L Highlighting the importance of the Lehigh Valley as a key national market Prologis to acquire Liberty Property Trust in $12.6 Billion transaction of industrial real estate ever assembled,” said Bill Han- kowsky , Liberty Property Trust Chairman & CEO. immediate cost and long-term revenue synergies.”
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EHIGH VALLEY, PA — Liberty Property Trust , one of the larg- est industrial property own- ers in the Le- high Valley, has approved an agreement to be acquired by Prologis Inc. , a glob- al leader in commercial real estate, in a transaction valued at $12.6 billion. Prologis and Liberty Prop- erty Trust have announced that the two companies have entered into a definitive merger agreement, highlighting the importance of the Lehigh Val- ley as a key national market in commercial and industrial real estate investment. “The Prologis acquisition of Liberty is very significant for the Lehigh Valley,” said Don Cun- ningham , president & CEO of Lehigh Valley Economic EASTCHESTER, NY — Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. has added Vernon Hills Shopping Center in Eastches- ter to its diversified portfolio in an acquisition orchestrated by Cushman & Wakefield . The private real estate invest- ment firm purchased the five- building Westchester County asset at a cost exceeding $125 Bill Hankowsky
Development Corporation (LVEDC) . “Liberty has long been the largest owner of indus- trial real estate in the region and Prologis has had a large pres- ence here as well. The combined companies will become an even more significant entity in our market. The purchase shows the strategic importance of the Lehigh Valley in the industrial and manufacturing sectors.” Prologis Chairman & CEO Hamid Moghadam said the company considers Lehigh Valley one of its target mar- kets, and this transaction will deepen Prologis’ presence there as well as other markets like Chicago, Houston, Central Pennsylvania, and Southern California. “Liberty’s logistics assets are highly complementary to our U.S. portfolio and this acqui- sition increases our holdings and growth potential in several key markets,” Moghadam said. “The strategic fit between the portfolios allows us to capture
Once the transaction goes into effect, the combined com- panies will own 59 industrial/ flex buildings in Lehigh Valley, encompassing 25.6 million s/f, which will account for about 21% of the total space in the market, according to George Lewis , LVEDC director of re- search & analysis. Liberty Property Trust, which has had a presence in the Lehigh Valley for 33 years, owns 37 buildings in the region, totaling 17.5 million s/f, or 14% of the region’s industrial mar- ket share, Lewis said. Prologis currently owns 22 buildings in Lehigh Valley encompassing 8.1 million s/f, or 6.5% of the regional mar- ket spare, according to Lewis, whose analysis was based on data from CoStar . “Liberty and Prologis rep- resent two of the finest teams of real estate professionals and two of the finest portfolios
“The joining of these two platforms at this moment, when industrial logistics has become so pivotal to the new economy, will further the in- dustry’s ability to support the nation’s supply chain and en- hance value creation for our combined shareholders,” Han- kowsky said. “It is a testament to Liberty’s outstanding teams of professionals, both present and past.” The acquisition includes 107 million s/f logistics operating portfolio, with an 87% overlap with key markets, according to Prologis. It also includes 5.1 million s/f of logistics development in progress, 4.9 million s/f of of- fice operating and development portfolio, and 1,684 acres of land for future logistics devel- opment with build-out potential of 19.7 million s/f. Frank DiTommaso and Kyle Schmidt leading the assign- ment with Matt Lisk and Al Mirin of the commercial real estate services firm’s Stam- ford, CT, office. Additionally, John Alascio, Gideon Gil, Sridhar Vankayala, TJ Sul- livan and Maya Steinberger of Cushman & Wakefield’s Manhattan-based Equity, Debt & Structured Finance (EDSF) team represented Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. in arrang- ing acquisition financing. The loan was provided by Peoples United Bank , as lead lender, with Amerant Bank, Iberia Bank and Westchester Bank as lending participants. “The asset is a flagship mixed-use center in one of the most affluent townships outside New York City,” Alascio said. “Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp.’s sponsorship and business plan resonated with the banking community. In turn, active bidding from the debt markets resulted in long-term balance sheet execution.”
