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Bellefont, Pa. — Marcus & Millichap has arranged the $10.1 million sale of a retail building located in Bellefont. Giant Food occupies the property, which was constructed in 2022 as part of Paradise Shopping Center, on a net-lease basis. Dean Zang, Brad Nathanson and David Crotts of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, a Pennsylvania-based developer, in the transaction. JRW Realty represented the buyer, an affiliate of Exchange Right.

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Fayetteville, Ark. — Arkansas-based fast-casual brand Slim Chickens has signed a franchise deal for 12 units in the state of Pennsylvania. Plans include the addition of restaurants in the counties of Lancaster, Lebanon, Dauphin, York, Cumberland, Centre, Franklin, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry and Adams. PSMMSM PA Ventures, also a Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee, will own and operate the new units. 

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Center Valley, Pa. — Specialty sports retailer Rally House has signed a 5,903-square-foot lease at Promenade Saucon Valley, a shopping center located in Center Valley. Scheduled to open this summer, the store will be located between Barnes & Noble and J.Crew Factory. Other recently added tenants at the property include Five Guys Burgers & Fries, The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill, Club Champion, Fulton Bank, FD Market, Turning Point, Handmade Mystic and Lashses by Gab. 

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Warrendale, Pa. — Rue21, an apparel and accessories retailer based in the Pittsburgh area, has filed for bankruptcy and will close all its stores in the coming months, according to reports from multiple news organizations such as CNN, Reuters and The Business Journals. All three of those media outlets report that this is the third bankruptcy filing in the history of Rue21, which operates about 540 stores nationwide, down from more than 1,000 at the height of its existence. Following Rue21’s 2017 bankruptcy filing, the company closed some 400 stores. The retailer also shed about …

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Center Valley, Pa. — Five Guys Burgers & Fries will open a 2,407-square-foot restaurant at Promenade Saucon Valley — formerly known as The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley — in Center Valley. Scheduled to open this fall, the store will be situated between tenants European Wax Center and uBreakiFix. Five Guys’ portfolio currently includes more than 1,700 restaurants globally. 

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Philadelphia — PREIT Realty has completed a financial and corporate restructuring. This marks the company’s emergence from bankruptcy — it initially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in December 2023, with the company’s creditors agreeing to a “prepackaged” bankruptcy. The Philadelphia-based company owns and operates malls in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, Michigan, North Carolina and South Carolina, in addition to properties in the multifamily, hotel and healthcare sectors.  PREIT reduced its total debt by roughly $835 million through a previously announced reorganization plan and received commitments of approximately $130 …

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Horsham, Pa. — First National Realty Partners (FNRP) has acquired Elements Horsham, a 50,353-square-foot retail property located in Horsham, roughly 25 miles north of Philadelphia. The property was 94 percent leased at the time of sale to tenants including Starbucks Coffee, MaGerk’s Pub & Grill, Aqua-Tots Swim School, TruMark Financial and Charles Schwab. James Galbally, Patrick Higgins, Chris Munley and Colin Behr of JLL represented the undisclosed seller in the transaction.

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Harrisburg, Pa. — The Kislak Co. has brokered the $4.6 million sale of Uptown Plaza, a 156,066-square-foot retail center located in Harrisburg. Built in 1957 on 14 acres, the property features 30 storefronts. Tenants at the center include H&R Block, Metro PCS, McDonald’s and Save-a-Lot. Robert Holland and Barry Waisbrod of Kislak arranged the sale on behalf of the seller, Town Associates. America’s Realty purchased the property.

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Parkesburg, Pa. — Marcus & Millichap has arranged the $7 million sale of Parkesburg Shopping Center, a 53,319-square-foot retail center located in Parkesburg, roughly 50 miles west of Philadelphia. Grocery Outlet and Planet Fitness anchor the 7.7-acre property, which recently underwent a capital improvement program. Other tenants include the U.S. Post Office and Dollar General. Joseph French Jr. and Kodi Traver of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller and procured the buyer in the transaction. 

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