H Cushman &Wakefield handles 403,622 s/f transaction on behalf of owner FCP announces sale of 1 Dulles inHerndon, VA for $226.0Million erndon, VA — FCPSM announced the sale of One Dulles
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invest and, with fund capital available to us, we will con- tinue to seek opportunities like this one in the Dulles Corridor and other strong submarkets throughout the Washington, DC region and the East Coast.” One Dulles Tower is located within the upscale Woodland Park master planned devel- opment, with extraordinary 360-degree views, convenient access to more than 140,000 s/f of retail, a hotel and 5-acre park and is one half mile from both the future Herndon and Innovation Center Silver Line Metro Stations. FCP extends its appreciation to Bill Collins, Paul Collins, Drew Flood, Eric Berkman , and Shaun Weinberg of Cushman & Wakefield for their representation of FCP in the sale of the building. n the United States. Shippers can reach 100 million consum- ers within a day’s departure. CBRE teams led by Mindy Lissner, Jeffrey Babiki- an, William Waxman , and Thomas Sullivan represent- ed the sellers in the transac- tion. Camber Real Estate Partners and Cushman & Wakefield served in an ad- visory capacity to the buyer group. “New Jersey has one of the largest concentrated crit- ical masses of warehouse and distribution space in the U.S. due to its vast logistical infrastructure network of highways, deep-water cargo ports, air freight capabili- ties and rail servicing the entire region,” Mindy Lissner said. “Advance and Greek can look forward to strong interest from the increasing number of food, consumer product, household goods, and e-commerce tenants actively exploring and expanding into the market.” n
Tower to affiliates of Harbor Group International, LLC for $226.0 million. FCP pur- chased the 403,622 s/f class A office building prominently located on the Dulles Toll Road in Herndon, VA in Oc- tober 2015 and completed an extensive renovation following the planned move out of the prior single tenant occupant. In early 2017, FCP signed a lease for a full-building tenant. FCP sr. vice president, Erik Weinberg , said, “FCP is thrilled with the exceptional results of the repositioning of this trophy Dulles Corridor tower.” He continued, “One Dulles is an excellent example of the type of commercial office property in which we like to
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CBRE’s Lissner, Babikian, Waxman & Sullivan represent sellers Advance Realty &Greek Development acquire 350-acre development parcel in Linden, NJ
LINDEN, NJ — The part- nership of Advance Realty and Greek Development announced the acquisition of a 350-acre tract of land in Linden, NJ.
With limited opportunities in high-barrier to entry mar- kets such as Northern New Jersey, the developers expect to satisfy the requirements of modern distribution ten-
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the best designed logistics centers in New Jersey. As the state’s industrial market con- tinues to thrive, we anticipate significant interest in the rare opportunity we are planning to create in Linden.” Located off Tremley Point Road, the development tract comprises several contigu- ous parcels in a location that provides exceptional access to one of the world’s most concentrated and affluent cus- tomer bases. Additionally, the property is situated within the Port submarket, just 10 miles from the Port of New York and New Jersey, the largest port on the East Coast and the third-largest port in
ants and e-commerce users in search of class A warehouse space. “The City of Linden has fostered a unique opportunity at Tremley Point,” Advance Realty CEO Peter Cocozi- ello said. “We look forward to working with Greek Develop- ment and City of Linden offi- cials to improve the site with a world class development in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant industrial mar- kets.” Added Frank Greek , prin- cipal and CEO of Greek De- velopment: “We are extremely excited to partner with Ad- vance on what will be among
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Deploys regional and national team of experienced retail professionals CBRE teams with Brandywine Realty Trust for retail portion of $3.5B Schuylkill Yards development P
