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DEVELOPMENT LAND FOR SALE WHITE RIVER RIDGE Safari Road Branson, MO 65616 $11,760,000 7.3 million visitors to Branson annually Property Website: sale.svn.com/branson Branson Website: www.explorebranson.com Presented By: Tom Rankin, CCIM 2808 S. Ingram Mill, A100 Springfield, MO 65804 (417)887-8826 The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. Table of Contents 1 Executive Summary Executive Summary 2 Additional Information 3 Branson Demographics 4 Advisor Profile The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. 1 . Executive Summary Executive Summary WHITE RIVER RIDGE Safari Road Branson, MO 65616 List Price $11,760,000 Price per Acre $35,000 Price per S.F. $0.80 Gross Acres 336.00 Topography Rolling 7.3 million visitors to Branson annually Cross Street Hwy 265 Tax Parcel Number Market Branson Sub Market Branson Electrical Yes Water Yes Sewer Yes Gas No Property Descriptions Ingress/Egress From Hwy 165, Hwy 265, Green Mountain Drive and Safari Road. Zoning Ideal for various mixed use development: retail, amusement, themed retail, condominiums, time share, golf courses, just to name a few. Area 7.8 Million Visitors to Branson in 2006 who spent $1.5 Billion in the area. Branson has over 440 restaurants (37,048 seats), 12 golf course, 207 lodging facilities (18,578 rooms), 52 theaters (58,627 seats, more theater seats that New York City’s Broadway District), 3 outlet malls with over 200 retailers and the new $420 Million, 95 acre Branson Landing Lifestyle Development. Property Located in the heart of Branson. Visit: http://www.explorebranson.com http://cityofbranson.org http://www.bransonconvention.com The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. 2 . Additional Information www.s vn ranki n co .co m Locator Map The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. Taney County Assessor Map The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www.s vn ranki n co .co m Site Plan & Topographical Map The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m City Sewer Map of Site The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Aerial Photo of Site looking Northeast The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Aerial Photo of Site looking Northeast - 2 The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Aerial Photo of Site looking West The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Aerial Photo of Site looking West - 2 The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Google Map of Branson & Site The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Google Map of Site Looking West The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. www. s vn ran ki n co .co m Google Map of Site The information listed above has been obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we accept no responsibility for its correctness. 3 . Branson Demographics Fact Sheet BRANSON/LAKES AREA 2007 FACT SHEET Rev. 2-8-07 OVERVIEW: Branson, Missouri is situated in Southwest Missouri, 35 miles south of Springfield. Branson is ranked 20th among all overnight leisure vacation destinations in the country. 2006 TOURISM • Estimated 7.8 million visitors in 2006 IMPACT: • $1.5 billion spent in the area in 2006 • Tourism is the Branson/Lakes Area’s chief industry. 2006 VISITOR • 28% of visitors are families DEMOGRAPHICS: • 72% of visitors are adults/seniors • 83% travel to Branson via personal vehicle • 5% visit via motorcoach • Average age is 59.1 years • Average length of stay is 4.3 nights • Average amount spent is $779 per trip • 12% of visitors come from 100 miles or less • 22% of visitors come from 101-300 miles away • 66% of visitors come from outside a 300 miles radius • On a 1 to 5 rating scale, visitor satisfaction measures a 4.63 Winter (January - March) Overall percentage of visitors: 7.7% Families: na Adults <65: na Adults 65+: na Party Size: 2.8 Spring (mid-March - May) Overall percentage of visitors: 15.4 % Families: 9.6% Adults <65: 47.9% Adults 65+: 44.5% Party Size: 2.7 Summer (June - August) Overall percentage of visitors: 38.2% Families: 46.9% Adults <65: 49.7% Adults 65+: 21.5% Party Size: 3.6 Fall (September - October) Overall percentage of visitors: 16.7% Families: 8.1% Adults <65: 50.9% Adults 65+: 42.3% Party Size: 2.6 Holidays (November - December) Overall percentage of visitors: 22% Families: 14.2% Adults <65: 64.8% Adults 65+: 45.4% Party Size: 2.8 CITY OF BRANSON Population: 6,050 (2000 census) FACTS: 18 square miles Total assessed property value: $378,000,000 RESTAURANTS: 440 RESTAURANT 37,048 