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million fromVernonHills Shop- ping Center LLC. The mixed-use property, totaling more than 380,000 s/f and located five miles from the White Plains CBD at 700White Plains Rd., features a mix of retail, medical and professional credit tenants serving a densely populated trade area. More than 450,000 people live within five miles of Vernon Hills Shop- ping Center; the average house- hold income within that same radius is nearly $144,000. “Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. had been eying this investment property – with its irreplace-
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M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal Anthony Labozzetta is the president and CEO of SB One Bancorp and SB One Bank SB One Bancorp reports a 57% increase in net income and diluted EPS of $0.55 for 3rd Qtr. 2019
dent and CEO of SB One Ban- corp and SB One Bank said, “We continue to have strong growth in all of our business lines. Despite the volatile in- terest rate environment, our commercial lending team grew loans at an annualized rate of 10.2%. Our insurance company continues to out-perform and grew commission income 19.4% over the same period last year. Our Retail deposits grew at an annualized rate of 14.5%. Furthermore, the activities and pipelines in each of our business lines remain robust.” Labozzetta added, “While our
margin compressed this quar- ter, we are seeing a reduction in our costs of deposits and borrowings, which was evident in the month of September and we expect that positive trend to continue into the fourth quarter”. Labozzetta also said, “We continue to experience improv- ing trends in asset quality with our ratio of non-performing as- sets to total assets decreasing 26 basis points to 0.87%”. Declaration of Quarterly Dividend On October 24, 2019, the Company’s board of direc-
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Cinema and continued public support, the City remains confident that the Golden Mile will continue to thrive in the future.” The one-story building is located off Rte. 40, in the heart of Frederick’s Golden Mile Corridor and was built in 1972. The property consists of 580,063 s/f on 37.35 acres of land. Warehouse Cinemas signed a 39,000 s/f lease and is reno- vating their space to feature the U.S. East Coast’s first DCI-compliant LED theater display, the 33.5 ft. Samsung Onyx p2.5 Cinema LED as part of their SkyVUE LED experience, with patent pend- ing tilt technology. "We are excited to begin construction on Warehouse Cinemas at District 40 later this year. Our analysis pre- dicts over 400,000 guests each year, resulting in valuable foot traffic and a positive impact on neighboring businesses at the center and the area as a whole." Rich Daughtridge, president and CEO of Ware- house Cinemas. “We are extremely pleased with Steven’s representation of our Elizabeth assets,” said Kar- en Talarico , real estate project manager at IKEA Property. Inc. “Steven’s professionalism and retail market knowledge helped us secure two select retailers that enhance our customer’s visits to Elizabeth Center and have made Eliza- beth Center the place to shop if you’re looking to furnish and/or renovate your home.” CBRE’s Winters and part- ner Michael Horne are also representing for sale, three additional land sites in Eliza- beth Center, totaling +/- 22.8 acres. They are being sold only as a package and are available for the development of retail, restaurants and hospitality uses. Center is expanding with ad- ditional retail, restaurant and hospitality opportunities.”
REDERICK, MD — Faraz Cheema , a com- mercial real estate spe- cialist affiliated with Cold- well Banker Commercial NRT , announces Warehouse Cinemas as the first tenant for the newly named District 40, the formerly vacant Fred- erick Towne Mall located at 1301 W Patrick St. in Fred- erick. Frederick Towne Mall was shuttered in 2013, since which time it has sat vacant. The property has been re- named District 40 and has been reimagined as a premier entertainment center that will bolster the lifestyle of- ferings of Frederick. The first signed tenant is an indication of the demand in the local market that is being fulfilled by this notable project. “This leasing is a great sign that the Golden Mile Corridor’s continued strong draw for business investment and growth,” said Cheema. “Warehouse Cinemas’ arrival to District 40 speaks to its future as an entertainment destination in Frederick, and ELIZABETH, NJ — CBRE announced that the IKEA- anchored Elizabeth Center is welcoming two new big box re- tail neighbors; a new +/-150,000 s/f Raymour & Flanigan retail showroomand customer service center, and a soon to open +/- 98,000 s/f Floor & Décor. CBRE’s Steven Winters , on behalf of IKEA, sold 1001 IKEA Dr. in Elizabeth for $11 million to Raymour & Flanigan, which opened last month. Winters, also on behalf of IKEA, facilitated the signing of a long-term 98,000 s/f lease for Floor & Décor at 900 IKEA Drive, the former Toys “R” Us site. Brian Katz of Katz and Associates represented Floor & Décor. 1001 IKEA Dr. and 900 IKEA Dr. are both contiguous to a very successful +/-350,000 s/f IKEA and are highly visible from the New Jersey Tpke.