operations. The national and regional team of CBRE professionals involved in the effort include Steven Gartner, Jeffrey Co- hen, Lisa Stoddard, Mallory Scaccetti, Todd Caruso and Rija Beares . According to Steven Gart- ner, CBRE's managing direc- tor of retail services, "Brandy- wine’s Schuylkill Yards will be a world-class development, one of the most prominent and vis- ible in the country. Its location is situated among the finest higher education and medical institutions in the nation, and is adjacent to the region's major transportation hub. We look forward to advising Brandywine and other team members to create a lifestyle environment that is more than just brains and trains. Through thoughtful placemaking, design, and lively ground floor activity, Schuylkill Yards will be a groundbreaking, dynamic, 24-hour community." n Atlantic and Southeastern offices. “He will play a key role as we continue to expand our multi-tenant retail foot- print throughout the region.” Prior to joining Marcus & Millichap, Laycox was president of Urban Acre In- vestments, LLC, a boutique brokerage firm. During the course of his career, he has participated in over $350 million in transactions in Virginia, North Carolina and Washington D.C. He also served as director of investment services team at Colliers International, specializing in the sale of retail assets across the Mid- Atlantic. His educational back- ground - The Ohio State University. He is licensed in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. He is an active member of the Inter- national Council of Shopping Center (“ICSC”). n
hiladelphia, PA — CBRE has been re- tained by Brandywine Realty Trust to provide retail advisory and transaction ser- vices for its Schuylkill Yards project in Philadelphia. The 14- acre, 6.9 million s/f innovation community is being developed in University City, adjacent to Amtrak's 30th Street Station and Drexel University, the site’s primary ground lessor. The first phase of the $3.5 bil- lion, multi-year project includes Drexel Square, a 1.3-acre com- munity park at the corner of 30th &Market Streets, opening later this year, and the reimag- ining of the former Bulletin Building. At full buildout, Schuylkill Yards will be one of the nation's leading large-scale innovation communities, con- sisting of office, retail, labora- tory, residential and hospitality spaces. CBRE is deploying a re- gional and national team
Schuylkill Yards rendering sure long-term success in creating Philadelphia's "Next Great Neighborhood." Using best practices gleaned from other developments world-
of experienced retail pro- fessionals and placemak- ers to strategically provide Schuylkill Yards the ground- floor vibrancy that will as-
wide, it will create an invit- ing, appealing environment designed to attract many first-in-the-market retail, dining and entertainment
KLNB’s Maddux, Miller, Minnehan, and Copeland broker 5.5 acre sale
Edward Laycox joins Marcus & Millichap as vice president
Washington , DC — Marcus & Millichap announced that Edward
Laycox has joined the firm as vice p r e s i d e n t investments in Marcus & Millichap’s Wa s h i n g - ton, D.C. of- fice. In his new
role, Laycox will specialize in the sale of retail properties throughout the Mid-Atlantic with a focus on serving pri- vate clients. He brings more than 17 years of valuable retail and commercial real estate experience. “Ed is a highly skilled broker and his experience in navigating complex re- tail transactions will add tremendous value to our clients,” said Bryn Merrey , senior vice president/division manager of the firm’s Mid-
Royal Farms at Nottingham Ridge. Both retailers are un- der construction and plan to open later in 2018. The 17-acre Nottingham Ridge development is located on Philadelphia Road immedi- ately south of theWhite Marsh Boulevard interchange with I-95. Approximately 9 acres remain available. “White Marsh is one of Bal- timore County’s largest and fastest-growing business and residential communities. It is a dynamic retail location
that provides great value and growth to companies such as Sheehy,” said Maddux. “There are many significant employ- ers in the region — Stanley Black and Decker, Franklin Square Hospital, Comcast, and more — so the residential population will only get denser as these companies continue to expand. It is exciting to bring Sheehy Auto Stores, Royal Farms and other high-quality retailers to Nottingham Ridge and to this powerful and grow- ing community.” n
White Marsh, MD — KLNB , the full-service com- mercial real estate brokerage firm, announced today the sale of 5.5 acres to Sheehy Auto Stores in the new Nottingham Ridge development in White Marsh, MD. Tom Maddux, Patrick Miller and Ryan Minnehan of KLNB repre- sented the seller, Nottingham Ridge II Business Trust and Matt Copeland of KLNB represented the buyer, Sheehy Auto Stores. Sheehy Auto Stores joins
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ennett Square, PA — The Shoppes at Longwood Village, Lahn represents the landlord in Kennett Square, PA Waters Retail Group signs leases totaling 49,333 s/f at The Shoppes at Longwood Village K as Two Stones Pub, Hearth Kitchen, Capriotti’s, Red So- brero, and Wendy’s.
