Redmond : Downtown market analysis & business development plan
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The purpose of this analysis is to: provide a comprehensive assessment of potential market support for retail uses in the downtown Redmond commercial district; create an accurate picture of Redmond’s retail industry including the location and characterization of the existing supply of businesses; consumer preferences, needs and buying patterns; and opportunities and challenges for growth and development in the downtown; provide DURAC and the RDP with a factual base for developing strategies to strengthen and diversify the downtown retail base and capture consumer dollars currently flowing out of downtown; recommend business development and marketing strategies to strengthen the retail base downtown and train a team of stakeholders to carry out the strategies to ensure long term success. [From the Plan]
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