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Silbert Realty & Management are the leasing agents for the property The S.Hekemian Group breaks ground for 225,000 s/f The Shoppes at DePiero Farm M www.marejournal.com M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Shopping Centers —October 30 - November 12, 2015 — 5A ONTVALE, NJ — The S.Hekemian Group broke ground

for The Shoppes at DePiero Farm, a 225,000 s/f lifestyle retail marketplace in Mont- vale. The center will be con- structed at a cost of $125 million, according to Peter Hekemian , senior managing director. The center is rising on the iconic 28-acre DePiero farm, the last large farm site in northern Bergen County. “This market is particularly known for its extremely high demographics, with some of the highest household in- come levels in the state,” said Hekemian. “It will feature authentic architecture and landscape/hardscape inspired by the region’s farming and equestrian heritage.” A 140,000 s/f Wegmans Food Market will anchor the center, according to Hek- emian. Other tenants com- mitted to The Shoppes at DePiero Farm include The Habit Burger Grill, Chipo- Owings Mills, Md — Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard announced today that construction of the new Wegmans has begun at Found- ry Row. Wegmans will be one of the first stores to open at Foundry Row, the $140 million, 50-acre redevelopment of the site of the former Solo Cup factory on Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills. The premier grocer is consistently rated the #1 super- market in the United States. The highly anticipated 110,000 s/f store is expected to open in September 2016. “We are thrilled to start construction on Wegmans and bring such a first class brand to the Owings Mills area,” said Brian Gibbons, Chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons. “We look forward to seeing Wegmans open its doors at Foundry Row next year, fol- lowed by a great mix of other

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Montvale Mayor Roger Fyfe; Montvale Planning Board Chairman John DePinto, Edward DePiero, Elaine DePiero, Peter Hekemian, Sr. Managing Director, The S.Hekemian Group; Douglas Cohen, VP, Busi- ness & Legal Affairs General Counsel, The S.Hekemian Group; Holly Schepisi, NJ Assemblywoman, 39th District; Robert Auth, NJ Assem- blyman, 39th District; William Tierney, Senior VP, ConnectOneBank.

congregate.” The Shoppes at DePiero Farm will also feature cut- ting-edge “green” design, including a green, vegetative roof on the junior anchor building to provide insula- tion, reduce storm water runoff, and form a wildlife habitat. Other features will include six electric vehicle charging stations, walking and biking paths, and exteri- or lighting designed to comply with Dark-Sky practices. By providing more than 400 local jobs, The Shoppes at De- Piero Farm will continue the maintenance of Montvale’s

economy, an effort that was recently recognized with a major planning award. The project is also the result of an intense collaborative ef- fort between borough offi- cials and the partners of The S.Hekemian Group. “We applaud the tireless ef- forts of Planning Board Chair- man JohnDePinto , working with The S.Hekemian Group to make this project a reality,” said Mayor Roger J. Fyfe. “Our community has a strong working relationship with the company and look forward to working with them on an ongoing basis. n

tle, Ulta Beauty, European Wax Center, Starbucks, 1808 Fine Men’s Barber, Urban Place Farm to Table, FedEx/ Kinko’s, and Not Your Aver- age Joe’s, with more to be announced shortly, according to Brian Silbert of Silbert Realty & Management , leasing agents for the prop- erty. “This project will provide residents and corporate pro-

fessionals with a highly de- signed place to gather, shop and dine,” said Hekemian. “It is a suburban development designed as a walkable town center, which is exactly what today’s young professionals want – an urban feel. This project is designed to create a sense of place. With its new open-air style, we’ve come full circle in our effort to cre- ate a ‘downtown,’ a place to

Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard announce that construction begins for the newWegmans at Foundry Row

Shown from left: Matt Lepore, Wegmans; Len Weinberg, Vanguard; Councilman Julian Jones; Councilwoman Vicki Almond; County Ex- ecutive Kevin Kamenetz; Brian Gibbons, Greenberg Gibbons; Brad Glaser, Vanguard; Tom Fitzpatrick, Greenberg Gibbons

Baltimore County Councilwom- an Vicki Almond. "It sends a strong message that Baltimore County is a great place to do business." Wegmans will be joined by LA Fitness, Sports Authority,

DSW, Ulta Beauty, Panera Bread, Zoe’s Kitchen, Smash- burger, Nally Fresh, LifeBridge Health and a variety of other local and national retailers, eateries and conveniences at Foundry Row. n

top-quality stores, services and restaurants.” “It’s exciting to see Wegmans taking shape here in Owings Mills. Greenberg Gibbons is building a first-class project that will help make Owings

Mills a destination for the entire area,” said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Ka- menetz. "The community is really excited that Wegmans will soon become a reality," stated

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