4C —August 24 - September 13, 2018 — ICSC PA/NJ/DE Conference & Deal Making — Shopping Centers — M id A tlantic

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Visit National Realty & Development Corp. at Booth 304 The Shoppes at Middletown Monmouth County, NJ’s NewRetail Destination E ICSC PA/NJ/DE C onference & D eal M aking

a s t e r n Mo nmo u t h County’s premier retail destination is coming to Middletown, New Jersey. Located at the intersection of Route 35 and Kings Highway East, the 340,000 s/f Shoppes at Middletown will feature a collection of unique retail shops, stylish boutiques and specialty restaurants with open café space. Anchored by Wegmans and CMX Cinema, this new retail environment will be unlike any other found in the region, offering visi- tors the opportunity to enjoy shopping, entertainment and

dining in one unique setting. The center is distinctively designed to promote a down- town energy and vibrancy with spacious sidewalks that sit amongst lush landscaping and decorative lighting that will encourage leisurely strolls while shopping. Seating areas throughout the center set a re- laxed tone that provide shop- pers the perfect for gathering spot to meet with friends and neighbors. In-line units and pad sites are available. Call National Realty & Development Corp. at 1.800.932.RENT (7368) and visit shoppesatmiddletown. com for more details. Be sure to visit our Leasing Team at the ICSC PA/NJ/DE Confer- ence & Deal Making, Booth 304 to learn more about The Shoppes at Middletown and other exciting opportunities within our portfolio.  RD Management signs leases with Pacific Dental Svcs. & CycleBar at Milford Crossing MILFORD, MA — Milford Crossing has signed leases with two new tenants, bring- ing the shopping plaza to 92% occupied less than a year after it opened. RD Management LLC an- nounced it has signed leases with Pacific Dental Services, a national dental office company with more than 600 practices, and CycleBar, an indoor cycling studio that has Massachusetts locations in Somerville and Wellesley and two others in the Providence area. Those two will join anchors Stop & Shop, HomeGoods and T.J.Maxx, along with Star- bucks, Chipotle, Pet Supplies Plus and others. Two others are slated to open this fall: the salon Hair Cuttery, and the barbecue restaurant Red Heat Tavern. The nearly 160,000 s/f plaza opened last fall after a $20-mil- lion renovation to what was a nearly vacant plaza on Mil- ford’s Rte. 109 after Kmart, the steakhouse Bugaboo Creek and World Gym left in less than a two-year span starting in 2014. RD Management also owns Twin City Plaza on the Fitch- burg-Leominster line, as well as plazas in Billerica and Lowell. 

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