N ew J ersey 4B — November 18 - December 22, 2022 — New Jersey — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


Brian Katz and Amy Staats represent landlord in leases of 137,500 s/f at power center Katz & Associates helps revitalize Totowa Square by securing new tenants


and Staats, leasing agents for Totowa Square, have signed leases with Marshalls (50,000

which opened in Q3 2020. Totowa Square, the 258,000 s/f power center located off of I-80 on Route 46 West in Totowa, features extraordi- nary access and visibility, a new façade, and abundant parking. These new stores, which join Hobby Lobby at the center, are replacing big boxes formerly occupied by Babies“R”Us, Bob’s Stores, Toys “R” Us, and Office Depot. “It’s exciting to help revamp Totowa Square with Aldi, Ho- meSense, Marshalls, and To- tal Wine – high quality stores that will revitalize the center in this top-tier suburban trade area,” said Brian Katz. “Two spaces (4,000 and 5,000 s/f) are still available.” MAREJ Katz & Associates’ Buchanan receives Charles “Mac” McClure, CCIM, Volunteer of the Year Award ENGLEWOOD, NJ — Katz & Associates announced that Holly Buchanan, CCIM ,

OTOWA, NJ — Brian Katz , CEO, Katz & Associates announced

s/f) and To- tal Wine (32,500 s/f), which are now open, and Ho- meSen s e ( 3 0 , 0 0 0 s/f), which is slated to open in Oc-

that he and Katz col- league Amy S t a a t s , e n g a g e d to reposi- tion Totowa S q u a r e , have secured several na- tional top-

Amy Staats

Brian Katz

tober 2022. They also previ- ously secured a lease with Aldi (25,000 s/f) in Q3 2019,

notch, big box tenants – tak- ing it from 57 percent vacancy to 97 percent occupied. Katz

Totowa Square

has received the inaugu- ral Charles “Mac” Mc- Clure, CCIM, Volunteer of the Year Award. Bu- c h a n a n

Holly Buchanan

serves as a senior director at the Katz Nashville office, which she helped open in 2017. She received the award in Chicago on October 15 at the CCIM Inauguration Ball, a celebration of the installation of 2023 CCIM Leadership and a part of the Institute’s fall business meetings. “Earning the CCIM desig- nation not only changed my career path, but also enhanced my personal life with many good colleagues and lifelong friends,” said Buchanan. Born and raised in the Nashville area, Holly has extensive knowledge and expertise of the Tennessee markets and has built strong relationships with local brokers, owners, and de- velopers. She has devoted over 20 years exclusively to retail site selection, leasing, and re- tail/office sales. She earned her CCIM designation in 2009, has served on many committees at the National level, and will be the Education Presidential Liaison in 2024. MAREJ

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