8A — January 29 - February 11, 2016 — Shopping Centers — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


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Hollister Const. builds first Maggiano’s Little Italy in Garden City, NY

Lake Plaza Shopping Center to expand to over 166,000 s/f Heidenberg Properties plans Stop & Shop redevelopment

Stop & Shop at Lake Plaza Shopping Center rendering


Maggiano’s Little Italy

“This project has been in the planning stages for quite some time and will be transforma- tive,” said Robert Heiden- berg , president and CEO of Heidenberg Properties. “We purchased this property as a redevelopment opportunity in June 2008 with the intent of adding value through compel- ling anchor tenants.” Stop & Shop currently operates 403 stores throughout New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, and is one of four regional divi- sions of Ahold USA. The Stop & Shop lease prompted ownership to further reinvest in the center. Located at the intersection of Route 6 and Baldwin Lane, Lake Plaza “We believe that the UWS (NW corner of 88th Street & Columbus Avenue) is one of the few areas of the city that has a dearth of fitness options. We are excited for Upper West Siders to experience SLT, which provides clients the full- body results they’ve always wanted through a trendy chal- lenging, core-intensive work- out,” said Freeman. “Unlike our competitors, we provide a semi-private experience on one machine that does it all in 50-minutes. Thanks to con- tinued and growing interest in the SLT fitness method, we are constantly on the lookout for new locations that will bring the workout to those who that has over 4,600 locations, and does over $13 billion in retail hardware sales annually. The new event of Stop & Shop taking over the former Waldbaums supermarket will add to the success of the re- development. The center also has a CVS pharmacy, Game- Stop, and Chase Bank. Breslin

Shopping Center is slated to undergo a total renovation which will include a new façade for the in-line tenants, modifi- cations to the shopping center’s pylon sign, and a complete resurfacing of the parking lot including additional parking spaces, new LED lighting, and landscaping. The renovation will have significant benefits to the town and is an overall improvement to the center. “Once construction is com- pleted, the tenants and cus- tomers of Lake Plaza Shopping Center will enjoy a first-class, modern retail environment,” stated Heidenberg. Shopping center tenants also include Kmart, KeyBank, and a num- ber of local businesses. n Freeman became obsessed with the workout and its transformative results while traveling regularly to Los An- geles for work. “New Yorkers have a limited amount of time and they want to see results quickly,” said Freeman. “This one-of-a-kind fitness program offers them the results they want – strengthening, length- ening and toning in an ef- ficient and fun way.” With a keen sense on what works in the fitness and wellness com- munity, as she co-founded the healthy living website Vital Juice, Amanda knew that this workout was destined for an NYC following. n can’t currently access a studio conveniently.”

AHOPAC, NY — The Stop & Shop Supermarket Com-

struction Services. Strategically located across from the new Neiman Marcus and adjacent to the Roosevelt Field Mall, the restaurant brand made its grand opening in December 2015, just in time for the holidays. “We invite our friends and new neighbors in the New York area into Maggiano’s to see what we’re all about,” said Joseph Peluso, General Manager of Maggiano’s Little Italy Roosevelt. “Our talented chefs are excited to put our scratch kitchens to work and whip up classic Italian- American dishes for guests.” The Hollister team leading this effort included Dominick Aquilina, project executive, John McKee , project man- ager, Frank Gomez , super- intendent, Tina Girardo , assistant project manager and Michelle Rogers , project co- ordinator. The project consul- tants included The Treeline Companies , a value-add asset developer and Gerdes Henrichson Architecture , a leading architecture/develop- ment service firm. n Fox, president of Fox The- atres, “While I’m not usually a big fan of 3D, since we’ve tested this screen with amaz- ing results I now can’t wait to see the new Star Wars film in ​FTX 3D​!” Additionally, the Christie Digital Projector has been upgraded to 4K, four times the resolution, provid- ing a major increase in screen detail - creating dazzlingly bright, razor-sharp images in both 2D and 3D. Fox Theatres operates five theaters with thirty-two screens: FOX BERKSHIRE 8 and FOX EAST 4 in Read- ing, PA; SUN & SURF 8 and GOLD COAST 4 in Ocean City, MD; and ACADEMY 8 in Greenbelt, MD. n

GARDEN CITY, NY — Hollister Construction Ser- vices has constructed a new 8,900 s/f, 280-seat Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant in Gar- den City, NY, the chain’s first restaurant in New York State. The Italian restaurant has an open floor plan layout, three dining areas, a bar with a dining area and a take-out area. The restaurant also fea- tures a 2,500 - 3,000 s/f state- of-the-art scratch kitchen equipped with top-of-the line equipment. Maggiano’s is owned by Brinker International, Inc. Brinker International pur- chased the restaurant in 1995, and has expanded the concept into 51 locations in 22 states and the District of Columbia. “Building Maggiano’s has been rewarding, not only is it the first one that Hollister has built, but it is also the first in New York State. We know how popular this restaurant has become and we are confi- dent that Maggiano’s will be a big hit in Garden City,” said Dominick Aquilina , project executive with Hollister Con- WYOMISSING, PA — Fox Theatres announced that ​FTX​ (Fox Theatres Extreme), its new large format screen ex- perience at Fox Berkshire, opened on November 5. Fox Berkshire’s ​FTX​, in its renovated #1 auditorium, features a new floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall curved screen, twice the size of the original one, manufactured by MDI using RealD’s Precision White technology that combines 2D white screen performance with the ability to project 3D polarized images - delivering wider viewing angles and 5 times more brightness than a standard silver screen. “It takes the 3D experience to a whole new level,” said Don

pany, LLC has executed a lease to occupy 54,000 s/f at Lake Plaza Shopping Center in Mahopac, NY, announced Heidenberg Properties , a developer and owner of retail properties that specializes in the acquisition and redevelop- ment of shopping centers. The new Stop & Shop will be built from the ground up, replacing the existing 24,000 s/f Key Food and the 7,800 s/f CVS. This redevelopment will be more than 25,000 s/f larger than the two existing stores, expanding Lake Plaza Shop- ping Center from 141,000 to over 166,000 s/f.

Ripco Real Estaes reps. landlord in lease for SLT Real Estate Corp .

MANHATTAN, NY — SLT (Strengthen Lengthen Tone) a cult favorite, has signed

a lease for its tenth studio location (fifth in Manhattan) at a f ormer Maison Clean- ers site. The new 1,300 s/f studio will be

Fox Theatres FTX opens at Fox Berkshire

Doug Kleiman

on the ground floor. This is the first ground level location for the brand in NYC. Clients can expect a stellar lineup of instructor favorites. The tenant (SLT) was rep- resented by Eric Fisher of Walker & Malloy and the landlord was represented by Doug Kleiman of Ripco

Breslin Realty announces 12,862 s/f Ace Hardware lease BALDWIN, NY — B reslin Realty announced the signing of a long term lease with Ace Hardware for 12,862 s/f of space in the Baldwin Harbor Shop- ping Center, located on Atlantic Ave., in Baldwin, NY. Realty was recently appointed the manager of the entire shop- ping center, and is planning an upgrade of the facility.

Bill de Seve of the Breslin organization arranged the transaction on behalf of the landlord, and Stu Kramer of First Development Corpora- tion represented the tenant. n

Ace Hardware is a paint, lawn and garden, tool, and gen- eral home improvement store

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