30A — March 19 - April 15, 2021 — Retail Development Reimagined — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


R etail D evelopment R eimagined

Recently constructed multi-tenant retail building fully leased Soloff Realty and Development brokers three deals with an aggregate lease value of over $2.1M

ICKLERVILLE, NJ — Panda Express, Jersey Mike’s, and THRIVE Af- fordable Vet Care are the new tenants in the recent- ly completed multi-tenant retail build- ing at 3421 Black Horse P i ke ( Rt e . 42), in Washington Township, Sicklerville. Richard Soloff of Soloff Realty and Development brokered these transactions S Richard Soloff

with an aggregate lease value of over $2.1 Million. The construction project was completed during the pandem- ic; Panda Express and Jersey Mike’s are fully operational and doing a robust business. THRIVE, an affordable Vet Care center will open in the Spring 2021. The project is located di- rectly across from Cross Keys Commons Shopping Center (anchored by Walmart Super Center, Marshalls, Ross, Ulta, Staples), and the busy Turner- sville Auto Plex and is acces- sible from three street front-

ages, making it a convenient stopping point on this heavily traveled retail corridor. MAREJ Advance announces retail opening at Paramus Crossroads

3421 Black Horse Pike

PARAMUS, NJ — Advance Realty Investors (Advance) announced the official open- ing of Tacoria Mexican Street Kitchen at Paramus Cross- roads, the newest retail desti- nation on Rte. 17 in Paramus. “Paramus Crossroads’ con- tinued success, in spite of the various ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19, serves as an incredible testament to the resilience and magnetism created by a truly dynamic retail center,” said Peter Co- coziello, founder and CEO of Advance. “Today we celebrate Tacoria officially opening its doors and adding to the amaz- ing mix of retailers that make the property one of the premier shopping destinations in Ber- gen County.” Tacor ia Mexi can Street Kitchen, a New Jersey-based chain offering street-style Mex- ican cuisine, occupies 1,821 s/f at Paramus Crossroads. Taco- ria also maintains locations in New Brunswick, Jersey City, Montclair, Morristown and Princeton. “We’re incredibly excited to be a part of Paramus Crossroads and open doors on our first loca - tion in Bergen County and sixth location in New Jersey,” said Chuck Patel co-founder of Taco- ria Mexican Street Kitchen. “We’re thrilled to be in one of the most highly-trafficked and desirable markets in the state and anticipate our Paramus lo- cation will undoubtedly thrive as one of Paramus Crossroads’ most popular dining options.” Additional tenants, Trin- ity Rehab and Urban Bricks Pizza, officially opened at Paramus Crossroads Para- mus’ first new retail develop - ment in more than a decade in August 2020. MAREJ Tacoria Mexican Street Kitchen at Paramus Crossroads


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