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LD BRIDGE, NJ — R.J. Brunelli & Co., LLC announced Danielle Brunelli brokers four Dollar Tree leases in New Jersey R.J. Brunelli & Co. announces leases for Dollar Tree, Royal Farms and others throughout NJ O

kered four additional leases for sites in norther, central and southern NJ. In Morris County, Dollar Tree is an- ticipated to open this June in a 10,113 s/f endcap space at Mount Arlington Plaza on Howard Blvd. and Seasons Dr. in Mount Arlington. The chain will be taking a space formerly occupied by Kindercare at the 45,100 s/f, which is located near I-80. In Essex County, the na- tion’s largest single price-point retailer signed for an 11,513 s/f endcap unit at Crown Plaza, lo- cated at 461 Rt. 46 in Fairfield. The store is expected to open

this August at the 120,500 s/f center, which is anchored by Planet Fitness, the Game Room Store and Signature Leather. In central NJ’s Monmouth County, Dollar Tree signed a lease for a 10,920 s/f inline space at Navesink Center on Rte. 36 in Atlantic Highlands, taking a portion of the prop- erty’s former A&P store. A September 2018 opening is expected at the 43,200 s/f cen- ter, now anchored by Navesink Fitness. Shoring up its pres- ence in the metro Philadelphia market, Dollar Tree signed for a 9,500 s/f endcap location at 6820 North Crescent Blvd. (Rte. 130) in Pennsauken. The chain is expected to open in March 2019 at the Camden County property, where a former automotive services building is being converted to make way for Dollar Tree and other uses. All four Dollar Tree leases were brokered by R.J. Brunelli president/principal Danielle Brunelli . In Bergen County, CEO/ principal Ron DeLuca repre- sentedMassageLuxe on a lease for a 2,260 s/f inline space at Boulder Run, a 173,600 s/f cen- ter anchored by Stop & Shop on Franklin Ave. in Wyckoff. R.J. Brunelli serves as broker for MassageLuxe in central and northern NJ. In Middlesex County, senior sales associate John Lenaz represented the landlord in a deal that will bring a free- standing Royal Farms conve- nience store and gas station to a 2.68-acre site located at 913 Middlesex Ave. in Metuchen. Lenaz also represented the landlord on two deals at Edison Commons, a 33,000 s/f center on Rte. 27 in Edison. Wing Stop, a chain of nostalgic, aviation-themed restaurants serving chicken wings, signed for a 1,234 s/f inline space. In the second transaction, R.J. Brunelli also represented the tenant, Vepo Day Spa, in a deal that will bring the medi- spa to a 1,261 s/f inline space. R.J. Brunelli serves as broker for the property, which is an- chored by Aldi. Elsewhere in Middlesex County, senior sales associate Alan Gott represented the tenant in a deal that brought Math Genie, an after-school enrichment program, to a 2,011 s/f space at Plainsboro Plaza, a 218,000 s/f center anchored by Super Fresh. 

t he r e c e n t c omp l e t i on of a series of leases that will introduce national, re- gional and lo- cal retailers, restaurants and personal service providers to sites across NJ. In its role as Dollar Tree’s real estate representative statewide, R.J. Brunelli bro- Danielle Brunelli

Mount Arlington Plaza - Dollar Tree

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