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Reporting The Nation’s Weekly News on Retailing & Retail Real Estate Volume XXVIII No. VIII

February 22, 2013

FEATURING apparel Chains Expand Nationwide Vanity Shop of Grand Forks trades as Vanity at 175 locations nationwide throughout 28 states. The stores, offering women’s and juniors apparel items, occupy spaces of 2,500 sq.ft. to 3,500 sq.ft. in enclosed malls. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run five years. A vanilla shell and specific improvements are required. Major competitors include Aeropostale, Charlotte Russe and Wet Seal. For more information, contact Dane Tollefson, Vanity Shop of Grand Forks, 1001 25th Street North, Fargo, ND 58102-3116; 701-237-3330, Fax 701-235-6789. Downtown Locker Room operates 80 locations throughout AL, GA, IL, MD, MO, NC, NJ, NY, SC, VA and the Washington, DC metropolitan area. The stores, offering brand name urban apparel and footwear, occupy spaces of 4,000 sq.ft. to 4,500 sq.ft. in malls and strip centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout AL; northern FL in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville; GA; IL; IN; MD; MO; NC; SC; VA and the Washington, DC metropolitan area during the coming 18 months, with representation by The Mazzotta Group. A vanilla shell and tenant allowance are required. For more information, contact Laurie Mazzotta, The Mazzotta Group, 100 West Road, Suite 300, Towson, MD 21204, 410-494-6500, Fax 410783-8988; Email: laurie.mazzotta@mazgrp.com; Web site: www.dtlr.com.

Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. trades as Jos. A. Bank at 601 locations nationwide. The stores, offering a full line of casual and dress apparel for men, occupy spaces of 4,000 sq.ft. to 4,500 sq.ft. in malls and lifestyle, specialty and power centers, as well as urban/downtown areas. Growth opportunities are sought throughout major metropolitan markets nationwide during the coming 18 months. Preferred demographics include a population of 150,000 within five miles earning $100,000 as the average household income. The company will also consider locating within class A regional malls and outlet centers. For more information, contact Joe Foley, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc., 500 Hanover Pike, Hampstead, MD 21074; 443-508-4871, Fax 443508-4799; Email: jfoley@jos-a-bank.com; Web site: www.josbank.com. Hamrick’s, Inc. trades as Hamrick’s at 21 locations throughout GA, NC, SC, TN and VA. The stores, offering family apparel, accessories, footwear and gifts, occupy spaces of 40,000 sq.ft. to 42,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations, malls, power and strip centers. Plans call for two openings throughout the existing markets during the coming 18 months. The company prefers site submittals to be sent via mail. For more information, contact Betty Bernardo, Hamrick’s, Inc., 742 Peachoid Road, Gaffney, SC 29341; Web site: www.hamricks.com. (continued on page ten)

This issue contains information on: • Retailers operating 20,052 locations with plans to open 3,135 sites • Real estate valued in excess of $98 million to be bought, sold & financed • Leasing activity on over 2.8 million sq.ft. of retail properties s Postmaster: Periodical New nt a te rt di Impo se Expe Plea

icsc mid-atlantic conference & dealmaking New Construction Greenhill Cos. develops centers in MD and VA............................ Pg. 3 Observations & Conversations

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Buyers & Sellers Schaffer & Associates reps national buyer............................ Pg. 5 Food Chains Expand Manhattan Pizza focused on markets in MD and VA............... Pg. 6 Profile | Streetsense................. Pg. 7 Who’s Opening & Where Twin Peaks on a roll for more sites............................................ Pg. 8 Lease Signings Velocity Retail inks two anchor deals in AZ................................. Pg. 9 Sources of Financing Malkin Strategic Capital is open to lend........................................ Pg. 9 Making The News Mid-American Real Estate - Wisconsin promotes vice president.................................... Pg. 9 Lead Sheet Studio Movie Grill plans up to 7 openings..................................... Pg. 12 Anytime Fitness on a major expansion push.......................... Pg. 13 Red Wing Shoes projects up to 35 openings................................ Pg. 14 Exclusives Charter Realty reps Alamo Drafthouse.................................. Pg. 19 Space Place................................ Pg. 19


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new construction LRC Opportunity Fund is redeveloping a 110,000 sq.ft. 10-story former Wachovia building located along Fayetteville Street in Raleigh, NC. The project will feature retail and restaurant space on the ground floor, a possible performing arts stage, as well as office space. The first tenants are expected to open during early 2014. For more information, contact LRC Opportunity Fund, 5620 University Parkway Winston-Salem, NC 27106; 917-8462021; Email: info@lavitt.com; Web site: www.lrcopportunityfund.com.

