The world of retail real estate has had a few turbulent years, but as anyone leasing space or developing retail shopping centers knows, that’s nothing new.
At ICSC in May 2023, we’ll be unveiling a new upgrade to the Model Builder tool that we’re very excited about (more on that below). But if you’re still learning about SiteSeer Pro and its many features, allow us to introduce you to Model Builder, one of the most popular features within SiteSeer.
We’re excited to see everyone at ICSC 2023 in Las Vegas in a month! Stop by our booth or schedule a time with us to learn more about new features, free data, and more.
If you’re a subscriber to the SiteSeer Analyst or Enterprise plan, you have access to Model Builder, one of SiteSeer’s most powerful features. Model Builder provides users with the ability to analyze and screen opportunities and compare sites to their best performers.
On May 19, the SiteSeer team is hosting a webinar on our Model Builder tool. We’ve updated this powerful feature and want you to have the latest and greatest information about how it works, what’s new and why you should use the tool if you’re a SiteSeer user.
In early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. The normal routine of socializing, going to work, shopping and dining became social distancing, telecommuting and stay at home orders.
Last month, we rolled out location profiles, which are templates within SiteSeer’s Model Builder tool. These profiles help users through the sometimes-arduous task of building models, whether they have a starting point already or need to cost-effectively build a model from the ground up.
In Model Builder, one of the most popular tools within SiteSeer, users can create hotspots to narrow down hundreds or thousands of locations across a market to those that are likely to offer them the highest chance of securing a successful site. If you’re a broker or shopping center owner or developer, hotspots can supplement your own expertise with data that tells you if the retail or restaurant chain you’re working with is a good fit for your center or not.
In the early days of chain retail expansion, developers would choose sites convenient to where their customers live, work, and shop and hope that sales and profitability would follow.