• Fine Wine & Good Spirits “Premium Collection,” which is operated by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, will of- fer their customers a bRd.er selection of products and an enhanced space to shop. The new “PremiumCollection” store will also feature a warmer and friendlier décor with a new tasting bar. • Ulta Beauty, which is based in Bolingbrook, Illinois, is the largest beauty retailer in the United States and the premier beauty destination for cosmet- ics, fragrance, skin, hair care products and services. Ulta operates over 1,000 stores throughout the Country with its closest locations in Exton, PA and Wilmington, DE. • Carter’s/Osh Kosh, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia, is the leading brand of children’s clothing, gifts and accessories in America with over 1,000 stores in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Carter’s/OshKosh’s closest locations are in Exton, PA and Wilmington, DE. n Neuman Comm’l. Group arranges sale of a Joppa Center for $2.675M
• Ross Dress for Less, which is based in Dublin, California, is the second-largest off-price re- tailer behind TJX Companies, parent company of Marshall’s, TJ Maxx and HomeGoods. Ross has over 1,300 stores through- out the Country with its closest location in Exton, PA. Ross offers first-quality, in-season, name brand and designer ap- parel, accessories, footwear and home fashions for the entire family at savings of 20% to 60% off department and specialty store regular prices every day.
which opened in the Fall of 1992, is about to welcome four new retailers to the shopping center. Waters Retail Group , a Southeast Pennsylvania de- velopment, management, leas- ing, and brokerage firm, has signed leases with Ross Dress for Less (22,000 s/f), Fine Wine & Good Spirits “Premium Col- lection” store (12,000 s/f), Ulta Beauty (10,333 s/f), and Cart- er’s/OshKosh B’gosh (5,000 s/f). Construction will begin this Spring with the new stores opening in Spring and Fall,
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2019. Kevin Lahn of Waters Retail Group represented the landlord in these transactions. The Shoppes at Longwood Village is located at the inter- section of East Baltimore Pike and Bayard Rd. in Kennett
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By Joel Groover 7-Eleven taps local brokers to ramp up its North American store count
fashioned pounding the pave- ment still works best for Fiore- AmecAngelo. “By the time a site is on the Internet, everybody knows about it,” she said. “I’m looking for gems that are not yet on the market.” In addition to lots of driving, the broker takes full advantage of one of the traditional cornerstones of the real estate business—per- sonal relationships. “Develop- ers in this region know me well and understand my role at 7-Eleven,” she said. “They have brought me probably 15 or 20 sites in the last month alone.” continued on page 6A
-Eleven has big plans for its 100th birthday in 2027 — opening 20,000 new
for new 7-Eleven locations, certain site criteria always catch her attention: If it’s a cor-
on half-acre parcels without gasoline forecourts. “That gives you more options for new sites,” she said. Fiore-AmecAngelo looks for sites with heavy vehicle counts as well as sufficient parking for on-the-go shoppers. “Having access to neighborhoods tends to be important to 7-Eleven,” she said. “The company wants people to be able to run to their neighborhood 7-Eleven in their pajamas.” Proximity to traffic- drivers such as schools and hospitals is also a plus. To meet the needs of those on- the-go shoppers, Kimmel adds,
7-Eleven is offering greater varieties of fresh and prepared foods in appealing store en- vironments that are a far cry from the c-stores of 40 years ago. “More people are working today, with two-family incomes now being the norm,” Kimmel notes. “Technology is also a big part of that lifestyle, which is why we’re so focused on apps that ramp up customer conve- nience. While Millennials are important for us, everybody these days is attached to that phone.” Technology is a bigger part of real estate as well, but old-
stores across the Uni t ed Stat es and Canada. To hit that targe t , the company is aggressively p u r s u i n g sites in sub-