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Street Sense is preleasing Main Street at Waugh Chapel, located at the intersection of Crain Highway and Waugh Chapel Road in Crofton, MD. Shop spaces from 6,400 sq.ft. to 12,000 sq.ft. are available, along with pad sites and endcap locations. Cotenants include McDonald’s and Buffalo Wild Wings. Area retail includes Village at Waugh Chapel, featuring Rite Aid, HomeGoods, Marshalls, Safeway, Chipotle, BB&T Bank, Pier 1 Imports and Burger King, in addition to Waugh Chapel Town Center anchored by Wegmans, Target, Petco, Regal Cinemas and Old Navy. Area demographics include a population of 93,605 within five miles earning $85,635 as the median household income. Average daily traffic counts include 64,500 vehicles. For more information, contact James McCandless or Nick Page, Street Sense; jmccandless@streetsense.com and nick@streetsense.com; Web site: www.streetsense.com. Capitol Commercial Realty is preleasing Fairfax Station Shopping Center, a 75,111 sq.ft. shopping center located along Fairfax Boulevard in Fairfax, VA. Spaces from 1,400 sq.ft. to 12,000 sq.ft. are available. Cotenants include Direct Furniture, Baskin Robbins, Annapolis Lighting and Hooters. Area retail includes Fairfax Court, featuring Burlington Coat Factory, Goodyear, Pier 1 Imports, XSport Fitness and Boston Market. Area demographics include a population of 190,485 within five miles earning $108,221 as the average household income. For more information, contact Joe Caputo, Capitol Commercial Realty, 1050 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, 10th Floor, Washington, DC 20036; 301-947-6901; Email: joe@capitolcommercialrealty.com; Web site: www.capitolcommercialrealty.com. Greenhill Cos. is preleasing a 365,911 sq.ft. center situated on 20.45 acres at the intersection of Van Dorn Street, South Picket Street and Edsall Road in Alexandria, VA. Spaces from 6,000 sq.ft. to 120,000 sq.ft. are available. Area draws include Giant. The company is also preleasing Beltsville Business Center, a 50,000 sq.ft. mixed-use center situated on 3.25 acres at the intersection of Route 1 and Rhode Island Avenue in Beltsville, MD. Area draws include University of Maryland. The company is also preleasing Georgia Crossing North, a 35,450 sq.ft. center located at the intersection of Georgia Avenue, Grandview Avenue and University Avenue in Wheaton, MD. Area draws include Westfield Mall. For more information, contact Greenhill Cos, 4901 Fairmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814; 301-657-2525; Web site: www.greenhillcompanies.com.

Carolina Holdings, Inc. is preleasing a 9,000 sq.ft. specialty shopping center situated on two acres along Pooler Parkway in Pooler, GA. Shop space of up to 9,000 sq.ft. is available. Area retail includes Pooler Marketplace, featuring Publix. Area demographics include a population of 38,864 within five miles earning $72,133 as the average household income. The average daily traffic count is 19,190 vehicles. For more information, contact David W. Winburn, Carolina Holdings, Inc., 40 West Broad Street, Suite 410, Greenville, SC 29601; 864-272-0088, Fax 864-272-0078; Email: david.winburn@choldings.com; Web site: www.choldings.com. North American Properties is developing Alpharetta Avalon, a mixed-use development situated on 86 acres in Alpharetta, GA. The center will feature 101 luxury homes, office, retail, and public space components. Cotenants will include Pinkberry, Dry Bar, Lululemon, Luxury Nail Spa, Kona Grill, Fly Wheel, Destination Maternity, White House|Black Market, Banana Republic, Ted’s Montana Grill and Cru Wine Bar. The center is slated to open during August 2014. For more information, contact North American Properties, 264 19th Street Northwest, Suite 2200, Atlanta, GA 30363; 404-965-9065, Fax 404-685-8007; Web site: www.www.naproperties.com. Stirling Properties, along with CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., is developing Fremaux Town Center, an 80-acre development located in Slidell, LA. The first phase of construction will include 295,000 sq.ft. of retail space and is slated to open during 2014. Cotenants will include Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, Best Buy, T.J.Maxx, PetSmart, LongHorn Steakhouse, Lane Bryant, Ulta and Rack Room Shoes. Phase two of construction will include 300,000 of retail space. For more information, contact Stirling Properties, 109 Northpark Boulevard, Suite 300, Covington, LA 70433, 985898-2022, Fax 985-898-2077; Web site: www.stirlingprop.com. Johnson Commercial Development is developing The Pinnacle, a 1.3 million sq.ft. mixed-use center situated on 250 acres off of Highway 81 in Bristol, TN. There is 380,000 sq.ft. of retail space available. A 100,000 sq.ft. Bass Pro Shop will anchor the center, slated to open during April 2014. For more information, contact Steve Johnson, Johnson Commercial Development, 601 State Street, Bristol, VA 24201; 276466-2626, Fax 276-466-2828; Web site: www.johnsoncommercialdev.com. DM February 22, 2013 | Page 3


observations and conversations Real estate departments are more worried about finding new locations than they are about rent reductions, relocations and renegotiating renewals. Ann O’Neal

Welcome to The Dealmakers special edition for the ICSC’s Mid-Atlantic Conference. I’m hearing mixed reviews about the Mid-Atlantic market, however, everyone that I’ve spoken to lately about this show all agree that having the event at the National Harbor is just one more reason to attend. Attendance is expected to be close to 2,000 and the first day has some good educational sessions and networking opportunities. The Retail Runway rounds out the first day followed by the cocktail party. On the second day, the Dealmaking opens at 8:30 in the morning and I’m sure there will be a few folks wishing that they hadn’t hit the party scene so hard the night before. It has been awhile since I went to the DC show and I’m anxious to see it firsthand this year. While doing research for this issue, I must have spoken to close to 50 developers and brokers and about half as many retailers and tenant reps. I’ve known most of them for decades, so I’m confident that I didn’t get the standard canned answers frequently given to trade magazines. The retailers that I talked to expressed frustration with the Mid-Atlantic market, because either the primo retail space is already leased or they can’t afford the rent. A few anchors also complained that they’ve been pitched the same sites in the Mid-Atlantic for the past five years and they aren’t bullish enough on the market to take a chance on opening stores in subprime shopping centers. The tenant reps that I talked to have tenants wanting space, but the space either gets leased before their client makes a decision or the tenant is pushing for a better rent. In the Baltimore market, tenant reps were also complaining that they couldn’t find enough Class A retail space. The most active supermarket chains in the region include Wegmans, Weis Markets, Harris Teeter, ALDI, The Fresh Market and Kroger. A supermarket chain that I expect to see entering the region is Southern Season’s, a gourmet grocery store that is opening its third location with 50,000 square feet at a to-be-developed mixed-use center in Richmond, Virginia. If you aren’t familiar with Southern Season’s, the store’s presentation, merchandising and customer service are amazing. I also heard talk about Costco and Bob’s Discount Furniture having deals in the works in the Mid-Atlantic. There was lots of chatter about food concepts and restaurants being aggressive with growth in the market. Sarku Japan, Penn Station East Coast Subs and Taylor Gourmet Deli were frequently mentioned in my conversations as chains that are expected to see major growth. In our Food Chains section, we’ve got the details on the Mid-Atlantic expansion plans for Wendy’s, Manhattan Pizza, QuickFire Hibachi, and Pizza Autentica. Also, Alamo Drafthouse is growing in the region. A chain that I came across that would be a natural fit to enter the Mid-Atlantic market is Tudor’s Biscuit World, a 50-unit chain of quick-serve restaurants serving breakfast and lunch with a menu focused on southern-style comfort food. Paul, a chain of French Bakeries and Cafes recently entered Virginia from its home base of Washington, DC and is expected to continue growth in Virginia. Another breakfast and lunch concept, First Watch, is also expanding the region. Stone’s Cove, a specialty restaurant and bar concept, is another chain that is also growing in the Mid-Atlantic. My take is that retailers want to grow in the region, but the supply of space isn’t keeping up with the demand.

