Camp Hill, Pa. — A&G Real Estate Partners will market 79 Rite Aid store leases for sale, in its capacity as real estate advisor to the company, pending approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey. Part of Rite Aid’s financial restructuring process, this marks the third tranche of leases to be sold and follows a set of 92 store leases that became available in November. Ranging from 5,502 to 31,468 square feet, the leases are located in 11 states, including California, Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, …
Camp Hill, Penn. — Rite Aid will sell an additional 92 store leases as part of its financial restructuring, pending approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey. Ranging from 5,000 to 33,548 square feet, the stores are located in California, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington. A&G Real Estate Partners, real estate advisor to the company, will broker the transactions in the form of private sales. The leases comprise the second tranche to be sold, and more leases are expected to be …
Baltimore — Always Ice Cream Co. will open a 1,135-square-foot shop within The Village of Cross Keys, a retail center located in Baltimore. Scheduled to open next spring, the shop will be located between Atlas Restaurant Group’s Asian restaurant and The Cordish Co.’s Cece’s Roland Park. Caves Valley Partners is the landlord at the property.
Baltimore — Restaurateur Pinky Cole will open two food-and-beverage concepts, Slutty Vegan and Bar Vegan, at Baltimore Peninsula, a $5 billion mixed-use redevelopment project currently underway in Baltimore. Scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2024, the plant-based restaurants are expected to create more than 100 new jobs. The 14 million-square-foot, 235-acre Baltimore Peninsula development also features a four-acre sports venue, ROOST Apartment Hotel and the Rye House and 250 Mission residential communities. The development and investment team for the project includes MAG Partners, MacFarlane Partners, Kevin Plank of Under …
Edgewood, Md. — KLNB has brokered the $10.4 million sale of Edgewood Plaza, a retail center located in Edgewood, roughly 25 miles outside Baltimore. Food Lion anchors the 76,000-square-foot property. Dollar General is also a tenant at the property, which was 96 percent leased at the time of sale. Chris Burnham, Andy Stape, Vito Lupo and Jake Furnary of KLNB represented the seller, Sandmar Properties, in the transaction.
Crofton, Md. — Two new tenants will join the roster at Seven Oaks Shopping Center in Crofton. Jersey Mike’s and Bruster’s Ice Cream will occupy a 3,046-square-foot pad site at the property, which is anchored by Weis Markets. Brandon Howard of Divaris Real Estate represented the landlord in the lease negotiations.
Salisbury, Md. — KLNB has brokered the $14.2 million sale of College Square Shopping Center in Salisbury. Tenants at the center, which was 97 percent leased at the time of sale, include Dollar Tree, BioLife Plasma, Ace Hardware and Planet Fitness. Chris Burnham, Vito Lupo, Andy Stape and Jake Furnary of KLNB’s Retail Capital Markets team arranged the sale on behalf of the seller, Rockford Capital Partners, which has owned the property since 2015.
Baltimore — Chasen Cos. has signed Puttshack to The Whitney, a five-story mixed-use building in Baltimore’s Harbor East neighborhood. Scheduled to open in late 2024, the space will mark the first Maryland location for the brand, which currently has nine locations in the U.S. The space will comprise roughly 25,000 square feet and feature three nine-hole mini-golf courses, private event space, two full-service bars and an outdoor patio space with 50-seat capacity.
New York City — The Necessity Retail REIT Inc. (RTL) has completed the sale of 44 properties leased to Bob Evans restaurants for a total $93 million. The restaurants are located in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland. “With this sale, we have intentionally reduced our total portfolio exposure to fast casual dining to less than 2 percent from 4 percent, based on annualized straight-line rent,” says Michael Weil, chief executive officer of RTL.
Maryland — Slim Chickens has signed a deal with Phoenix Foods LLC to open eight new locations in the Maryland counties of Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll and Harford. Brad Hoag, franchisee and owner of Phoenix Foods, will operate the locations, which will join another 1,100 restaurants currently in development for the brand. Hoag, who is based in Baltimore, is a former developer and operator of 10 Qdoba Mexican Grill locations and currently operates 10 Burger King restaurants.