SEATS: GOLF COURSES: 12 LODGING 207 FACILITIES: NUMBER OF 18,578 ROOMS: NUMBER OF 52 THEATERS: NUMBER OF 58,627 THEATER SEATS: Branson boasts more theater seats than New York City's Broadway district. SEASONS: Branson is a year-round destination with most of the entertainment offerings open mid- March through the end of December. Throughout the year, large special events such as BransonFest (March), Veterans Homecoming (November) and Ozark Mountain Christmas (November and December) offer visitors a special reason to visit. SUMMARY OF 91% - Shopping ACTIVITIES: 85% - Shows (% of visitors enjoying 29% - Lake/Outdoor Activities each activity) 24% - Theme Parks 5% - Golf SHOWS: The Branson/Lakes Area offers 52 theaters and more than 100 shows. Audiences can see shows throughout the day – breakfast shows, matinees and evening performances round out a full day of great entertainment. Country, pop, swing, rock n’ roll, gospel, classical and Broadway-style music and productions join comedy and magic shows to provide visitors a wide array of entertainment choices. MUSICAL HISTORY: Branson’s entertainers began performing for audiences in the early 1950’s when country legend Red Foley moved to Springfield to host the “Ozark Jubilee.” In 1959, the Mabe Brothers began performing twice a week in a converted building down by the Lake Taneycomo waterfront. In 1962, the Presley family began entertaining visitors in nearby Kimberling City. The Presleys built the first theater along Highway 76 (“The Strip) in 1967, followed by the Mabe Brothers, now known as the Baldknobbers, who built their theater in 1968. Branson rose to national prominence as an entertainment destination during the early 1990’s when the CBS program “60 Minutes” dubbed the area the “Country Music Mecca”. Since then, an increase in the number and diversity of shows, attractions and lodging amenities (and resulting visitors) has made Branson one of the top vacation destinations in the country. SHOPPING: Branson is home to three outlet shopping malls with more than 200 retailers. Visitors can find contemporary clothing, gift items, housewares, designer shoes, luggage and myriad other treasures at reduced prices throughout the year. Historic Downtown Branson is also a shopper and diner’s delight. An old-fashioned 5 & 10, several boutiques and specialty stores combined with quaint eateries make the downtown area truly special. New in 2006 is Branson Landing, a $420 million, 95-acre development along Lake Taneycomo blending over 100 retail shops with dining, luxury lodging, riverwalk, town square, marinas, and nightlife into a dynamic, waterfront setting. LAKE ACTIVITIES: The Branson/Lakes Area is home to three scenic lakes offering fishing, boating, parasailing, jet skiing and swimming. While the lakes all offer great fishing for novice and professional anglers, each has its specialty. Table Rock Lake offers world-class bass fishing. Lake Taneycomo, with its cold waters, offers superb trout fishing. Bull Shoals Lake is also an angler’s paradise especially for tournament bass fishing. OUTDOOR Located in the rolling Ozark Mountains, the Branson/Lakes Area is ideal for canoeing, ACTIVITIES: camping, hiking, biking, birdwatching and simply wandering through the hills. World- class golf courses provide golfing opportunities for the scratch player and novice alike. The Branson/Lakes Area is dedicated to enhancing its natural environment and preserving its lakes and waterways. GETTING TO Branson is conveniently located within a day’s drive of more than half the country’s BRANSON: population. The Springfield-Branson National Airport (SGF) is approximately 43 miles from Branson and serves all of Southwest Missouri with 70 daily flights connecting to eight international airports via six airlines. Choose from Allegiant Air, American Connection, American Eagle, Delta Connection, Northwest Airlink and United Express. These airlines offer direct flights to and from Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas/Ft Worth, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Memphis, Minneapolis, Orlando, Tampa and St. Louis and one stop service to 476 domestic cities and 40 international destinations. GENERAL Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce CONTACT: P.O. Box 1897, 269 State Highway 248 Branson, Missouri (MO) 65615 Administration Phone: 417-334-4084 Administration Fax: 417-339-4139 Visitor Information: 800-214-3661 or 417-334-4136 Web Site: www.explorebranson.com PRESS CONTACTS: Lynn Berry Phone: 417-334-4084 ext. 337, Fax: 417-337-5887 