ner site with a traffic light and access on both sides, for instance, the owners will likely get a call to gauge their willing- ness to sell, she said. In
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urban neighborhoods, urban downtowns and just about everything in between, said Stuart Kimmel, real estate manager for 7-Eleven’s Penn Jersey zone, which encom- passes Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. “We don’t have a cookie-cutter design,” he notes. “We’ll do a suburban site with gas or a walk-up store downtown. Our only ‘must- have’ is the customer.” According to Kimmel, 7-Elev- en’s real estate teams are about halfway toward their 20,000-store target. (Globally, the company counts 65,000 stores in 18 countries.) As they launch new 7-Elevens in their respective zones, Kimmel and other real estate managers keep the pipeline stocked by relying on both in-house reps and local brokers. Working at such a massive scale, Kimmel explains, requires a multi- pronged approach. “You might look at six or seven locations and do only one deal,” he said. “You have to be persistent, re- sourceful and aggressive.” In the Penn Jersey zone, which already includes ap- proximately 600 stores, about 12 or 15 new 7-Eleven stores will be developed and opened in a given year, Kimmel said. Most of the company’s newest stores in the Penn Jersey zone are ground-up developments, says Patti Fiore-AmecAngelo, a National tenant rep and senior sales associate at R.J. Brunelli & Co., LLC, an Old Bridge, NJ-based retail real estate brokerage. For the past two years, Fiore-AmecAngelo has worked directly with Kim- mel’s team as the preferred broker for 7-Eleven in Eastern Pennsylvania and in six New Jersey counties. She has a total of nine deals underway, several of which are breaking ground this year. These include new Garden State stores as well as Pennsylvania locations that are undergoing local approvals. As Fiore-AmecAngelo drives around her territories scouting
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Howard County, MD shopping center sells for $7 million Marcus & Millichap’s Burnham and Zang completes 46,302 s/f retail property sale L
centers” said Burnham. “The visibility of the center, along with tenant mix, drew maxi- mum interest from Buyers in the market which allowed us to push value for our client.” concludes Burnham. Cherry Tree Shopping Cen- ter is located at 11200 Scaggs- ville Road, Laurel, MD. The property has excellent visibil- ity directly off of U.S. Route 29, a popular commuter route paralleling Interstate 95, and is ideally located between both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. The shopping center is situated on 3.86 acres and includes two buildings; a free- standing building occupied by Verizon Wireless as well as a two-story strip that was occu- pied by a mix of national, large franchisee and local tenants. n Feldman Group of Marcus &Millichap sells Capitol Hill mixed-use property WASHINGTON, DC — The Feldman Group of Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of 653 Pennsylvania Ave. SE for $3.65 million in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC. The 6,155 s/f mixed-use property traded at $593.01 psf. Josh Feldman , First VP investments, and Ian Ruel , senior investment associate, of the Feldman Group brokered the transaction between the seller, The Goldstar Group , and the buyer, Douglas Devel- opment Corporation. n 7-Eleven taps local brokers to ramp . . . As Kimmel sees it, forging long-term relationships with local brokers is a smart way to uncover the best opportunities for 7-Eleven. “I like working with Patti because she is very aggressive and hardworking,” he said. “She understands our customers’ needs and uncov- ers sites for us based on that understanding. That’s the dif- ference between a ‘one-and- done’ broker and someone who collaborates with you over the long haul.” Joel Groover is an Atlan- ta-based freelance writer and a contributing editor of Shopping Centers Today, the monthly magazine of the International Council of Shopping Centers. n continued from page 5A
