26A — August 16 - 29, 2013 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal

Gilbert represents McFarland Development KWCommercial handles sale of OH retail land

Goodman closes leases in Bryn Mawr and Wayne, PA Equity Retail Brokers’ Wherty &SamtmannrepresentVerizon

EXTON, PA – Blair Gil- bert, SIOR and managing director of KW Commercial Real Estate represented McFar l and Development of Syracuse, NY in the ac- quisition of a retail land parcel in Co- lumbus, OH. The 4.56 acre property is Blair Gilbert

located adjacent to the new Hollywood Casino and will be- come part of Restaurant Row, a destination location project that is expanding across the US. Restaurant Row groups popular nationally known restaurants in a town center setting to create a unique dining experience. The seller, West Highland Plaza was represented by Location Finders International of Mokena, IL. n


rick, NJ — Equity Retail Brokers agents Brian Wherty and

Rob Samtmann recently rep- resented Verizon Wireless in leasing a 4,000 s/f pad site at the heavily‐trafficked Market Place at Brick, located on east- bound Route 70 in Brick. Market Place at Brick is lo- cated in the heart of the market with immediate access to many major highways and is owned and managed by Edgewood Properties . Verizon Wireless will open in late 2013, joining national co‐tenants Costco Wholesale, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Christmas Tree Shops. Equity Retail Brokers cur- rently represents VerizonWire- less in New Jersey, Pennsylva- nia, and Delaware. Verizon Wireless was formed in the year 2000 and has in- vested more than $80 billion into their nationwide network to increase its coverage and ca- pacity. They operate more than 1,900 retail locations, including kiosks, across the country. Conshohocken, PA – David Goodman of Eq- uity Retail Brokers recently represented The Play Café in leasing 4,000 s/f of retail space on Lancaster Ave. in Bryn

NY & Co. joins tenants at Levin-managed shopping ctr.

Mawr, PA. The Play Café is a place where children and their caretakers can eat, relax, take a class, create an art project or have a birthday party. The store plans to open in the latter half of 2013. In addition, Goodman repre- sented the landlord in leasing a total of 2,084 s/f at Eagle Vil- lage Shops located on Lancaster Ave. in Wayne (Radnor Town- ship), PA. Eagle Village Shops is an awardwinning, open‐air lifestyle center in the heart of suburban Philadelphia’s “Main Eagle Village Shops located on Lancaster Ave. in Wayne, PA Line.” The center features upscale boutiques and restau- rants, as well as brick‐paved walkways, beautifully land- scaped grounds and recently renovated cottage‐like shops. Element Six Clothing Compa- ny, a boutique women’s clothing company, will occupy 1,100 s/f of space. SewRob, a customized tailoring service with custom made apparel for men, women and children, will occupy 984 s/f. Both stores plan to open their doors in the third quarter of 2013. n

Somerset Shopping Center

Turnersville, NJ — National Realty & Devel- opment Corp. (“NRDC”) announced that the Police and Fire Federal Credit Union will be joining their 196,000 s/f Washington Plaza in Turn- ersville. Washington Plaza, anchored by Burlington Coat Factory and LA Fitness, is lo- cated in Washington Township Washington, D.C. — Skanska USA Commer- cial Development Inc. has secured two more leases at its project 1776 Wilson Blvd. with 100 Montaditos and Pier 1 Imports. 100 Montaditos will occupy 2,940 s/f of ground floor corner retail space at the intersection BRIDGEWATER, NJ — New York & Company has joined the tenant roster at Somerset Shopping Center in Bridgewater announced Levin Management , the property’s leasing and man- aging agent. The retailer has leased 7,440 s/f of space at the 214,202 s/f center. The lease brings retail occupancy at the center to 100 percent. “Located in the heart of one of the state’s wealthiest counties, this is a stellar lo- cation for any tenant,” said

on the Black Horse Pike (State Route 42) at the junction of the Atlantic City Expressway. “Police and Fire’s new 4,000 s/f freestanding building will be great addition to our center”, said Greg Oshins , leasing representative at NRDC. “This marks the first NJ location for the Credit Union and we wish them much success.” n Michael Cohen , Levin’s VP of leasing. “New York & Co. has earned a large and loyal following with consum- ers, and represents a strong addition to the center’s di- verse apparel mix. We are confident this retailer will make a major contribution to the ongoing success of the center.” Somerset Shopping Center serves a growing residential population of more than 108,000 people within a five- mile radius. n

Florham Park, NJ — The Goldstein Group has placed Garbanzo Mediter- ranean Grill at The Plaza at Florham Park located at 176 Columbia Tpke.  Neil Goldstein , principal of The Goldstein Group, rep- Marty’s Shoes. CJ Huter and J esse Fin- kelstein , sales associates at The Goldstein Group, and Lew Finkelstein , vice president at The Goldstein Group, repre- sented the landlord and tenant in both transactions. n The Goldstein Grp. arranges 2,000 s/f lease Dietrick Group. represents landlord and tenant in +/-2,100 s/f resented the restaurant in the transaction of the 2,000 s/f of space. Lodi and Carlstadt, NJ — The Goldstein Group has consummated two leasing transactions in Lodi and Carl- stadt for local footwear chain

NRDC adds The PoliceAnd Fire Federal Credit Union To Washington Plaza

Bethlehem, PA — Kelly Berfield of Dietrick Group , represented both the landlord and the tenant in the leasing of +/-2,100 s/f of retail space at 11 E. Third St., Bethlehem – formerly Monsoon Art Gal- lery. New tenant Stephen Kilroy is set to open sandwich fran- chise Primo Hoagies in the pedestrian-friendly South Side location on July 1. The restaurant will be the second for Kilroy, who also owns the Primo Hoagies situ- ated at 1403 N. Cedar Crest Blvd., Allentown.

Skanska signs two more leases in DC of Wilson Boulevard and North Quinn Street. The restaurant will be able to serve approxi- mately 140 customers inside and an additional 50 diners on the patio.

Pier 1 Imports will lease 11,083 s/f of ground floor space on the Clarendon Boulevard side of the building. n

11 E. Third St., Bethlehem

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