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The developers that I spoke to with new construction projects in the immediate Washington DC area are happy and they’re seeing momentum and plan to actually deliver space to tenants by 2014 and 2015. Landlords that have existing space in the hot spots in DC or the affluent pockets in the suburbs reported that they are mostly fully-leased and aren’t afraid to ask for astronomical rents. Asking rents in the $30 to $45 psf range for the more desirable retail sites in the Mid-Atlantic were frequently mentioned in my conversations with landlords. I also spoke to owners of traditional strip centers and smaller community or convenience centers in the secondary and tertiary markets, and they are singing the blues. The folks that I talked to that work the Baltimore market complained that every major retail chain is already there and about the difficulty of finding new blood to bring to the market. The southern region of Virginia was frequently mentioned as an area where landlords are having trouble attracting tenants. I noticed that the people leasing new construction projects had a much better outlook on the market, where as the landlords that had B or C shopping centers were not so optimistic. Most of the new development projects that I saw were mixed-use with a residential component and a supermarket anchor. I also talked to probably half a dozen shopping center owners that have balloon payments coming due this year that they can’t make and they are worried that they can’t sell their properties before the loans come due. On the investment side, I talked to twenty or so active buyers and none of them had the Mid-Atlantic on their radar screen if they didn’t already own centers in the region. I asked them why they wouldn’t entertain buying in the Mid-Atlantic and the reasons were that the market is too susceptible to fluctuations due to closing military bases or military cuts. Also, I heard a number of times that buyers were having trouble getting lenders to make acquisition loans for centers near military installations. Another item brought up frequently was the additional cost and worry for terrorism insurance policies. Overall, I didn’t encounter much enthusiasm about making acquisitions in the Mid-Atlantic region. This issue has some great leads and a feature on Streetsense, a Mid-Atlantic-based brokerage company that represents tenants and landlords in the market. The company also has several mixed-use projects in its development pipeline. I’ve also noticed in the past few months that national chains are becoming more confident and their real estate departments are more worried about finding new locations than they are about rent reductions, relocations and renegotiating renewals. In this issue, Claire’s announces its plans to open 50 stores nationwide by the end of next year; Sally Beauty is also on an expansion push, as are Anytime Fitness and Red Wing Shoe. These are all positive indicators. I have to wrap it up. Make sure you stop by and see us the show, we’re at Booth 300. Also, let our editors know about your recent deals and new assignments. If you have some news to share about your deals, just email me at ann@dealmakers.net and I’ll make sure it gets to the right person. I hope you find some great leads in this issue and thanks for reading.

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buyers and sellers UCR Investment Sales brokered the sale of two retail properties in TX with a total GLA of 203,401 sq.ft. and a combined price of $36.915 million. The sale included Carrier Towne Crossing, an 89,873 sq.ft. shopping center anchored with Party City and Starbucks and located in Grand Prairie, TX. The 88% leased project is shadow-anchored by Target and Home Depot. The company also sold Southwest Crossing, a 113,528 sq.ft. power center located in Ft. Worth, TX and anchored by PetSmart, Cavender’s and Lifeway Christian . The 89% leased project is shadow-anchored by Lowe’s, Kohl’s, Best Buy and Garden Ridge. For more information, contact David Disney, UCR Investment Sales; 214.252.1190; Web site: www.ucrinvestmentsales.com. Goodman Real Estate Services Group LLC represented Rural King in the acquisition of an 82,957 sq.ft. store situated on on 8.7 acres located along South Second Street in Coshocton, OH. The company represents Rural King with its expansion throughout IN, KY, MI, OH, PA, TN and WV. For more information contact Bobby Benjamin, Goodman Real Estate Services Group, LLC, 216-381-8200, Ext. 208; Email: bobby@goodmanrealestate.com, Web site: www.goodmanrealestate.com. Schaffer & Associates, LLC represents an all cash buyer of grocery-anchored shopping centers nationwide. Ideal acquisitions should offer upside through either vacancy or rents. The anchor is not required to be the dominant supermarket and lease term can have five years or less remaining. For more information, contact Jeff Schaffer, Schaffer & Associates, LLC, 210 Sandy Springs Place, Atlanta, GA 30328; 404-2557999; Fax: 404-255-7848.

Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services brokered the sale of a net-leased Whole Foods store located along North Cicero Avenue in Chicago, IL. The company represented the seller and the 41,148 sq.ft. store, situated at ground level of a multi-story 136-unit residential project, sold for $11.58 million. The buyer was represented by Transwestern Investment Management. For more information, contact Sean Sharko or Austin Weisenbeck, Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, One Mid-America Plaza, Suite 200, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181; 630-570-2200; Fax: 630-570-2210.

Velocity Retail Group, in conjunction with Capital Pacific, LLC brokered the $4.93 million sale of a 55,076 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of Baseline Road and Power Road in Gilbert, AZ. A 34,683 sq.ft. Goodwill store and a 20,393 sq.ft. 99 Cent Only Store tenant the center. The buyer, JGNK Investments, LLC, was represented by Geovest Corporation. For more information contact Darren Pitts, Velocity Retail Group, 2415 East Camelback Road, Suite 400, Phoenix, AZ 85016; 602682-8100; Email: darren.pitts@velocityretail.com; Web site: www.velocityretail.com.

