26B — August 31 - September 13, 2012 — Shopping Centers — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
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New Pet Supplies Plus stores in the Delaware Valley Fameco Real Estate signs 3 leases totaling 26,000+ s/f
Lamport & Roberts negotiate the lease Breslin Realty reps 13k s/f lease for Trader Joes
ONSHOHOCKEN, PA - Fameco Real Estate, LP announced that
Pet Supplies Plus has signed leases for three new stores in the Delaware Valley totaling more than 26,000 s/f. Since taking over the as- signment in February of 2012, Fameco partner Brandon Fa- mous and director Brian Bru- zek have already secured 3 new stores for Pet Supplies Plus, all of which will open by year’s end. These include an 8,700 s/f unit at Green- tree Square Shopping Center in Marlton, NJ; a 9,800 s/f services are an easy way to “green” a property and reduce expenses by maintenance per- sonnel. Other incentives may include rebates from local util- ity companies and reduced util- Continued from page 13B OSRAM recently introduced its ENCELIUM Polaris 3DTM software, the first-of-its-kind, web-based application featur- ing an interactive three-dimen- sional view of a property in real- time. Polaris 3D creates energy savings reports for a floor, zone, or even a fixture based on the desired timeline whether it is a day, week, month or year. These capabilities enable users to quickly identify irregulari- ties and make adjustments as needed. Credit for Going Green An intelligent lighting con- trol system regularly meets or exceeds today’s sustainable requirements, and incentives are often available to property owners to help offset the finan- In 2010, Joe and Mark Jacon- ski felt the need to transform Stanley’s Hardware to meet the needs and wants of today’s hardware customer. While the Jaconski family had increased its footprint at 5555 Ridge Ave. by acquiring neighboring prop- erties over the years, it was time to expand to a state-of-the-art facility. To meet the needs of their customers, Mark and Joe set their sites on adding party and tool rental services and a small garden supply inventory. WIP and B101. Stanley’s True Value Hard- ware – Expanding and Evolving For The Next Gen- eration.
Pet Supplies Plus
store at Doylestown Pointe in Doylestown, PA; and a 7,650 s/f
location at The Shops at Blue Bell in Blue Bell, PA. n
The Gallery at Westbury Plaza
Continued from page 9B Building mgmt. & security should be flexible . . .
GARDEN CITY, NY—Wil- bur F. Breslin, president of Breslin Realty Development Corp., announced that his firm negotiated a deal with Trader Joe’s for its newest 13,000 s/f location at The Gal- lery at Westbury Plaza. Breslin announced that his firm was responsible for Trader Joe’s locations in Plainview; Lake Grove and Commack, and now Garden City. Trader Joe’s is the second CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA — Rosenthal Properties recently finalized leases with three, national tenants at its Rio Hill Shopping Center in Charlot- tesville, boosting the nearly 290,000 s/f community center to over 90% occupancy. Jo-Ann Fabric, which previously occu- pied just 12,000 s/f at the prop- erty, opened a new, 21,000 s/f store at the center. In addition, Oreck Home Center has opened a 1,600 s/f space, The Great Frame Up has committed to a 1,600 s/f space next to TJ Maxx, and long-time tenant Payless Shoe Source renewed its lease for 2,400 s/f at the center. Both Other “Retail” forms of medi- cal care include Wellness Cen- ters and Healthcare Villages. Both reflect a shift in healthcare to an emphasis on wellness, physical fitness and prevention of illness and injury while often including doctor’s offices. Both are found in locations that fit into their users daily routines; easy to get to, convenient park- ing, located near home and “Retail” Healthcare Continued from page 14B and therefore are sited accord- ingly.
retailer to open at the new 330,000 s/f shopping center after The Container Store, which opened on August 11, 2012. The new shopping cen- ter will feature Bloomingda- le’s Outlet store; Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th; The Con- tainer Store and the Shake Shack. Beth Lamport of the Breslin Organization and Roy Roberts of Milestone Associates were responsible for the long term lease transaction. n Oreck and The Great Frame Up are relocating from other retail locations nearby on Route 29. “Rio Hill is one of the largest and busiest retail centers in Charlottesville’s Route 29 corri- dor,” said Rosenthal Properties’ vice president for Leasing Billy Orlove, “so when the opportu- nity for Jo-Ann to expand within the center presented itself, it made perfect business sense. Jo-Ann now has a store compa- rable in size to the company’s new store prototype, with an existing customer base to enjoy the increased space and store offerings.” Jo-Ann opened in its new space in April. n work and include amenities like restaurants, pharmacies and child care. BuckCollins is the director of Client Services for Bohler Engineering. Bohler ’s 13 East Coast offices have com- pleted numerous healthcare projects including the new Einstein Montgomery Hos- pital in East Norriton, Pa. and multiple Bravo Health Advanced Care Centers in Philadelphia. n
ity expenses. There has never been a better time to connect to your real estate – there’s an app for that! Jonathan Epstein, CCIM and Tom Skeans, CCIM are
as leaders in environmental stewardship and as better neighbors, which also serves to positively impact a store’s overall profitability. Getting Started The first step for retailers to gain control of their lighting energy use and expenditures is to have a vendor complete a lighting audit. Through an au- dit, the vendor can identify the “low-hanging” fruit in terms of efficiency and detail how a pi- lot program on strategic areas would demonstrate potential energy savings and reinforce the findings of an audit. TerryMocherniak, director global business development for the LMS business unit of OSRAM SYLVANIA. n execution without compromise. Paramount is maintaining absolute safety, uninterrupted traffic flow and easy access to sustain the business as build- ing progresses to completion. Said Rich Goodman, President, Target Building Construction, “It’s rewarding to build a retail project for a family business like ourselves. Through pre- construction and now during construction, we found common ground with the Jaconski broth- ers and it’s easy to see why they are successful.” William P. Stevenson, III, is director of business devel- opment for Target Building Construction. n commercial real estate own- ers, managers and co-found- ers of Real Connect, LLC., a building automation and security company based in Allentown, PA. n
Target Building paves the way for Stanley’s Hardware . . . Continued from page 11B
cial investment of new energy- efficient systems. Incentives range from local utility efforts to state and federal programs. In addition, advanced sys- tems contribute valuable points toward U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmen- tal Design (LEED) for Retail certification. It consists of two separate rating systems, which are LEED for Retail: New Construction and LEED for Retail: Commercial Inte- riors. Both were developed by the USGBC to specifically address the unique nature of a retail facility. By improving the sustainability of their proper- ties and reducing their carbon footprints, retailers are viewed Target Building Construction was awarded the project to build a 13,000 s/f store at the RidgeAvenue location. Working with an April 2013 deadline for project completion, every stage from site preparation and de- molition of existing buildings to construction and fit-out requires The Jaconski brothers con- tacted a national consultant to True Value Hardware, Legend Realty Services, to help plan the construction of a new building. The project architect, OKWAr- chitects, designed a site layout with the new building placed on the existing parking lot to permit continuous operation throughout construction.
Rosenthal Properties finalizes three leases at Rio Hill SC
Addressable lighting controls work to improve . . .
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