AUREL, MD — Mar- cus & Millichap an- nounced the sale of Cherry Tree Shopping Center, a 46,302 s/f retail property located in Laurel, MD. The asset sold for $7 million, which equates to $151 psf. Christopher Burnham , senior associate in Marcus & Millichap’s Baltimore office and Dean Zang , senior man- aging director of investments inMarcus &Millichap’s Wash- ington, D.C. office had the listing to market the property on behalf of the seller, a local private developer. The buyer, City Wide Properties, was also
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NAIOP , the commercial real estate development associa- tion, has announced the fi- nalists for its highly coveted Deal of the Year Awards. Three winners, one each for Industrial Deal of the Year, Office Deal of the Year and Mixed-Use Deal of the Year, will be revealed at the 31st An- nual Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala, which will be held on Thursday, May 10 at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset, N.J. The Mixed-Use Deal of the Year finalists are: Cushman & Wakefield Site Assemblage at Valley Health System, Paramus : The Cushman & Wakefield team assembled a 20+ acre site for Valley Health System’s new $735 million hospital in Paramus. It involved the purchase of two sites compris- ing 500,000 s/f of office space and a one-acre car wash. As part of the transaction, an additional 200,000 s/f office building was constructed. In- volved in the deal: Cushman & Wakefield, Valley Health System, Cole Schotz P.C. and Welsh Chester Galiney Matone Inc. New Brunswick Cultural Center Redevelopment, New Brunswick: The $171.8 million, 450,000 s/f, 23-sto- ry New Brunswick Cultural Center Redevelopment ini- tiative represents a complex public-private partnership of 19 major partners. With world- class performance venues, 207 apartments, office space and a parking garage, it will trans- form the city’s cultural district. Involved in the deal: New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO), Pen- nrose Properties, City of New Brunswick, County of Middlesex, Rutgers Uni- versity, New Brunswick Cultural Center, NJ EDA, New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA), AJD Construction, Elkus Ar- chitects, Investors Bank, AEGON, CITI and TDBank. The recipients of the 2018 Commerc ial Real Estate Awards will also be honored at the Gala. Jon F. Hanson of The Hampshire Com- panies will receive the Life- time Achievement Award. The Impact Award will be presented to Mack-Cali Re-
• General construction and/or rehabilitation • Associated soft development expenses Call 609-858-6767 or visit www.NJEDA.com/RealEstateImpactFund for more information.
Cushman & Wakefield Site Assemblage at Valley Health System, Paramus
Thank you NAIOP for recognizing the New Brunswick Cultural Center Redevelopment Project as a finalist for Deal of the Year .
Presenting to the judges on February 23 were Rustav Nazirbaev (Cushman & Wakefield), Christopher Caslin (Cole Schotz), Robin Goldfischer (Valley Health System), Robert Rudin and Jan Randall (Cushman & Wakefield).
Congratulations to the Partners New Brunswick Development Corporation · Pennrose · City of New Brunswick New Brunswick Parking Authority · County of Middlesex Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Jersey Economic Development Authority · New Brunswick Cultural Center Investors Bank · CitiGroup · AEGON
New Brunswick Cultural Center Redevelopment
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Chris Paladino, Merissa Buczny (DEVCO), and Timo- thy Henkel (Pennrose) presented the deal before the judges on February 23.
Caren S. Franzini Public Part- ner Award. The members-only Gala tick- et pre-sale is open now through March 17. Ticket sales will be open to the public on March 18. For complete details and updates, visit http://naiopnj. org/Gala31. n
alty Corporation’s Michael J. DeMarco and Jeffrey J. Milanaik of Bridge Develop- ment Partners . StanDanzig of Cushman & Wakefield will be recognized with the Industry Service Award and Woodbridge Mayor John E. McCormac will receive the
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iFLY Indoor Skydiving appoints Caryl Communications Inc. as media correspondent New Jersey’s first Bodyflight Tunnel to open in mid-April in Paramus, NJ P iFLY is the world’s largest operator, designer and builder of vertical wind tunnels with facilities around the globe.