RCG Ventures sold a 45,222 sq.ft. shopping center situated on 3.42 acres and located along Interstate 45 Frontage Road in Spring, Texas. The center is occupied by Best Buy and Mattress Firm. The site is near Cypresswood Court, anchored by Target, Petco, and Staples. For more information, contact Scott Tarbet, RCG Ventures, 3060 Peachtree Road NW, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30305; 404-8165454; Email: scott@rcgventures.com; Web site www.rcgventures.com.

Turn Key Commercial Real Estate Services is selling Cornerstone Plaza, a 94,399 sq.ft., 88% occupied, shopping center situated on 6.94 acres and located at the signalized intersection of Dixie Highway/State Route 4 and Magie Avenue in Fairfield, OH. The asking price is $2.6 million with an 11% Cap rate. Area draws include Jungle Jim’s International Market. For more information contact Spencer Kron, Turn Key Commercial Real Estate Services, 7778 Colerain Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45239; 513-678-7621, Fax: 513-574-4200.

Goodman Real Estate Services Group LLC represented the seller and buyer in the sale of a 9,100 sq.ft. freestanding Family Dollar in Deerfield, OH at a 9.75% Cap rate. For more information, contact Kyle Hartung or Robert Yaskanich, Goodman Real Estate Services Group LLC; 25333 Cedar Road, Suite 305, Cleveland, OH 44124; 216-381-8200; Fax: 216-381-8211; Emails: kyle@goodmanrealestate.com or rob@goodmanrealestate.com.

River Oaks Properties acquired Coronado Shopping Center located in El Paso Texas from Rich Development. The 137,386 sq.ft. shopping center sits on 12 acres and is anchored by Anna’s Linen, AutoZone, Big 8 Grocery, Dollar Tree and Harbor Freight. For more information contact Chris Becker, River Oaks Properties, 106 Mesa Park Drive, El Paso, Texas 79912; 915225-5719, Fax: 915-225-5701; Email: cbecker@ropelpaso.com. DM

CBRE/Raleigh represented the seller, The Crown Companies, in the $8.629 million sale of a 54,500 sq.ft. freestanding Walmart Neighborhood Market located along NC Highway 55 in Cary, NC. For more information, contact Butch Miller, CBRE|Raleigh, 4208 Six Forks Road, Suite 1220, Raleigh, NC 27609; 919-831-8200, Fax: 919-856-2530, Email: butch.miller@cbre.com. Calkain Cos. represented the seller in an $18.5 million disposition with a 6.93% Cap rate of seven Applebee’s restaurants located throughout Orlando and central FL. For more information contact David Sobelman, Calkain Cos.; 813-282-6000; Email: dsobelman@calkain.com; Web site: www.calkain.com. Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net

Turn Key Commercial Real Estate Services is selling Cornerstone Plaza in Fairfield, OH February 22, 2013 | Page 5


food chains expand nationwide Pizza Autentica operates 10 locations throughout MD, VA and Washington, DC. The pizzerias occupy inline spaces and endcaps of 1,300 sq.ft. to 2,000 sq.ft. in shopping centers, as well as freestanding locations. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing markets during the coming 18 months, with representation by Miller Walker. For more information, contact Alex Walker, Miller Walker, 2715 M Street Northwest, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20007; 202-3330303; Email: alex@millerwalker.com; Web site: www.millerwalker.com.

Billy Goat Tavern operates eight locations throughout IL and Washington, DC. The restaurants occupy spaces of 1,500 sq.ft. to 3,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations and strip centers. Limited growth opportunities are sought throughout the eastern and Midwestern regions of the U.S. during the coming 18 months. For more information, contact Sam Sianis, Billy Goat Tavern, 430 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611; 312222-1525, Fax 312-670-9013; Web site: www.billygoattavern.com.

QuickFire Hibachi operates locations throughout MD. The Japanese-inspired restaurants, offering sushi, occupy spaces of 1,200 sq.ft. to 2,000 sq.ft. in various retail settings. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area during the coming 18 months, with representation by Renaud Consulting. For more information, contact Leonard Pick, Renaud Consulting, 8605 Westwood Center Drive, Suite 410, Vienna, VA 22182; 571-765-4424; Email: lpick@renaudconsulting.net.

Original Tommy’s World Famous Hamburgers operates 34 locations throughout CA. The fast food restaurants occupy spaces of 2,450 sq.ft. in strip, entertainment and power centers, malls and freestanding locations. Growth opportunities are sought throughout southern CA and NV during the coming 18 months. For more information, contact Brent Maire, Original Tommy’s World Famous Hamburgers, 831 East Huntington Drive, Monrovia, CA 91016; 626-357-9201, Fax 818240-2919; Email: bmaire@originaltommy.com; Web site: www.originaltommys.com.

Country Cookin’ Inc. trades as Country Cookin’ at 16 locations throughout VA. The restaurants occupy spaces of 5,000 sq.ft. in strip centers, malls and freestanding locations. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months. For more information, contact David Preston, Country Cookin’, Inc., 4335 Brambleton Avenue, Roanoke, VA 24018; 540-774-0613, Fax 540-774-9554; Web site: www.countrycookin.com.

Manhattan Pizza operates five locations throughout VA. The pizzerias occupy spaces of 1,500 sq.ft. to 2,000 sq.ft. in various retail settings. Growth opportunities are sought throughout Centreville, Burke, Alexandria, Springfield, Vienna, McLean, Sterling/Great Falls and Arlington, VA, as well as Potomac, Bethesda and North Bethesda, MD during the coming 18 months, with representation by Thur Retail. For more information, contact Sean Duffy, Thur Retail; 703-879-4978; Email: sduffy@thurassociates.com.

