14C —August 24 - September 13, 2018 — ICSC PA/NJ/DE Conference & Deal Making — Shopping Centers — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


Julie Fox joins company as manager of new tenant representation R.J. Brunelli & Co. announces leases for Dollar Tree, Max Challenge, Panchero’s & others in NJ O LD BRIDGE, NJ — R.J. Brunelli & Co., LLC announced the occupying the former Mandee’s space. The store is expected to open this September at ICSC PA/NJ/DE C onference & D eal M aking

Paulsboro Plaza, where a Sav- A-Lot discount supermarket re- placed a vacant Acme last year,” said R.J. Brunelli president/ principal Danielle Brunelli , who brokered this and all the other Dollar Tree deals. Finally, in Camden County, Dollar Tree is anticipated to open this October in a 10,532 s/f inline space at Cooper Town Center. Located at 711 Eve- sham Ave. in Somerdale, the 165,613 s/f center is anc. In other transactions, senior sales associate John Lenaz represented the tenant on a 2,500 s/f lease for Monmouth County’s first Panchero’s Mexi- can Grill at Wall Promenade at 1919 Rte. 35 in Wall Twp. The fast-casual franchise chain expects to open in October 2018, joining a lineup that includes Aldi, Planet Fitness and Starbuck’s. Lenaz serves as broker for the franchisee, who previously opened a Pan- chero’s in Marlton and is now also looking to expand into Ocean County. Elsewhere in Monmouth

County, R.J Brunelli repre- sented the landlord in a deal that brought Fit Body Boot Camp to a 2,280 s/f space at 547 Rte. 35 in Red Bank. T In neighboring Middlesex County, R.J. Brunelli chair- man / p r i nc i pa l Ri chard Brunelli and Danielle Brunel- li brokered a lease that will bring Sweet Charlies, an ice cream and frozen yogurt shop, to a 1,680 s/f inline space at Browntown Shopping Center, 2601 Rte.516 in Old Bridge. R.J. Brunelli & Co. serves as broker for the 93,251 s/f center, which is anchored by Walgreens and Club Metro. Moving west to Hunterdon County, the firm represented The Max Challenge in its lease for a recently-opened 2,400 s/f space at Gray Rock Village, 1802 Rte. 31 in Clinton. R.J. Brunelli serves as The Max Challenge’s national leasing representative. In Mercer County, senior sales associate Alan Gott rep- resented the landlord in a deal that brought Smile Society

General Dentistry to a 2,316 s/f endcap space at Southfield Commons on Princeton-Hight- stown Rd. in West Windsor. The office is expected to open next January at the center, which is anchored by a McCaf- frey’s Food Market. Moving south to Atlantic County, Danielle Brunelli represented Atlantic Apoth- ecary on a lease that recently brought the pharmacy to a 2,330 s/f inline space at Ham- ilton Commons in Mays Land- ing. R.J. Brunelli & Co. is the preferred broker for Atlantic Apothecary. In other news, Julie Fox has joined R.J. Brune1li & Co. in the newly-created posi- tion of manager of new tenant representation. Fox brings over 13 years of retail real estate experi- ence in property management, brokerage, landlord leasing, tenant representation, and land disposition to the Old Bridge-based retail real estate brokerage. Read more about Fox on page 20B. 

the 67,973 s/f center, which is anchored b y S e a b r a Foods. In Ocean C o u n t y , Dollar Tree signed a lease for an 11,416

recent com- pletion of a series of leas- es that will i n t r o d u c e national, re- gional and lo- cal retailers, restaurants and personal service providers to sites across NJ. In its role as Dollar Tree’s real estate representative statewide, R.J. Brunelli bro- kered eight additional leases for sites in northern, central and southern NJ. In Essex County, Dollar Tree is expect- ed to open a 11,513 s/f endcap unit at 461 Rte. 46 in Fairfield. Also in Essex, the chain ex- pects to open in October 2019 in a newly-constructed, 10,000 s/f endcap space at 13 Cor- dier St. in Irvington. In Union County, the retailer signed for a 7,625 s/f inline unit at the Galloping Hill SC in Union, Danielle Brunelli

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s/f inline location at Indian Head Plaza on Indian Head Rd. in Toms River. In Mercer County, the chain signed a deal for a freestanding 9,600 s/f former office/industrial space at 24 Scotch Rd. in Ewing that is expected to open in March 2019. In southern NJ’s Gloucester County, Dollar Tree signed a lease for a 9,400 s/f inline space at Paulsboro Plaza at 545 Broad. St. in Paulsboro that is expected to open in Fall 2018. “In particular, Dollar Tree represents another major milestone in the long-awaited redevelopment of the 40,000 s/f

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