Attracting new tenants to a development ensures the profitability of the venue long before it is even built. “Coming Soon” signs for new building developments in Los Angeles are crucial marketing tools that more and more management companies rely on. Case in point is the signage that Regency Centers commissioned.
Located at 915 Wilshire Boulevard, Regency Centers Corporation owns, operates, and develops premier shopping centers in Southern California. Case in point is the property in Culver City. It consists of two lots that face each other with a street between them. The client asked us to put together creative “Coming Soon” signs.
We began with a post and panel design that features the leasing agent as well as the developer’s names and logo presentations. This form of co-branding strengthens the message of the sign and boosts interest in the property. We featured an artist’s rendering of the building to encourage prospective tenants to contact the leasing company. Now, each side of the venue presents with its unique signage display.
Building developers are just some of the clients who capitalize on the interest that “Coming Soon” signs generate. There are plenty of other applications, too.
The post and panel sign is ideally suited for building developments. It is large and stands out on the land where the building will go. As construction begins, it is tall and attracts attention. Vinyl banners work well for businesses in existing buildings. Vinyl mesh banners are good choices for construction sites with fencing around them.
Some business clients ask us to make seasonal “Coming Soon” window stickers and A-frame inserts. This approach is an excellent addition to the already existing advertising signage they choose. Most importantly, it shakes up the display of brand messages that the companies display at their locations.
If you are in the market for “Coming Soon” signs for new building developments in Los Angeles County and neighboring Orange County, we can help. Contact our sign shop today to get started on the project.