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City makes Top 25 Retail Markets

Posted: September 16, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: September 16, 2012 2:00 a.m.
 

Santa Clarita was ranked among the “Top 25 City Retail Markets in California” in a 2012 survey based on analysis of 11 years of retail sales data, annual retail sales volume and 2010 year-end estimates.

With more than $2 billion in sales, the city of Santa Clarita ranked higher than Beverly Hills, Burbank, Glendale and Santa Monica, according to the research firm Eureka Group. The retail survey ranks the largest cities in California based on dollar volume, growth rates and sales per outlet.

Santa Clarita’s reputation as a strong retail market emerged after the city formed in 1987. And, in the middle of the Great Recession, city leaders worked with Westfield Valencia Town Center to open more than 40 retailers, several restaurants and two auto dealerships.

Businesses are betting on the success of Santa Clarita as a leading retail market that is poised for continued growth, a spokesman for the city said.

 

California’s Top City Retail Markets
Ranking of top 100 city retail markets

The California Retail Survey announced the rankings of the top 100 city retail markets in California, based on 2010 retail sales. Los Angeles.

                     Retail Sales
Rank  City          2010 ($millions)
1    LOS ANGELES    $26,582
2    SAN DIEGO    $13,062
3    SAN FRANCISCO    $8,972
4    SAN JOSE    $7,729
5    FRESNO    $4,478
6    LONG BEACH    $3,909
7    BAKERSFIELD    $3,645
8    SACRAMENTO    $3,456
9    ONTARIO    $3,099
10    COSTA MESA    $2,927
11    RIVERSIDE    $2,889
12    ROSEVILLE    $2,815
13    ANAHEIM    $2,670
14    TORRANCE    $2,612
15    IRVINE    $2,408
16    STOCKTON    $2,249
17    OAKLAND    $2,246
18    SANTA ANA    $2,236
19    PASADENA    $2,178
20    CHULA VISTA    $2,071
21    SANTA ROSA    $2,025
22    SANTA CLARITA    $2,006
23    BURBANK    $1,932
24    SANTA MONICA    $1,915
25    GLENDALE    $1,894
26    FREMONT    $1,823
27    THOUSAND OAKS    $1,790
28    SAN BERNARDINO    $1,758
29    MODESTO    $1,743
30    ESCONDIDO    $1,728
31    HUNTINGTON BEACH    $1,724
32    CONCORD    $1,705
33    ORANGE    $1,691
34    NEWPORT BEACH    $1,629
35    TEMECULA    $1,627
36    CARLSBAD    $1,623
37    BEVERLY HILLS    $1,613
38    SANTA CLARA    $1,607
39    BUENA PARK    $1,561
40    FONTANA    $1,548
41    CORONA    $1,536
42    OXNARD    $1,508
43    RANCHO CUCAMONGA    $1,505
44    CERRITOS    $1,483
45    SALINAS    $1,404
46    TUSTIN    $1,379
47    VENTURA    $1,348
48    SUNNYVALE    $1,336
49    HAYWARD    $1,308
50    REDDING    $1,298
51    VISALIA    $1,278
52    WALNUT CREEK    $1,272
53    EL CAJON    $1,268
54    GARDEN GROVE    $1,257
55    SANTA BARBARA    $1,218
56    OCEANSIDE    $1,216
57    INDUSTRY    $1,215
58    VICTORVILLE    $1,210
59    CULVER CITY    $1,190
60    ELK GROVE    $1,183
61    CHICO    $1,167
62    PALMDALE    $1,165
63    PALO ALTO    $1,161
64    SAN MATEO    $1,150
65    FOLSOM    $1,146
66    PLEASANTON    $1,145
67    FULLERTON    $1,128
68    VACAVILLE    $1,117
69    SAN LEANDRO    $1,110
70    MISSION VIEJO    $1,096
71    SIMI VALLEY    $1,092
72    PALM DESERT    $1,091
73    CLOVIS    $1,075
74    BREA    $1,069
75    REDWOOD CITY    $1,054
76    SAN RAFAEL    $1,050
77    WESTMINSTER    $1,033
78    SANTA MARIA    $1,017
79    MILPITAS    $1,009
80    CARSON    $1,009
81    LANCASTER    $999
82    MORENO VALLEY    $994
83    DOWNEY    $978
84    WEST COVINA    $977
85    BERKELEY    $970
86    NATIONAL CITY    $959
87    FAIRFIELD    $944
88    LAKEWOOD    $937
89    GILROY    $933
90    DUBLIN    $933
91    ALHAMBRA    $933
92    MOUNTAIN VIEW    $929
93    SAN MARCOS    $911
94    SAN LUIS OBISPO    $907
95    CAMARILLO    $901
96    EL MONTE    $888
97    WEST HOLLYWOOD    $874
98    RICHMOND    $855
99    LIVERMORE    $855
100    CITRUS HEIGHTS    $854

SOURCE:  2012 California Retail Survey

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