cushion of air in a vertical wind tunnel known as the flight chamber. The company, originally named SkyVenture, opened its first facility in 1999. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, iFLY is committed to performance, safety and reli- ability. Today, iFLY is the world’s largest operator, designer and builder of vertical wind tun- nels for this exciting action sport – indoor skydiving – with facilities across the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. What to Expect at iFLY
Before entering the flight chamber with a certified in- structor, all flyers take part in a 30-minute training and practice session. Significance: A Growing New Genre of Action Sports – Bodyflight Bodyflight is one of the fastest-growing sports world- wide and its competitions are governed by the Interna- tional Bodyflight Association. iFLY’s invention of modern wind tunnels has given more individuals the opportunity to learn the sport. Skydivers now have a consistent way to
advance skills that ordinarily require jumping from planes. In addition, iFLY certified instructors design bodyflight training programs for sports enthusiasts to discover the sport and progress in their flying skills, participating in freestyle and formation flying competitions. Innovative Programming Includes STEM Field Trips and All Abilities Events iFLY seeks to educate and inspire through its range of innovative programming. As part of its commitment to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) educa- tion, iFLY partners with local school systems to host field trips for elementary, middle and high school students. During each field trip, iFLY’s trained STEM educators guide students through an interac- tive presentation, wind tunnel demo and other grade-appro- priate lab activities. iFLY fa- cilities worldwide have hosted more than 60,000 students from 3,000+ schools. n Goldstein Group announces recent retail transactions PARAMUS, NJ — The Goldstein Group completed the following retail transac- tions: In Harrison, Metro PCS leased a 2,000 s/f space at 432 Bergen Street. This prime retail site is anchored by QuickChek and Rite Aid and is located at a signalized in- tersection. It’s close to a new Path station with convenient access to Rte. 280, Garden State Parkway and the NJ Turnpike. President, Chuck Lanyard , and sales associ- ate, Marc Palestina , handled the transaction for the owner, MCP Associate s, and the tenant. In Montclair, Vanillamore filled a 1,400 s/f space on Bloomfield Avenue. The loca- tion features affluent demo- graphics, a densely populated marketplace, 30,000+ daily car count and is in the heart of downtown Montclair and three miles from Montclair State University. Neighbor- ing tenants include Anthro- pologie, Urban Outfitters, Starbucks, CVS, theWellmont Theatre and Chase Bank. Lanyard, brokered the trans- action on behalf of the tenant and landlord, BL Yards . n
ARAMUS, NJ — Ca- ryl Communications Inc. announced its ap- pointment as media corre- spondent for iFLY Indoor Skydiving, opening early April in Paramus, just 20 miles from midtown Manhattan. iFLY of- fers bodyflight, a fast-growing sport around the world for children and adults alike. The immersive, thrilling experi- ence, known for “delivering the dream of flight to everyone” in its patented vertical wind tunnel, is suitable for almost anyone of any age and any ability.
iFLY Indoor Skydiving (iFLY) will open its first New Jersey location in Paramus in early April 2018. Geared for all ages - from 3 to 103 - and abili- ties, iFLY makes the dream of flight a reality by giving customers “wings” to fly in the safety of a patented vertical wind tunnel. In 1998, under the direction of founder Alan Metni, iFLY developed the technology to create a stable, wall-to-wall
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ittle Ferry, NJ — NAI James E. Han- son completed the sale Sale will enable CVS to construct a 15,655 s/f store NAI Hanson’s Sauerborn negotiates 41,000s/f whse. sale L
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of a vacant 4 1 , 0 0 0 s / f wa r e h o u s e at 200 Lib- er ty St . in Little Ferry. The sale will enable CVS Pharmacy to construct a
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L ivingston , NJ — Santander Bank has signed a long term extension of its lease at Crossroads at Livingston, 301 South Livingston Ave. The nearly 5,000 s/f bank branch offers a full range of financial products and banking services. Located in the heart of Liv- ingston, Crossroads at Livings-
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15,655 s/f store at the location. NAI Hanson’s Gary Sauer- born represented the seller, Liberty Street Realty in the transaction. The redevelopment site at 200 Liberty St. offered CVS the ideal combination of accessibil- ity, visibility, and population density that CVS looks for in redevelopment opportunities. “When marketing a property like this, it is important for the broker to think outside of the box in terms of future uses,” said Sauerborn. “Although the zoning and construction at this site made continued industrial tenancy seem like the most opportunistic usage, we rec- ognized that the location and accessibility made for a perfect opportunity for a retail opera- tor. This recognition enabled us to properly market the site and negotiate a deal a prime purchase price in line with fair market value for an asset of this type.” n carryforward year. This provi- sion will affect many business who have experienced gains in prior years and losses cur- rently. These taxpayers will no long be able to apply some of the losses to previous tax years. Personal real estate. There are two major provisions that are not necessarily specific real estate business but will affect significantly individuals who own a home. The first is the home mortgage interest deduction which is now limited to interest on $750,000. The second is that state tax deduc- tions will be limited to $10,000. While the increased standard deduction has been increased, many individuals paying more than $10,000 in real estate property taxes will no longer get a deduction for payment of such amounts. Tim Malloy is an attorney in Barley Snyder’s Tax Practice Group. n continued from page 2A How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act . . .
