Houston and Frisco, Texas — Jewelry retailer Tanishq has opened two new stores in Texas totaling 8,800 square feet. The stores in Houston and Frisco comprise 3,800 and 5,000 square feet, respectively, and mark the second and third locations in the country for the brand. Tanishq also opened a flagship store in New Jersey in January.
Fort Worth, Texas — First Watch has signed a lease at Waterside, a 63-acre mixed-use property located in Fort Worth. Scheduled to open early next year, the restaurant will be located near REI, Yoga Six, Club Pilates and Cycle Bar. Other tenants at the development include The RIM, CAVA, Whole Foods Market, F45 and Piattello Italian Kitchen.
Port Washington, N.Y. — A joint venture between PEBB Enterprises and Sagamore Hill Partners has secured $18.8 million for the refinancing of Soundview Marketplace, a 188,109-square-foot retail center located in Port Washington on Long Island. Deutsche Bank AG is providing the loan to the joint venture, which acquired the property in December 2020. The financing will include a $15.8 million initial advance, as well as $3 million allocated for future funding of capital improvements and leasing costs. Built in 1962 and 1977, the center comprises four buildings situated on 11 acres. …
Phoenix — EoS Fitness has opened a 42,000-square-foot gym in Phoenix. This marks the 30th location in the state for the brand. Amenities at the property include a cardio movie theater lined with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes and stair climbers and EoS Yard, a turf functional training area with battle ropes, sleds and tire flips. The gym also features saunas, a stretch tables, percussion massagers, compression boots and massage chairs.
Buckeye, Ariz. — Vestar has signed leases with six tenants to anchor Verrado Marketplace, a 500,000-square-foot shopping center currently under development by the firm in Buckeye, roughly 35 miles outside Phoenix. Target, Harkins BackLot, Safeway, Marshalls, Ross Dress for Less and HomeGoods are scheduled to open at the property in late 2025. Harkins BackLot will occupy 75,000 square feet with an entertainment concept featuring a restaurant, sports viewing arena, arcade, bowling alley and private event area. Target will open a 147,000-square-foot store, and Ross Dress for Less and HomeGoods will occupy …
Aurora, Ill. — Four new retailers will join Fox Valley Mall, a three-story shopping center located in Aurora, approximately 40 miles outside Chicago. NY Designer Rack has opened a 3,187-square-foot store at the property, and Fox Valley Convenience, XIMI Life and Sushi Mania will occupy 786; 2,867; and 220 square feet, respectively. All tenants are scheduled to open by the end of this year. Centennial is the landlord at the shopping center, which is managed by Centennial Real Estate Management Co.
Brookhaven, Ga. — Connolly has signed new tenants to Parkside on Dresden, a $70 million mixed-use development underway in the Atlanta suburb of Brookhaven. The four-acre development is scheduled to open in fall 2024 and will comprise residential units, as well as 32,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. Tenants will include Confab Kitchen and Bar, Honeysuckle Gelato, Café Vendome, Clean Juice, El Valle, MIRAE and F45 Training. Mindy Elms and Ed O’Connor of Lavista Associates Inc. manage retail leasing at the property on behalf of Connolly.
New York City — Fitness International has signed a 36,500-square-foot lease in New York City. Occupying the entirety of the retail space at 59 Maiden Lane in Manhattan, Fitness International will open a Club Studio facility at the property. Club Studio offers boutique fitness classes and amenities. David Abrams, Eliot Goldschmidt, Jeff Jacobson and Brandon Miller of masonre represented the landlord, AmTrust RE, in the lease negotiations. Chase Welles of The Shopping Center Group and John Kalamaras of RealSource Group represented the tenant.
Wauwatosa, Wis. — Dollar Tree has signed a 10,500-square-foot lease in the Milwaukee suburb of Wauwatosa. The store will be situated within Burleigh Square. Emily Smits and Mike Fitzgerald of Mid-America Real Estate represented the landlord, an entity doing business as CPG Wauwatosa LLC.
Aventura, Fla. — Diamonds Direct has opened a new store in Aventura. Situated on Biscayne Boulevard, the showroom totals 6,000 square feet. The store offers loose and mounted diamonds, engagement ring mountings, jewelry, wedding bands and pearls, among other products.