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Davco Restaurants, Inc. trades as Wendy’s at 158 locations throughout MD, VA and Washington, DC. The quick-serve restaurants occupy spaces of 2,400 sq.ft. to 3,200 sq.ft. in power and strip centers, malls, as well as freestanding and urban/ downtown locations. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing markets during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run 20 years with two, five-year options. Preferred cotenants include Target, Home Depot and Walmart. Major competitors include Arby’s, Burger King and McDonald’s. For more information, contact Ann Portnow, Davco Restaurants, Inc., 1657 Crofton Boulevard, Crofton, MD 21114; 410-721-3770, Fax 410-721-8283; Email: aportnow@wendavco.com; Web site: www.davcorestaurants.com. American Social Bar & Restaurant operates one location in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The restaurant, offering beer, cocktails, burgers, sandwiches and salads, occupies spaces of 3,750 sq.ft. to 5,000 sq.ft. in endcaps of shopping centers or freestanding and urban/downtown locations. Growth opportunities are sought throughout southeastern FL, including Brickell, South Beach, South Miami and Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach and Clematis Street in West Palm Beach, during the coming 18 months, with representation by The Rotella Group, Inc. The company will also consider second-generation restaurant inline spaces. For more information, contact William R. Pace, The Rotella Group, Inc., 3300 North Federal Highway, Suite 200, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33306; 954-568-9015, Fax 954-5689597; Email: wrp@rotellagroup.com; Web site: www.rotellagroup.com. CP Enterprise, Inc. trades as Chao Praya Chinese Eatery at six locations throughout GA, LA, MS, NC, OK and VA. The Chineseinspired restaurants occupy spaces of 500 sq.ft. to 650 sq.ft. in regional enclosed malls and food-courts. Growth opportunities are sought nationwide throughout 48 states during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run 10 years. A vanilla shell is required. Preferred cotenants include Dillards, JCPenney, Sears and Macys. Preferred demographics include a population of 200,000 within 10 miles earning at least $30,000 as the average household income. For more information, contact Brian Wiley, CP Enterprise, Inc., 1880 Lakeland Drive, Suite 3, Jackson, MS 39216; 601982-2863, Fax 601-982-2895; Email: cpeinter@yahoo.com. DM Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net


streetsense Integrating the science of creating customer appeal to the real estate deal Stephanie Weaver

Streetsense is an integrated brokerage, design and development firm headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. The company takes a unique approach to retailing and retail real estate by offering its retail clients in-depth market research, creative services for store designs and visual identity, branding strategies and oversees the site selection process from the first site tour to the execution of a rollout for new concepts and the re-launching of growth opportunities for established chains. Streetsense also provides its clients with innovative and interactive media and marketing expertise. From the initial assessment of a market to committing to a site, Streetsense is involved at each juncture of the concept’s growth. In addition, the brokerage company also represents landlords in the leasing of retail space. On the landlord side, its portfolio is heavily focused on urban street fronts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and also includes proposed retail and mixed-use sites, as well as existing traditional strip centers and freestanding buildings. The team at Streetsense has decades of experience in creating exciting shopping and dining venues, as well as leasing properties on behalf of landlords. In 2001, Marc Ratner, with a long track record of brokering deals in the region, co-founded Streetsense with Guy Silverman, who also brings decades of dealmaking experience to the table. Jeff Pollak serves as managing partner of Streetsense and oversees the multiple platforms and services at Streetsense. Additionally, Bruce Leonard manages the architecture and planning division. Herb Heiserman became a managing principal at Streetsense in 2010 and oversees the interior architecture division. Roberto Sablayrolles and Gabby Rojchin serve as creative directors, while Eric Burka is the managing principal of the creative services division. Streetsense serves a diverse client mix with a large presence in restaurant sector. Its expertise ranges from quick-serve food concepts to casual dining restaurants, with the company representing as an exclusive broker Chipotle, Starbucks, Hale & Hearty, Le Pain Quotidien, Not Your Average Joe’s and Maggiano’s. According to Pollak, the company is also very active with service tenants, such as Floyd’s 99 Barbershop for Men and Women, a chain of eclectic rock and roll themed full-service hair salons; Dry Bar, a chain of specialty hair salons that only provide blow-outs, and Zengo Cycle, a fitness concept devoted to group classes on stationary bicycles. Its range of clients also includes apparel chains such as Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Victoria’s Secret, American Eagle, Express and Justice. Executing rollouts is also a specialty of the firm. Another recent project included assisting ZILLI, a French designer of luxury menswear, with its second U.S. location, a 2,000 square foot store at Tyson’s Galleria in McLean, Virginia. Streetsense is also spearheading the rollout of Spice 6, a contemporary Indian fast-casual restaurant concept. The brokerage firm’s portfolio of properties for lease or in development spans from freestanding buildings to neighborhood centers, urban street fronts and mixed-use projects. One of its most recent street front success stories include the fully-leased Barracks Row on 8th Street in Washington, D.C. In addition to leasing existing retail Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net

space, the company also oversees the development of retail projects from the ground up. Streetsense is very active in the “up and coming” markets of D.C. leasing numerous projects in SHAW, 14th Street corridor and Mt. Vernon. Despite the toll the recession took on the country’s real estate market, the Mid-Atlantic region is in great shape and is enjoying an upward trend in market rents and occupancy levels. As to leasing space and sourcing sites in the Mid-Atlantic region, Pollak Jeff Pollak explained “The biggest obstacles Managing Partner for our clients today are the lack of opportunities. The class “A” real estate is fully absorbed and although the Washington, D. C. market appears to be in a development cycle it remains difficult.” Not only is the market tight as far as the demand for retail space, rents in the established and affluent pockets throughout the Mid-Atlantic are also edging up to or beyond pre-recessionary numbers. “Our established markets are still in demand, the rents continue to push up and the continued residential growth in the “edge” markets surrounding Washington, D.C. are providing plenty of opportunities for our clients to grow” noted Pollak. The Mid-Atlantic region is also experiencing a development boom, with new construction and redevelopment projects underway.

