on the banks of the
Arkansas River in the heart of
Little Rock’s River Market District,
the William J. Clinton Presidential
Center attracts 400,000 visitors
annually. It provides 20,000 square
feet of exhibit space chronicling
American history at the turn of the
21st century and hosts free festivals,
musical performances and special
events throughout the year.
Outlets of Little Rock is on the route
to the popular resort area, Hot
Springs, known as “The American
Spa” for its natural hot springs.
About 40 miles away from Outlets
of Little Rock, Hot Springs National
Park receives 1.3 million visitors
each year, and the resorts and
attractions in Garland County draw
over 2.4 million annual visitors.
The Arkansas River Trail System
winds its way through Little Rock
and North Little Rock, connecting
38 parks, six museums and 5,000+
acres of federal, state and local
parkland. Thousands of hikers,
cyclists, skaters, and joggers flock
to the trail to explore its diversity of
habitats, landscapes and activities.
In the heart of downtown Little
Rock, the River Market District
offers a bustling market hall with an
exciting mix of food vendors, as well
as diverse residential, commercial,
entertainment and cultural venues
such as loft apartments, luxury
condominiums, remodeled and newlydeveloped office and retail space,
restaurants, bars, and much more.
The Arkansas State Capitol
building, built over a century ago,
is one of Little Rock’s many tourist
attractions.
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