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Branson/Lakes Area demographic profile Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce & Convention & Visitors Bureau PO Box 1897 Branson Missouri 65615 417.334.4084 phone 417.334.4139 fax www.explorebranson.com population housing Stone County (2001) 28,658 Based on 2000 Census Taney County (2001) 39,703 Housing units 19,688 City of Branson (2001) 6,050 Homeownership rate 68.9% The Branson/Lakes Area sees over Housing units in multi u n i t structures 19.7% Median value owner-occupied housing $93,500 7 million visitors annually which can swell Households 16,158 the daily population up to 65,000. Persons per household 2.37 Persons under 5 years old (2000) 6.1% Source: U.S. Census Bureau Persons under 18 years old (2000) 2.4% Persons 65 years old & over (2000) 16.2% cost of living Taney County Land Area Square Miles 632 Cost of Living Index Comparison Taney County Persons Per Square Mile 62.8 Index (mean=100) Source: U.S. Census Bureau Branson/Springfield, MO 88.2 St. Louis, MO 106.2 taxes Des Moines, IA 95.1 Sales Tax Oklahoma City, OK 90.7 State 4.225% Dallas, TX 96.4 Taney County 1.75% Stone County 1.75% Shreveport, LA 91.2 City of Branson 1.50% Hot Springs, AR 88.6 Tourism Tax Memphis, TN 90.1 Entertainment/lodging 4.0% Nashville, TN 97.1 Food/beverage .5% Myrtle Beach, SC 94.9 City of Branson Orlando, FL 99.2 Total Retail 7.475% Source: www.accra.org Total Restaurants 7.975% Total Hotels, Theatres, & Ticketed Attractions 11.475% health care Branson Hospitals Property Tax (per $100 assessed value) Skaggs Community Health Center - Skaggs is a Taney County none 125-bed full-service hospital and outpatient facility Stone County .03 that provides a full range of healthcare services. Skaggs Regional Cardiac Ce n t er began their School Districts highly respected cardiovascular surgery program in July 2002. Branson 3.37 Forsyth 3.38 The Branson/Lakes Area also has satellite centers Hollister 3.99 for Cox and St. John’s hospitals headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. Reeds Spring 3.46 Area Hospitals (Springfield) Taxes are also levied depending on Cox Health System fire district and health services St. John’s Regional Health System Source: City of Branson Assisted Living Facilities Beverly Healthcare Income Tax Branson Meadows Assisted Living Missouri Income Tax: Graduated rate; highest i s Forsyth Nursing & Rehab $315 plus 6% over $9,000. Pa rt of the fe deral Point Lookout Christian Health Care taxes paid are subtracted from the net income to Wedgewood Gardens Assisted Living determine the state taxable income. Retirement Communities The Oaks Retirement Community Average Employment by Industry 2001 labor force & employment Construction (1,583) Taney County Labor force 33,440 Unemployment Rate 4.2% Manufacturing (1,375) Stone County Labor force 14,590 Transportation & Utilities (1,272) Unemployment Rate 5.8% Wholesale Trade (545) factoids Retail Trade (4,570) Restaurants 408 Finance, Insurance, Real Estate (1,033) Number of Restaurant Seats 35,056 Lodging Facilities 201 Service (7,899) Number of Rooms 17,849 Government (492) Theatres 45 Number of Theatre Seats 55,967 Outlet Shopping Malls 3 Source: Missouri LocationOne® Source: City of Branson 2005 utilities income & wage rates Electric Companies: Median Household Income $31,997 Empire Electric, KAMO Electric Coop, Avg. Annual White River Valley Electric Coopera t i ve Employment Categories Salary (2000) Natural Gas Companies: Agriculture & Mining $36,556 Amerigas Propane, Missouri Gas Energy, Construction $23,764 M FA P r o p a n e, Ozark Natural Gas Company, Manufacturing $20,696 Town & Country Propane Transportation $31,096 Water Service: Wholesale Trade $27,300 P r ov i ded by municipal utilities and rural public Retail Trade $14,716 water supply districts. Fire $18,564 Telephone Service: Services $20,540 CenturyTel is the main provider. Government $23,660 Cable Television: Overall Average $24,099 Classic Cabl e, Cox Communications, Mediacom Source: Missouri LocationOne® 2003 pull factors 2003 EBI* Income Adj. Trade Area County Adjusted 2002 County (Median) Percent Retail Sales Capture Population Pull Factor Pull Factors Taney $29,516 0.85205392 $897,204,000 79,322.77 41,300 1.92 1.93 Stone $31,019 0.89544182 $193,955,000 16,316.89 30,000 0.54 0.58 State Retail Sales $76,045,715,000 *EBI – Effective Buying Income is total money income minus personal & real estate taxes. Money income includes income from wages, self-employment, interest, dividends, rent, retirement, State Per Capita Retail Sales $13,274.75 