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Real Estate Journal — Shopping Centers — October 26 - November 8, 2018 — 5A


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Antonicello of Grid Real Estate reps. landlord in 6,100 s/f 10-year lease in Jersey City Chesler of Colliers leads brokerage team in the sale of The Shoppes at Foxmoor in Robbinsville


OBBINSVILLE, NJ — Colliers Interna- tional Group Inc. has

arranged the sale of The Shoppe s a t Foxmoor, lo- cated at 1095 Washington Blvd. in Rob- binsville. The Colliers NJ i nv e s t -

Jacklene Chesler

ment sales team represented the seller and procured the buy- er of the 125,295 s/f retail asset. The team was led by Jacklene Chesler and included Patrick Norris, Matthew Brown and Angelo Vitale , all based in the global commercial real es- tate services firm’s Parsippany office. Colliers marketed the property in conjunction with Ten-X , an online transaction platform for commercial real estate, also leveraging Colliers’ proprietary investor database. This hybrid approach resulted in 12 qualified, active bidders, NORFOLK, VA — Down- town Norfolk Council an- nounced that Selden Market has selected three new in- cubator storefront tenants. Slide Thru #FAM and KOR Vintage have celebrated their grand openings the weekend of October 12th and 13th. Pure Lagos has transitioned from a pop-up and is already open for business. Selden Market serves as Downtown Norfolk’s first retail incubator for new and emerging businesses. Selden creates a constantly changing environ- ment with diverse storefront tenants and pop-up businesses that operate on daily-to-yearly lease schedules. The goal of the market is to stimulate street- level activity with low rent, short-term leases, business education and mentorship to help businesses shape their model, learn from each other and build community in a low- risk environment. Slide Thru #FAM: A fast casual eatery serving mod- ern handhelds with Filipino

The Shoppes at Foxmoor in Robbinsville

2800 Kennedy Blvd.

more than 20 property tours, and the execution of more than 200 confidentiality agreements. “The Shoppes at Foxmoor is a well-located, neighborhood retail asset,” said Chesler. “The property was 36% occu- pied at the time of sale with tenants that are e-commerce resistant, including medical, restaurants, lifestyle, finan- cial, and health and beauty.” The Shoppes at Foxmoor is favorably sited within minutes

of major travel routes includ- ing Rte. 130 and I-195 and 295, as well as concentrated industrial and office campuses. The property is also within walking distance to Town Cen- ter, a mixed-use development with over 900 residential units and 220,000 s/f of retail and office space. Over the past de- cade, the municipality has at- tracted Fortune 500 companies including Amazon and its 1,800 local employees, Mercedes-

Benz, Falken Tire, and La-Z- Boy. Additionally, nearly 12 million s/f of warehouse space provides easily accessible sup- ply chains for retailers. Journal Square Health & Fitness, the gym that’s home to CrossFit Accomplished, has signed a 6,100 s/f 10-year lease for the entire building at 2800 Kennedy Blvd. in the Journal Square business district. Build- ing renovations are underway with the new fitness facility KOR Vintage is a reseller of vintage and transformed ap- parel, accessories and home decor inspired from retro styles and designs of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Founded in 2013 by Keo Ramirez, KOR Vintage’s collection features rare finds and stylish, one-of-a-kind, time- less classics. Inspired by urban street fashion, art and music, KOR Vintage specializes in pairing unique vintages pieces with high fashion, iconic trends to create bold, unforgettable statements. Pure Lagos: A Curated boutique of indigenous Afri- can, handmade and artisan treasures Pure Lagos is an African art gallery and boutique that offers a curated selection of origi- nal art, fashion and artifacts from Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Kenya and more. Owner Sia Alexander attended Stanford University andHoward Univer- sity, graduating Magna Cum KOR Vintage: AVintage, retro fashion and home decor

expected to open in early 2019. Colliers served as tenant rep- resentative for CrossFit Accom- plished. Bobby Antonicello of Grid Real Estate represented the landlord. Architectural and interior design is being handled by G3 Architects . The Colliers team of executive managing director Nancy Er- ickson and associate Jennifer Flores , both based in the firm’s Parsippany office, represented CrossFit Accomplished.  Laude with a degree in human psychology. After working as a therapist, Alexander pursued a career in fashion and developed an all-natural and homemade skin and body care line using indigenous African herbs and plants called SiaNatural. "Being a part of the Selden Market small business com- munity has been a wonderful blessing to me as a woman entrepreneur,” said Alexander. “I have worked internationally for many years, but my experi- ence as a local boutique owner at SeldenMarket has shownme that there's no place like home." "These businesses work tire- lessly to execute their visions in only a few weeks, and it's incredibly rewarding to help them polish their brands, busi- ness models, products and de- signs for their audience,” said Selden Market Retail Director CareyannWeinberg. “While the new tenants prepare to bring fresh options to the downtown market, we also get to see previous tenants adapt their businesses, learn and grow." 

Selden Market in Norfolk VA announces new fall storefront tenants

Selden Market

mind,” said Jackson. “My fam- ily and my refined culinary skills began here so I'm abso- lutely ecstatic to bring even more diversity to the market and reach another level on all fronts." "The amount of support and guidance that they provide entrepreneurs is one of the many reasons we're excited to be a part of Selden Market,” added Garcia. “We can't think of a better way to grow our business and share our culture than this."

and American flavors Adding a savory food option to the market, Slide Thru #FAM is the result of a decade-long friendship of co-owners Chef Eric Jackson and Rina Parrilla Garcia. The two met working in a corporate restaurant and immediately connected on their shared love of food and music. The pair will feature signature sliders like the Mango-Dobo or the Dinuguan-Mi. "The vibrancy of downtown Norfolk has always held a special place in my heart and

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