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the revitalization of former retail centers being seen na- tionwide.” “Frederick’s Golden Mile is a critical retail corridor for our citizens, and we are excited to see Warehouse Cinema moving forward with its plans to open a destination cinema experience at District 40 “said Michael O’Connor, Frederick’s Mayor. “Con- gratulations to the property owner, its real estate broker,
and Warehouse Cinema for continuing to move this key project forward. We are con- fident that Warehouse Cin- ema will play a major role in drawing new retail traffic to the area, reinvigorating the former mall, and creating a new destination on Freder- ick’s west side.” According to Frederick’s director of economic develop- ment Richard Griffin , “The Golden Mile is a top retail
destination corridor with over 50,000 vehicle trips daily and 117,000 people living within five miles of the corridor with average household incomes of $103,000 annually.” Griffin offered that “The City has prioritized efforts to promote the Golden Mile as a state and locally designated Enter- prise zone and we are thrilled to see this type of investment occurring. With business investment like Warehouse
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“Both Raymour & Flanigan and Floor & Décor saw great synergies in having a retail showroom next to a highly successful IKEA,” said Mr. Winters. “Having a furniture retailer of Raymour & Fla-
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I CSC N ew Y ork D eal M aking The architectural design concept was influenced by the century brick factory with an industrial vibe LAN Associates breaks ground on new brewery and mixed-use building in Pine Island, NY
INE ISLAND, NY — On Thursday, Novem- ber 7, 2019 Clemson Bros. Brewery and staff from LAN Associates celebrated the groundbreaking of a new mixed-use building that will house the new Clemson Bros. Brewery taproom and restau- rant. The new space is located at 641 County Rte. 1 in Pine Island, and construction is expected to be completed in time for the local attraction to open by summer of 2020. “The architectural design concept was influenced by the owner’s original estab- lishment to create a turn P
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of the century brick factory with an industrial vibe,” said LANAssociates project man- ager James Diana , when asked about the design. “Once open, I imagine the brewery will quickly become
a local attraction and popu- lar destination that brings in crowds from afar.” Exterior elements that capture the client’s branding of their original industrial factory in Middletown, NY were incorporated into the design of the building. A brick masonry base will an- chor the ground floor of the building to the gently sloped site, while the vertical tower will provide a strong sense of entry to welcome pedes- trians and create an iconic focal point. The 2,600 s/f pub and res- taurant has an open floor plan centered around the bar. The layout can accom- modate various seating lay- outs for formal and informal events. The open-air design allows patrons to easily move from interior seating to the exterior, where the patios boast panoramic views. The second and third floors will be comprised of office space and apartments. “LANwas an instrumental part in the final conceptual design of our Pine Island facility, and I am very happy with Sabastion Carlton, Jim Diana , and all of the other LAN staff involved,” said Clemson Bros. Brew- ery’s proprietor Kenan Por- ter, when asked about LAN’s involvement with the project. “Their attention to detail, pursuit of perfection in func- tionality and aesthetics, as well as their continued desire to please us as the customer was crucial throughout this project, and it has helped us get to where we are at. We look forward to the build out of the final structure.” The design of the new building was led by the local Goshen, New York office of tri-state area architecture and engineering firm LAN Associates. The Pine Island location is the third location for Clemson Bros. Brewery, who also has taprooms in Middletown and New Platz, New York.
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I CSC N ew Y ork D eal M aking Brokerage leases retail space for national franchise in neighborhood SC in Cherry Hill Vantage Real Estate Services represents 1-800-Flowers in securing new retail location
HERRY HILL, NJ — VantageReal Estate Services is pleased to announce that national franchise, 1-800-Flowers, has signed a lease for their newest 680 s/f retail location at Centrum Shoppes, 219- 221 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd., Cherry Hill. Centrum Shop- pes is conveniently located minutes from I-295 and Rte. 70, on the border of Cherry Hill and Haddonfield Town- ships. Centrum Shoppes features a diverse roster of co-tenants, including Arnie’s Butcher & Gourmet Shop, C
Youngs Nail Salon, Jay Asian Bistro, Yi’s Karate, Labelle Fit Studio, and TD Bank, that complement the multi- brand omnichannel corpora- tion—which has several other locations in Connecticut and neighboring Bellmawr, NJ. Monica Walsh , direc- tor of client services at Vantage RES, represented 1-800-Flowers in the trans- action and worked closely with the landlord, Brian O’Sullivan of Cherry Hill Plazas, LLC , to secure the space within the franchise’s tight time frame.