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Property Name Northeast
306,876 Kmart, Burlington, Market Basket
Boston Rd. & Tower Farm Rd. Plain St. & Lowell Connector Medway St. & Beaver St.
Shops at Billerica
272,142 Target, Marshall’s, Best Fitness
Meadow Brook Center
158,693 Stop & Shop, HomeGoods, TJ Maxx
234,705 Future Development
Harbor Pointe Marketplace
Route 440 & Goldsborough Dr.
S Ac H Gr Fe Mi Va
19 AC BJ’s Wholesale Club (New Development) 126,367 Virtua Medical Group (Under Development)
Shoppes at Renaissance Square
Route 70 & N. Locust Ave. Hanover Ave. near Horsehill Rd.
Hanover, NJ Evesham, NJ
BJ’s Shopping Center
26,016 Royal Farms
State Hwy. 73 & Sunbird Dr.
Morris Township, NJ 104,594 Future Development
16.963 AC Across from Walmart, Sam’s, TJ Maxx
Adjacent to Foreign Trade Zone
Mount Olive, NJ
9.33 AC Across from Walmart Supercenter
Old Bridge, NJ
Route 18 & Foxborough Dr.
150,150 Whole Foods (Under Development)
Route 46 & Waterview Blvd. Springfield Ave. at Roselyn Pl.
0.199 AC Vacant Land
Vauxhall (Union), NJ 0.3239 AC Vacant Land
Springfield Ave. near I-78
Se U Sh
S. Delsea Dr. (Rte. 47) & College Dr. Black Horse Pike & Main St.
94,452 CVS, Rockin’ Jump, Dollar General
Williamstown Shopping Center
26 AC Across from Walmart Supercenter
Route 13 & Bennie Rd.
182,875 Kohl’s, Super Stop & Shop
Saratoga Rd. & Glenridge Rd. Commack Rd. & Grand Blvd.
Deer Park, NY
Target Shopping Center
Glenville (Albany), NY 170,616 Target, Pet Supplies Plus, Mattress Firm Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 170,451 Stop & Shop, Regal Cinemas, Dollar Tree
Lake Shore Plaza II & III
Portion Rd. & Patchogue-Holbrook Rd.
Monroe/Woodbury, NY 711,816 Walmart, Target, Home Depot, BJ’s
Routes 17/6 & Route 32 Route 59 & Hutton Ave.
276,792 Home Depot, Raymour & Flanigan, Staples
Home Depot Shopping Center
61,823 Super Stop & Shop, Residence Inn
Route 303 & Palisades Pkwy. Montauk Hwy. & Station Rd.
21,212 US Post Office
Stony Ridge Plaza
Route 9W & Park Rd. 660 White Plains Rd.
Stony Point, NY
660 White Plains Road
Adjacent to Super Stop & Shop
134,271 Home Depot
Home Depot Shopping Center Home Depot Shopping Center
Lehigh St. & Route 78 Hanover St. (Rte. 34) & I-81 Cowpath/HorshamRd. @Rte. 309 Rte. 309 & Pumping Station Rd. Hamilton Blvd. & Grange Rd.
140,715 Home Depot, Chili’s
Montgomeryville, PA 133,124 BJ’s Wholesale Club, Lowe’s
Five Points Plaza
444,531 Target, BJ’s, Best Buy, Petsmart, Staples
Quakertown, PA Trexlertown, PA
Macungie Crossing Shopping Ctr.
±36,671 Near Walmart Supercenter
Midwest Marshall’s at The Grove
Downers Grove, IL
75th St. & Lemont Rd.