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The future of retail development looks bright for the region according to Pollak, markets such as suburban Merrifield and Rockville, Maryland have significant mixed-use projects in the pipeline. Pollak added, “Everywhere you look, you can see cranes in Washington, D.C. putting up new shopping centers.” For more information, contact Jeff Pollak, Streetsense, 4600 East West Highway, Suite 800, Bethesda, MD 20814; 240-479-7200; Fax 301-652-9166; Email: jpollak@streetsense.com; Web site: www.streetsense.com. February 22, 2013 | Page 7


who’s opening and where Rouse’s Enterprises, LLC (985-447-5998) is slated to open a 55,000 sq.ft. Rouses Market supermarket at Long Farm Village, a development located along Airline Highway in Baton Rouge, LA during 2014. It will be the company’s first location in the city. Hennes & Mauritz AB (212-564-9922) is opening a 24,851 sq.ft. H&M store at Opry Mills in Nashville, TN. It will be the company’s first location in the state, along with additional plans for 325 stores to open worldwide this year, specifically in the U.S. and China. The company, offering apparel, footwear and accessories for men, women and children, currently operates 2,800 locations worldwide. Ross Stores, Inc. (925-965-4400) is opening a 31,000 sq.ft. Ross Dress for Less store at Governor’s Square Mall, a one-million sq.ft. mall located in Clarksville, TN during the summer. The store will join Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillards, Sears, Belk, JCPenney, Target and Cinema Ten at the center and will be the company’s first location in the area. The company, offering apparel for men and women, footwear and accessories, currently operates 1,097 locations throughout 33 states nationwide.

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Dunkin’ Brands  (781-737-3000), under a franchisee, is planning to open 11 Dunkin’ Donuts shops throughout New Orleans, LA during the next several years, including five restaurants under BBC Foods, LLC, with the first location slated to open during 2014. The company also plans to eventually operate more than 15,000 locations nationwide. While serving coffee, donuts and breakfast sandwiches, the chain currently operating more than 10,000 locations, including 7,306 locations in the U.S., throughout 32 countries worldwide. Microsoft (425-882-8080) plans to open 75 stores by 2014. The company is also planning to open in the following locations by this summer: at Natick Mall in Natick, MA; at Ala Moana Center in Honolulu, HI; at Pioneer Place in Portland, OR; at The Somerset Collection in Troy, MI and at Woodfield Mall in Schaumbaug, IL. The company currently operates 51 locations. Twin Peaks (972-941-3150) is planning to open 20 to 25 restaurants this year. The company, offering burgers, sandwiches, salads and wings and currently operates 29 locations nationwide.

Ann, Inc. (212-541-3300) is planning to open a new concept store at Quaker Bridge Mall, a 1.1 million sq.ft. mall located in Lawrenceville, NJ during the spring. The store will feature hardwood floors and crystal chandeliers and will join Forever 21, Brio and H&M at the mall. The company, offering women’s apparel and accessories, trades as Ann Taylor, Loft, Ann Taylor Factory Store and Loft Outlet. Whole Foods Market, Inc. (512-477-4455) is planning to open a Whole Foods Market in Olathe Pointe, MO and another location near the University of Missouri-Kansas City in Kansas City, MO. The chain, offering organic and natural food items, currently operates more than 342 specialty supermarkets nationwide, as well as in Canada and the United Kingdom. Famous Dave’s of America, Inc. (952-2941300) is planning to open a Famous Dave’s restaurant along Speedway Boulevard near Volusia Mall in Daytona, FL. The company, offering steaks, chicken wings, burgers, sandwiches and desserts, currently operates 186 locations, including two in FL. (continued on page twenty-six)

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lease signings Southpace Properties, Inc. (205-271-7203) negotiated the following leases throughout AL: with Crestline Village Dentistry for 1,640 sq.ft. and with Urban Cookhouse for 2,536 sq.ft. at Country Club Park in Mountain Brook, with the company representing the landlord in the transactions; with Bubbaritos Mexican Restaurant for 2,400 sq.ft. at Anchi Plaza, located along Gilbert Ferry Road in Attalla, with the company representing the landlord in the transaction; with Security Financial for 1,620 sq.ft. at Parkway East Plaza in Birmingham, with the company representing the landlord in the transaction; with H&R Block for 1,500 sq.ft. at Village of Pinson, located along Highway 75 in Pinson, with the company representing the landlord in the transaction and with Fred Astaire Dance Studio for 3,000 sq.ft., with Aquarium Imports for 1,920 sq.ft. and with La Fiesta Mexican restaurant for 4,170 sq.ft. at Hoover Court Town Center in Hoover, with the company representing the landlord in the transactions. NAI Friedland (914-968-8500) negotiated the following leases throughout NY: with Oaks Pharmacy for 1,850 sq.ft. along Riverdale Avenue in New York, with the company representing the tenant and the landlord, SRB Properties, in the transaction; with EMET Royal Pharmacy, Inc. for 1,592 sq.ft. along Westchester Avenue in the Bronx, with the company representing the tenant and the landlord, Hutch Management, LLC, in the transaction; with Dunkin’ Donuts for 1,100 sq.ft. along Prospect Avenue in the Bronx, with the company representing the tenant and the landlord in the transaction; with Fenom Fitness, LLC for 8,640 sq.ft. along Grant Avenue in Harrison, with the company representing the tenant and the landlord, Superior Drywall, in the transaction and with Wild Edibles for 5,000 sq.ft. along Grinnell Place in Bronx, with the company representing the tenant and the landlord, ST1 Realty, in the transaction. Royal Properties, Inc. (914-237-3403) negotiated a 10-year lease with Snip-Its for 1,500 sq.ft. at Elwood Shopping Center, located along Jericho Turnpike in East Northport, NY and a seven-year lease for 1,654 sq.ft. at The Plaza at Buckland Hills in Manchester, CT. company also negotiated a 10-year lease with The UPS Store for 1,625 sq.ft. along Amity Road in Woodbridge, CT. The company also negotiated a lease with Nuvita Frozen Yogurt Café for 2,486 sq.ft. at Clock Tower Square, a 70,000 sq.ft. shopping center located along Main Street in Monroe, CT. Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net