“The Centrum Shoppes is a natural fit for 1-800-Flow- ers,” Monica said. “With their esteemed history, gourmet foods and beautiful floral arrangements, this retailer will surely be embraced by Cherry Hill and the greater South Jersey area.” O’Sullivan added, “We are thrilled to welcome 1-800-Flowers to The Cen- trum Shoppes; we know that they will be the perfect complement to our current tenants and to the neighbor- hood.” F o u n d e d i n 1 9 6 7 , 1-800-Flowers.com, Inc. is a floral and gourmet foods gift retailer and distribu- tion company that forever changed the way flowers, gourmet foods and other gifts are purchased. They are one of the first retailers to use a 24 x 7 toll-free telephone number, then the Internet for direct sales to consumers. With an exceptional variety of brands and a constantly growing selection of gifts, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. continues to change how cus- tomers buy gifts. About Vantage RES: Head- quartered in Marlton, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA, Van- tage Real Estate Services (Vantage RES) is a full-ser- vice commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm serving New Jersey, Phila- delphia and Eastern Penn- sylvania. Vantage RES spe- cializes in all aspects of com- mercial real estate including: landlord and/or tenant rep- resentation, healthcare ser- vices, investment sales and/ or acquisitions, multi-family sales and/or acquisitions, business brokerage, land sales, land development, property management, prop- erty valuations and advisory. Vantage RES is guided by the core belief that in order to achieve success, we must think like a client but per- form like a partner. We have the optimal team in place to service any commercial real estate project and we work hard to achieve our client’s goals. Each member of the Vantage RES team brings a unique background and per- spective to the market. Com- bined, we have tremendous, unmatched experience that shows in our success in the CRE market in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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I CSC N ew Y ork D eal M aking National Realty & Development Corp.'s 340,000 s/f town center in Middletown, NJ 24 Hr. Fitness becomes latest retailer to join growing roster of tenants at The Shoppes at Middletown
IDDLETOWN, NJ — National Real- ty & Development
Corp. (NRDC) announced that 24 Hour Fitness has signed a 37,000 s/f lease at The Shoppes at Middletown, becoming the latest retailer to join the growing roster of tenants at the 340,000 s/f town center in Middletown. The Shoppes at Middletown will be located on Rte. 35 at the intersection of Kings Highway East in eastern Monmouth County NJ. Construction of The Shop- pes at Middletown, which will offer a blend of grocery, recreation, fitness, specialty boutiques and restaurants with outdoor dining, will com- mence in the spring of 2020. NRDC has already leased over 230,000 s/f of the available space at the center, which will be anchored by Wegmans and CMX Cinemas. Other tenants such as Pet Supplies Plus, a liquor store offering wine and liquor tasting events and Nails Spa & Beyond - a high- end, full-service spa and salon with four New Jersey locations - have also joined the center. “We have always envisioned The Shoppes at Middletown to house a diverse roster of offer- ings that will significantly en- hance the local retail environ- ment and provide a downtown gathering place,” said John Orrico , president at NRDC. “A five-star fitness company such as 24 Hour Fitness will bring an exciting energy that has been missing from this part of the Rte. 35 corridor, and will serve as the perfect complement to Wegmans, CMX Cinemas, and the lively, walkable atmosphere that will begin to emerge next year.” The new state-of-the-art 24 Hour Fitness will bring Mid- dletown the same amenities and superior level of services its members have become ac- customed to. 24 Hour Fitness prides itself on providing a team of motivating fitness professionals who offer person- alized health solutions, while creating friendly, supportive communities for members to enjoy their fitness journey. The new Wegmans stores feature a European open-air café concept that include dis- plays of fresh produce, meats, fresh-caught seafood, deli products, international foods, plus all the grocery and house- hold items usually found in a
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Anchored by IGA Supermarket, revamped retail center will offer new shopping & dining options Cedar Realty Trust Breaks Ground at Fishtown Crossing Shopping Center inNortheast Philadelphia
