ECONSolutions works with a number of cities to support business attraction. A sampling of new businesses coming to our clients include:

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City of Banning

  • ECONSolutions worked with the City of Banning and Sage Investment Co. to reposition a former Kmart, with new retailers including Big 5 Sporting Goods, Hobby Lobby, Marshalls and Party City.
  • A new multi-tenant pad development will also bring three well known users.

City of Diamond Bar

  • ECONSolutions worked with the City of Diamond Bar and Smart & Final to help open a new Smart & Final Extra store on March 16, 2016 in a former Haggen site. On the day of the opening, Pat Barber, Vice President of Smart & Final stated “We’re having a great day in Diamond Bar and very happy to be there.”
  • ECONSolutions also helped facilitate a Lease transaction for WaBa Grill to occupy a Starbucks space in Diamond Bar that became available because of the relocation of Starbucks to a new facility with a drive-thru.

City of Upland

  • ECONSolutions supported Grocery Outlet’s desire to move into a former Fresh & Easy store location in Upland. Bill Coyle, the Vice President for Grocery Outlet said “the new Grocery Outlet had a solid opening and they’re pleased with the location and performance of the new store in Upland.”
  • ECONSolutions also worked with the City of Upland and brokers for Whole Foods that resulted in a transaction for a new 365 by Whole Foods store concept at Sycamore Hills in Upland. The new store will be the first location for Whole Foods in the Inland Region.
  • ECONSolutions is working with the City of Upland and Wood Investments Inc. on plans to reposition a 120,000 S.F. shopping center at the NE corner of Foothill Blvd. and Euclid Ave. Interest is strong from a number of desirable retail anchors and for pad development opportunities.