unemployment, disability, public assistance, alimony, child support, and other periodic payments. State Population 5,728,600 EBI, Retail Sales and Population figures taken from October 2004 issue of Sales and Marketing Management State Per Capita EBI $36,641 schools & universities airports School Districts Regional Airports Taney County: Boone County Airport - Harrison, Arkansas Bradleyville R-I, Branson R - I V, M. Graham Clark - Point Lookout/Branson Forsyth R-III, Hol l i s ter R - V, Northwest Arkansas Regional - Fayetteville Kirbyville R-VI, Mark Twain R-VIII, Taneyville R-II Springfield-Branson Regional (SGF) Stone County: Springfield Downtown Blue Eye R-V, Crane R-III, Galena R-II, Branson Regional Airport (proposed) Hurley R-I, Reeds Spring R-IV Branson Colleges useful links College of the Ozark s, Point Lookout Ozarks Technical Community College, Branson/Lakes Area Chamber & CVB www.explorebranson.com satellite facility City of Bra n s o n Area Colleges and Universities www.cityofbranson.org Bolivar Ozarks Regional Economic Pa rtnership Southwest Baptist University www.ozarkspartnership.com Springfield U. S. Census Bureau Baptist Bible College www.census.gov Central Bible College G r e a t H i r e s.org - Missouri’s Wo rkforce Resource Drury University greathires.org Evangel University MO Department of Economic Deve l o p m e n t Southwest Missouri State University www.ded.mo.gov Ozarks Technical Community College MO Secretary of State Webster Univeristy, satellite facility www.sos.mo.gov Neosho National Small Business Association Crowder Community College www.sba.gov mileage to branson climate City Mileage City Mileage Average Annual Temperature 67/45˚ Arkansas: Fort Smith 159 Missouri: Hannibal 278 Average Precipitation 45 inches Little Rock 172 Jefferson City 174 Joplin 123 Average High/Low Georgia: Atlanta 758 Kansas City 215 January 42/22˚ St. Louis 253 Illinois: Chicago 547 February 48/26˚ Peoria 424 Mississippi:Biloxi 673 March 58/35˚ Jackson 507 Indiana: Indianapolis 499 April 67/44˚ Nebraska: Lincoln 411 May 76/53˚ Iowa: Dubuque 585 Omaha 401 Des Moines 401 June 85/62˚ Ohio: Cincinnati 609 July 90/67˚ Kansas: Topeka 273 Cleveland 811 Wichita 356 Columbus 674 August 90/66˚ September 81/57˚ Kentucky: Lexington 588 Oklahoma: Oklahoma City 334 Louisville 510 Tulsa 230 October 71/46˚ November 56/35˚ Louisiana: New Orleans 693 Tennessee: Chattanooga 688 December 46/26˚ Shreveport 396 Memphis 301 Nashville 557 Source: National Weather Service Minnesota: Minn/St. Paul 677 Texas: Dallas 433 Missouri: Cape Girardeau 345 Houston 716 Carthage 114 San Antonio 707 Source: www.randmcnally.com 4 . Advisor Profile Tom Rankin, CCIM Advisors Sp e r r y Van N e s s Ad v is o r s Tom Rankin serves as a senior advisor for Sperry Van Ness, specializing in the sale of industrial and retail property in Springfield and Southwest Missouri. With 20 years of commercial real estate experience, Rankin has secured over 500 transactions, closing 40 in 2005. Prior to joining Sperry Van Ness, Rankin served as the managing member of Rankin Company, LLC, which he founded in 1990 and focused on the sale of industrial, retail, office and land property. He also developed the North Creek Business Park, a 100-acre distribution and office warehouse development in Northeast Springfield. Additionally, he developed several industrial built-to-suit projects including a 49,000 SF facility for Univar, USA, a 60,000 SF facility for American Tire Distributor, an 80,000 SF facility for PrimeSource Building Products, a 70,000 SF Spec Distribution Facility designed for multiple tenants, as well as a 42,000 SF facility for Frito-Lay in Joplin, Missouri. Tom Rankin Among his accomplishments are being recognized with the “40 Under Senior Advisor 40” award in 2000 by the “Springfield Business Journal”, for outstanding Sperry Van Ness community and professional services; the “Big Brother of the Year” award in 1994 given by the Big Brothers/Big Sisters; and being awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2001 from Missouri State University’s Catholic Campus Ministries. As an active commercial real estate Advisor, Rankin’s professional memberships include: the Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute; the Springfield Board of Realtors; the Missouri Association of Realtors; National Association of Realtors; and the National Association of Industrial and Office Professionals. Rankin earned a Bachelor of Science in finance and minor in real estate from Missouri State University.
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