Scott Laeber

Scott Laeber

Senior Vice President

License # 01232807

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About

Professional Summary

My focus is on Retail Leasing and Sales throughout Northern California. I work directly with Tenant expanding their existing presence in the market as well as new concepts looking to rollout into the Northern California trade area. It's important to establish a strategic growth plan to identify and secure the right opportunities for each concept to ensure their success. I look to create long term partnerships with my Tenants. Their success is my success.

Accomplishments

Tenant Representation

  • PizzaRev
  • Wingstop Restaurants - 16 locations (Rollout to the market)
  • Corner Bakery Café - 8 location in development (Rollout to the market)
  • Sport Clips - 21 locations (Rollout to the market)
  • Check Into Cash - 22 locations (Expanding)
  • Jiffy Lube - 5 build to suit locations
  • KinderCare - 1 build to suit location
  • Baskin Robbins - looking for expansion opportunities
  • Burger King - looking for expansion opportunities
  • Taco Bell - looking for expansion opportunities


Landlord Representation

  • Carmichael Village
  • El Dorado Hills Town Center
  • Yuba City Marketplace
     

Memberships & Involvements

  • International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

Clients

Wingstop Restaurants, Corner Bakery Cafe, Burger King, Taco Bell, Shari's Restaurants, Dunkin Brands, Sport Clips, Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Round Table Pizza

Services

Service Lines
Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation
Property Types
Retail
Featured Research
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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, retailers and restaurants across the country have been shuttered or gone to take out only since mid-March 2020. The first wave of closures and layoffs were in the retail, restaurant, hospitality, and service sectors, which has rocked the retail market especially hard.
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