H I LADELPH I A , PA — Cedar Real- ty Trust, Inc. broke ground on Thursday, October 3rd at Fishtown Crossing, the redevelopment of a shopping center in Northeast Philadel- phia formerly known as Port Richmond Village. The initia- tive will create 18,000 s/f of new retail space, designed for a diverse mix of fast-casual dining, restaurants and shop- ping. Fishtown Crossing will also feature a host of new amenity upgrades, creating new public spaces that will foster an inviting atmosphere for shoppers and visitors. P
chief executive officer Bruce Schanzer , executive vice president and chief operat- ing officer Robin Zeigler and senior vice president of development and construction Michael Sommer . “As Fishtown and Port Rich- mond continue to thrive, we’re creating a destination for a diverse mix of shopping and dining that harnesses the en- ergy of these neighborhoods,” said Schanzer. “Along with the addition of new retailers, this property is getting a full facelift, while adding new public gathering spaces that reflect the growing preference for a unique, walkable retail experience.” The shopping center will soon welcome Starbucks and Nifty Fifty’s. Fishtown Cross- ing is currently home to nearly 20 shops, including IGA, GNC, Kicks USA, Slack’s Hoagie Shack and Rita's Water Ice, in addition to a diverse tenant mix that includes beauty and health, clothing, professional services and discount retailers. The redevelopment is expected to add a mix of fast casual and sit-down restaurants, in addi- tion to the creation of outdoor seating areas and landscaped common areas. “With each and every prop- erty, we take the time to un- derstand the specific wants and needs of the community so we can ensure that our re- development reflects the needs of local residents,” said Zeigler. “This shopping center, already a staple in the neighborhood, will soon have a host of new retail options that will benefit residents for many years to come.” The property is the first of several redevelopment initia- tives led by Cedar Realty Trust in Philadelphia. In South Philadelphia, the Company is leading the South Quar- ter Crossing redevelopment, which will initiate substantial improvements to two exist- ing shopping centers known as Quartermaster Plaza and South Philadelphia Shopping Center. In addition to the en- hancement of the retail struc- tures onsite, South Quarter Crossing will include the addi- tion of 270 apartments, along with a wide range of improve- ments to the surrounding pe- destrian walkways, ultimately creating a more seamless inte- gration with the surrounding neighborhood.
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I CSC N ew Y ork D eal M aking 2,300 s/f of office/retail space at 201 Rock Rd. in Glen Rock, NJ
Horning and Lizzack of NAI Hanson negotiates lease to bring dental practice to retail suite
lord, 201GlenRockRoad, LLC, and Masserano Real Estate and Consulting, LLC’s Joe
age, the property’s high vis- ibility provides tenants with retail exposure to a population of 401,820 individuals residing within five miles. 201 Glen Rock Rd. is also within walk- ing distance to Ridgewood Junction Train Station and offers ample parking in the building’s rear lot. Glen Rock Pediatric Dentistry, LLC will be occupying a corner suite within the building, taking advantage of its high levels of visibility on the crossroads of Rock Rd. and Glen Ave. “Over the past couple years, we’ve noticed an uptick in medical users seeking out re- tail locations to leverage their exposure as a tool to maintain and expand their practices,” said Lizzack. “As we continue to see this strategic move by a number of independent practitioners across a range of specializations, we have noticed a recent increase in the number of dental offices pursuing these highly visible locations as well. We were pleased to leverage our medical office expertise to effectively market 201 Rock Road’s highly visible retail location to these types of users and help our client secure a quality medical office tenant.” 2nd Ave. Value Stores celebrates opening at LMC's Union SC UNION, NJ — 2nd Ave Value Stores – a thrift chain dedicated to bringing custom- ers the best value in high- quality, secondhand clothing, household goods and collect- ibles – recently celebrated its grand opening at Union Shop- ping Center. Located at 2661 Morris Ave. in Union, the retail property is leased and man- aged by commercial real estate services firm Levin Manage- ment Corporation (LMC) . The new 40,000 s/f 2nd Ave store features a distinctive de- sign to enhance the thrift shop- ping experience. Shoppers can enjoy a relaxing library lounge complete with a wide collection of books, a luxury shoe wall featuring on-trend looks and well-organized merchandise displays. Situated at the signalized intersection of Morris and Lib- erty avenues, Union Shopping Center is accessible to Kean University and Union High School.
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