Leasing

Chick-fil-A

Atlanta — Atlanta-based fast-casual brand Chick-fil-A will open four new restaurants in metro Miami. Chick-fil-A has broken ground on the first of the units, which will comprise 4,800 square feet in Cutler Bay. Dustin Griffiths of Chick-fil-A and David Emihovich of Katz & Associates represented Chick-fil-A in the lease negotiations. Michael Berkowitz of Berkowitz Development Group and Douglas Landsea of Landsea Development are the landlords. Development is scheduled to begin on three additional restaurants — which will be located in Miami Shores, Pinecrest and Princeton — later this year. 

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J.Crew-Factory_Watertown-Mass

Watertown, Mass. — Seven new tenants have signed leases at Arsenal Yards, a mixed-use development in Watertown, roughly 10 miles outside Boston. J.Crew Factory and Jersey Mike’s Subs are now open at the property. Additionally, Butterbird, Splash and Dash, Marvelous Cuts, Medium Rare and Squeeze Massage are scheduled to open later this year. Arsenal Yards, which is developed by Boylston Properties and Wilder Cos., totals more than 1 million square feet and features life sciences, residential and hospitality uses, in addition to retail and restaurant space. 

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Nordstrom-Rack

Queen Creek, Ariz. — Nordstrom Rack will open a 28,025-square-foot store at Queen Creek Marketplace, a retail center located in Queen Creek, approximately 40 miles southeast of Phoenix. Other tenants at the property, which totals 900,000 square feet, include Target, Kohls, Harkins Theatres, Trader Joe’s, Sephora, Handel’s Ice Cream, Reformed Pilates, Nothing Bundt Cakes and Little Flippers Swim School. Vestar is the developer, landlord and manager of Queen Creek Martketplace. 

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A strategic location and concierge business services have created robust growth in Moreno Valley, Calif.

Thriving enterprises seeking to broaden their reach recognize a prime destination in Southern California that consistently outperforms others: Moreno Valley. Companies such as Sprouts Farmers Market, Texas Roadhouse, 85°C Bakery, Raising Cane’s, Hilton, Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop and WoodSpring Suites are extending their presence in the city for good reason. They benefit from Moreno Valley’s unparalleled business-friendly atmosphere, a driven workforce, strategic positioning and competitive leasing rates. Fortune 500 and global corporations are flourishing in Moreno Valley, and below are some of the reasons why. Strategic Positioning Situated at the junction …

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Fashion-District-Easton-Town-Center_Columbus-Ohio

Columbus, Ohio — New retailers and restaurants are scheduled to open within Easton Town Center’s reimagined Fashion District in Columbus. Openings at the development, which totals 100,000 square feet, will include expanded flagship stores for Louis Vuitton, Sephora, L’Occitane and lululemon, as well as locations for new tenants including Chanel Beauty, David Yurman, Golden Goose, BOSS, Alo Yoga, Jo Malone, Faherty, Buck Mason, Bluemercury, Tecovas and Breitling. Other tenants at the property include Mastro’s, PBR Cowboy Bar + Smokehouse and Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, which has been significantly remodeled. Cameron …

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JD-Sports

Inglewood, Calif. — Three new tenants have signed leases totaling 128,500 square feet at Hollywood Park, a mixed-use development currently underway in Inglewood, approximately 13 miles outside downtown Los Angeles. JD Sports and Iconix Fitness will occupy 7,500 and 56,000 square feet, respectively, beginning this summer. Cosm will also open a 65,000-square-foot experiential venue at the property this summer. Upon completion, Hollywood Park — which is being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner and Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke — will feature up to 890,000 square feet of retail space, as well …

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Wayne, N.J. —Sportime Pickleball will open a 50,000-square-foot facility in the Northern New Jersey community of Wayne. The venue will feature 18 courts. Neil Seth, Jennifer Konefsky, Kenji Ota and Kathryn Cruz of Cushman & Wakefield represented Sportime Pickleball in the lease negotiations. Curtis Nassau and Patrick Brake of RIPCO Real Estate represented the landlord, Kimco Realty. The opening is scheduled for the first quarter of 2025.

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Issaquah, Wash. — Barnes & Noble has signed a 25,000-square-foot lease at Issaquah Commons, a retail center located in Issaquah, roughly 15 miles outside Seattle. Scheduled to open this fall, the new store will be situated between Sephora and Chipotle Mexican Grill. The store will include a café and feature a new layout and design. Avison Young manages and leases Issaquah Commons, which totals 373,603 square feet. Other tenants at the property include Safeway, Target, Trader Joe’s, REI, Athleta, WildFin American Grill, Panera Bread, Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria and Just Poke. 

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Houston — Four new tenants have signed leases at CITYCENTRE, a 47-acre mixed-use property located in Houston. Star Cinema Grill opened at the center last month, in a space formerly occupied by Studio Movie Grill. Additionally, American Threads, Rowan and Southern Tides have signed leases at the property. The concepts will open stores totaling 1,800; 1,000; and 1,500 square feet, respectively. Each of the openings is scheduled for this summer. TriGate Capital is the landlord of the property, which was developed by Midway and is managed by Parkway. 

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Crunch-Fitness_Centre-Hagerstown

Hagerstown, Md. — Continental Realty Corp. (CRC) has signed Crunch Fitness to a 30,973-square-foot retail lease in Hagerstown, a suburb of Washington, D.C. The fitness concept will backfill a former Bed Bath & Beyond space at Centre at Hagerstown, a nearly 300,000-square-foot regional shopping center located at 17850 Garland Groh Blvd. The lease brings the occupancy rate of the shopping center to 97 percent. Melissa Sweeney of CRC, along with Matt Copeland and Michael Patz of KLNB Retail, represented the landlord in the lease deal. Ryan Wilner of KLNB Retail …

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