4C — March 27 - April 9, 2020 — The Best of 2019 — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal
The BEST RETAIL PROJECT of 2019
Levin Management Corporation Twin City Shopping Center Jersey City, NJ
Interland Real Estate Corp. Former Kiss Honda Cycles Pottstown, PA
A.T. Construction Audubon Village Shopping Center Eagleville, PA
Size: 95,000 SF Several 2019 grand openings and new leases punctuated the transformation of Twin City Shopping Center. As exclusive managing and leasing agent, Levin Management Corpora - tion (LMC) orchestrated a series of renovations – includ - ing a new façade, pylon signage, stonework and sidewalk refurbishments – that significantly enhanced the property’s curb appeal. This work was instrumental in securing a wave of new leases at the center, including Taco Bell (prompting a ground-up expansion at the property), Kidz Village, Pop - eye’s Louisiana Kitchen, T-Mobile and 1HOURREPAIR. com – all of which opened in 2019 – and soon-to-open Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood and Bar, andApple Nail Salon.
Renovation Size: 10,000 SF
Size: 20,108 SF Brokers: Interland Real Estate Corp. & Keller Williams Conshohocken Industrial Building located in Pottstown Borough. 2 story commercial building of brick/concrete/masonry construc- tion original constructed circa 1900. Building was occupied by the owner and used as a motorcycle retail/showroom re- pair facility formerly known as Kiss Honda Cycles. 10,028 SF 1st floor with a 14’x84’ loading dock area with 1-14’x26’ overhead door, interior access storage room, office, break room, 13’ wide drive in access area with 1-10’x12’ over - head door which provides direct access to a central show- room area and rear service shop/area. 10,080 SF 2nd floor has stairway an freight elevator access, 3 private office, front showroom, large rear showroom all purpose room, utility room and 4-1/2 bath power rooms.
Audubon Village Shopping Center is an older shopping center, comprised of multiple additions from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1990s to create one strip center and had a va- cant, anchor building from 1991 on the same site. The key to revitalizing this center and enticing an anchor tenant lay in creating a cohesive design that spanned the two build- ings. The client opted for a traditional look that matched the neighboring area, so the design includes new gables, subtle arches, stone pillars, and vertical siding. They used the same materials on the separate gabled building, which was filled by Redner’s Market.
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