Evansville Shopping Center
162,394 Rural King, Buehler’s IGA, Dollar General
Morgan Ave. & Boeke Rd. Pendleton Pike & Shadeland Ave. U.S. Hwy. #30 & Water St.
134,797 Rose’s Department Store
The Market Place at Warsaw
183,900 Carson’s Dept. Store, Sears, Dunham’s
Muskegon Shopping Center
167,212 Jack Loeks Theatres
Henry St. & Norton Ave.
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GLA/ Acreage Anchor Tenants
Port Huron Shopping Center
114,981 Big Lots, Save-A-Lot, Talecris Plasma
Howard St. & 24th St.
Port Huron, MI
9.37 AC Development Opportunity
Fort St. & Burns Ave.
Midway United Village
University Ave. & Snelling Ave.
Office Max, Family Dollar
St. Paul, MN
Home Depot Plaza
Rte. 20 & Orchard Rd.
148,466 Home Depot
Ashtabula, OH Columbus, OH
Great Western Commerce Center
N. Wilson Rd. & Valleyview Dr.
300,254 Great Western Academy, Restaurant Depot
South Academy Plaza
102,962 Academy Sports + Outdoors
Memorial Pkwy. SW&DrakeAve. SW
Fern Park Plaza
131,646 Ross, Beall’s Outlet, Aldi, Dollar Tree 312,498 Two blocks north of University of Florida
Fern Park, FL
Semoran Blvd. & Hwy. 17/921 NW 13th St. & University Ave. USHwy. 98N&LakelandParkCtr Dr.
Mixed Use Development
325,705 Beall’s Outlet, AMC Theatres, JoAnn Fabrics
N. Fort Myers, FL
US Hwy. 41 & SR 78
259,871 Earth Fare, Burlington, Best Buy, Staples
Shady Oaks Shopping Center SW 27th Ave. & College Rd.
Seminole Centre University Mall
368,166 Walmart Supercenter, Ross, Aldi 1,332,205 Dillard’s, Burlington, Grand’s, Sears
S Orlando Dr. & Lake Mary Blvd. EFowler Ave. &BruceB. DownsBlvd.
Sanford, FL Tampa, FL
257,761 Lowe’s, Kroger, Dollar Tree
Route 23 & Diederich Blvd.
Long Meadow Shopping Center
164,293 Family Farm and Home, PA Dutch Market
Potomac Ave. & Northern Ave. Liberty Rd. & Brenbrook Dr.
146,586 Home Depot
Marketplace at Rivergate
Gallatin Pike & Conference Dr.
111,835 Oak Factory Outlet, Harbor Freight Tools
Shops at Tech Ridge
12901 I-35 South & Parmer Ln.
505,803 Floor & Decor, Fitness Connection, Ross
Food Lion Shopping Center
10.2 AC Food Lion, Fresenius Medical
Rte. 1 & Chippenham Pkwy.
Richmond, VA Winchester, VA
89,918 Dick’s, The Fresh Market, Planet Fitness
S. Pleasant ValleyRd. &E. Jubal EarlyDr.
263,323 Kroger, Goody’s Department Store
St. Albans Shopping Center
Rte. 60 & Boone St.
St. Albans, WV
West Freestanding Barnes & Noble
19,360 Barnes & Noble
1035 N. Metro Pkwy. W & 28th Dr. 8701W. McDowell Rd. &N. 86th Dr.
Phoenix, AZ Tolleson, AZ
86,479 Near Desert Sky Mall
East Sahara Plaza
127,754 Family Dollar
E. Sahara Ave. & McLeod Dr.
Las Vegas, NV
Available Anchor Space
119,766 Value Village
Mission St. SE & 25th St.
Freestanding Office Max
410 S. 900 E. & 400 S.
29,051 Office Max
Salt Lake City, UT
Arecibo Towne Center
±350,000 Future Development
Routes 2 & 22
Reinadel Sur; PonceTowneCenter II
±525,000 Walmart Supercenter, Home Depot
Routes 2 & 10 @ PR-52
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