Pierson Commercial (732-707-6902) negotiated the following leases throughout NJ: with Tommy’s Coal Fired Pizza for 4,700 sq.ft. at Paramus Park Mall in Paramus, with the company representing the tenant and General Growth Properties representing the landlord in the transaction; with Qdoba at Freehold Raceway Mall in Freehold, at Newport Centre in Jersey City and for 2,600 sq.ft. at Rutgers University in Livingston, with the company representing the tenant in all the transactions; with Leisure Fitness for 3,000 sq.ft. along Route 17 in Paramus, with the company representing the tenant and NAI James E. Hanson representing the landlord in the transaction and with Ocean Café for 1,200 sq.ft. at The Galleria Shopping Center in Manalapan, with the company representing the landlord, Benbrooke Realty Investment, Co., in the transaction. Cassidy Turley San Diego (858-625-5244) negotiated the following leases throughout CA: 10-years with Phenix Salon Suites for 6,668 sq.ft. at The Village at Tarzana, located along Yolanda Avenue in Tarzana, with the company representing the tenant, Phenix Salon Suites of Tarzana, LLC, in the transaction; 10-years with Pacific Dental Services for 4,000 sq.ft. along Balboa Avenue in San Diego, with the company representing the tenant and CBRE representing the landlord in the transaction and 10-years with Jersey Mike’s Subs for 1,204 sq.ft. along Palomar Airport Road in Carlsbad, with the company representing the tenant, Yada Wada, LLC, and Retail Insite representing the landlord in the transaction. Velocity Retail Group (602-682-6020) negotiated the following leases throughout AZ: with Burlington Coat Factory for 50,000 sq.ft. at The Pavilions at Talking Stick, located at the intersection of Indian Bend Road and Loop 101 in Scottsdale, with the company representing the landlord and SRS Real Estate Partners representing the tenant in the transaction and with Mega Furniture for 25,760 sq.ft. at the intersection of Elliot Road and Priest Drive in Tempe, with the company representing the tenant and Strategic Real Group representing the landlord, GDA Real Estate, in the transaction. Winick Realty Group, LLC (212-7922650) negotiated a lease with European Wax Center for 1,900 sq.ft. along East 34th Street, between Second Avenue and Third Avenue, in New York, NY. The company represented the landlord, Rosebud Associates, in the transaction. DM

sources of financing Sterling Commercial Capital offers nonrecourse short term bridge loans from $3 million to $50 million for retail, residential, office, industrial and warehouse properties nationwide. Loans feature one to three-year rates, an interest rate starting at 10% and a loan-to-value ratio of up to 85%. For more information, contact Brian Opert, Sterling Commercial Capital; 800-497-8606; Email: bopert@sterlingcommercialcapital.com. Malkin Strategic Capital provides $2 million to $40 million in financing for retail, multifamily, office, hotel and industrial properties nationwide. The loans feature two to 10 year terms and a funding limit of 85%. For more information, contact George S. Perry, Jordan Feldman or Sean M. Meehan, Malkin Properties, One Grand Central Place, 60 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10165; 212-850-2725/2706/2726; Emails: gsperry@malkinproperties.com, jfeldman@malkinproperties.com and smeehan@malkinproperties.com; Web site: www.malkinproperties.com. DM

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CBRE Group, Inc. (949-725-8591) hired Marina Massari as executive vice president in its debt and equity finance group. Prior to joining the company, Massari served as senior vice president of project finance and banking at Irvine Co. The company also hired Bradford J. Zampa as executive vice president of debt and equity finance in the company’s San Francisco, CA office. In his new role, Zampa will focus on sourcing and placing capital on behalf of the firm’s institutional clients. Prior to working for the company, Zampa was founder and principal of C&C Capital. The company, headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, specializes in property sales and leasing, corporate, facilities and property management, mortgage banking, appraisal and valuation, development, investment management, research and consulting services. Mid-America Real Estate-Wisconsin (414273-4600) promoted Teresa Shemitis from broker associate to vice president of the property representation team. In her new role, Shemitis will be responsible for the leasing and marketing of power, community and neighborhood shopping centers. The company specializes in tenant representation, asset management, investment sales and development advisory services. DM February 22, 2013 | Page 9


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to make your Mark in Bowie Median Household Income over $94,532 Average Household Income over $109,161 Bowie is one of the largest cities in Maryland. Bowie is also an excellent business location, easily accessed from Washington D.C., Annapolis and Baltimore. Bowie’s proximity to these major cities brings business and workforce into the area via Routes 3, 50 and 301. Bowie has more than 90 restaurants, 200 shops, and a dozen recreation opportunities. With this winning combination of location, access and amenities your business is certain to grow and succeed. For space available details call: Bowie Marketplace, Bob Schwenger, 301-657-7331

Free State Shopping Center, Rich Abruscato, 301-998-8188

Bowie Plaza, Jack deVilliers, 703-442-4315

Hilltop Plaza – Newly Renovated! Bruce Levine, 410-486-0800 x116

Bowie Town Center, Nicole Zupan, 571-336-6469 Vincent Vettraino, 484-679-2388

Pointer Ridge Plaza, Will Collins, 571-382-1290 Jason A. Yanushonis, 571-382-1223

Collington Plaza, Andrew Rose, 703-442-4500 x26

Shoppes at Bowie Town Center & Shoppes at Highbridge, Sean Weisbord, 410-771-1700

For more information on ALL of Bowie’s Opportunities, contact:

John Henry King,

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Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More operates 40 locations throughout AR, AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IN, NC, MI, MO, NE, OH, OR, PA, SC, TN and TX. The stores, offering custom designed t-shirts, tote bags and seasonal items, occupy spaces of 1,000 sq.ft. to 1,400 sq.ft. in strip centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout FL during the coming 18 months, with representation by Real Property Specialists, Inc. Typical leases run five years with two, five-year options. Preferred cotenants include grocery stores. Preferred demographics include a population of 70,000 within five miles earning $55,000 as the average household income. Expansion is franchise-driven. For more information, contact Tyler Peterson or Julia Sosa, Real Property Specialists, Inc., 2345 West Sand Lake Road, Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32809; 407-8128000 Ext. 108/121; Emails: tyler@rps-fl.com and julia@realpropertyspecialists.com; Web site: www.rps-fl.com. Active Ride Shop operates 21 locations throughout southern CA. The stores, offering apparel, accessories, footwear, skateboards and snowboards, occupy spaces of 4,500 sq.ft. to 6,000 sq.ft. in malls, lifestyle and regional power centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout CA during the coming 18 months, with representation by Strategic Retail Advisors. For more information, contact Jeff Reenders, Strategic Retail Advisors, 3990 Westerely Place, Suite 230, Newport Beach, CA 92660; 949-640-6678 Ext. 15, Fax 949748-8088; Email: jeff@strategicretailadvisor.com; Web site: www.strategicretailadvisor.com. Bon Worth operates 250 locations nationwide. The stores, offering women’s apparel in misses and petite sizes, as well as accessories, occupy spaces of 1,300 sq.ft. to 1,800 sq.ft. in strip centers and of 1,300 sq.ft. to 3,000 sq.ft. in enclosed malls. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the eastern, Midwestern and southern regions of the U.S., excluding FL, during the coming 18 months, with representation by The Was Group, LLC. Preferred demographics include a trade area population of at least 100,000 and the company prefers to locate in areas with a high density of women over the age of 50. For more information, contact Darren Was, The Was Group, LLC, 33 Sicomac Road, Suite 305, North Haledon, NJ 07058; 862-203-4352 Ext. 11; Email: darren@was-group.com; Web site: www.was-group.com. DM Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net


lead sheet Claire’s Stores, Inc. dba Claire’s and Icing Jennifer Dosch 2400 West Central Road Hoffman Estates, IL 60192 847-765-1100, Fax 847-765-4618 Web site: www.claires.com

Accessories The 3,000-unit chain operates locations nationwide and internationally. The accessories stores occupy spaces of 1,000 sq.ft. to 1,600 sq.ft. in malls and lifestyle, outlet and power centers. Plans call for 50 openings nationwide during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run five or 10 years.

Belron Canada, Inc. dba Speedy Glass and Lebeau Vitres D’Autos Lena Marie Barras 8288 PIE-IX Boulevard Montreal, Quebec Canada H1Z 3T6 514-593-7000, Fax 514-593-2210 Email: lbarras@belroncanada.com Web site: www.belroncanada.com

Automotive The 300-unit chain operates locations throughout Canada. The stores, offering windshield repair and replacement services, as well as automotive glass and accessories, occupy spaces of 2,500 sq.ft. to 3,500 sq.ft. in freestanding locations and auto malls. Growth opportunities are sought throughout Alberta and Ontario, Canada during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run five years. The company prefers to locate near automotive service centers and major commercial arterials.

Calendar Holdings, LLC dba Go! Books and Books Express Lori Lesko 6411 Burleson Road Austin, TX 78744 512-386-7220, Fax 512-369-6192 Web site: www.calendarholdings.com

Books The 20-unit chain operates locations nationwide. Books Express prefers to occupy spaces of 2,000 sq.ft. to 3,000 sq.ft. and Go! Books, combined with other concepts, prefer to occupy spaces of 4,000 sq.ft. to 25,000 sq.ft. in malls, and inline spaces of lifestyle and outlet centers. Limited growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months. The company will also consider locations in former Borders Express locations. Major competitors include books stores.

Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. dba CosmoProf Todd Boysen 3001 Colorado Boulevard Denton, TX 76210 940-297-4661, Fax 940-381-9022 Email: tboysen@sallybeauty.com Web site: www.sallybeauty.com

Beauty Supplies The 1,000-unit chain operates locations nationwide and in Canada. The stores, offering discounted beauty supplies for salon professionals only, occupy spaces of 1,800 sq.ft. to 2,400 sq.ft. in freestanding locations and strip centers. Plans call for 75 openings throughout the existing markets, in addition to Puerto Rico, during the coming 18 months.

Kirlin’s, Inc. dba Kirlin’s Hallmark Dale Kirlin, Jr. 532 Maine Street Quincy, IL 62301 217-224-8953, Fax 217-224-9400 Web site: www.kirlinshallmark.com

Cards The 89-unit chain operates locations throughout IA, IL, IN, KY, MI, MO, OH, OK, TN and WI. The card shops occupy spaces of 3,000 sq.ft. to 4,000 sq.ft. in malls and lifestyle, power and strip centers. Plans call for one opening throughout the existing markets, excluding OK and TN, during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run five years. A vanilla shell and specific improvements are required. Preferred demographics include a population of 30,000 within three miles earning $50,000 as the average household income.

Schmuckal Oil Co. dba Shell Mini-Mart Paul Schmuckal 1516 Barlow Traverse City, MI 49686 231-946-2800, Fax 231-941-7435 Email: pschmuckal@schmuckaloil.com Web site: www.schmuckaloil.com

Convenience The 26-unit chain operates locations throughout MI. The convenience stores, with gasoline facilities, occupy spaces of 2,400 sq.ft. in freestanding locations. Growth opportunities are sought throughout northwestern MI during the coming 18 months. A land area of 1.5 acres is required. The company prefers corner locations with high visibility.

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lead sheet Michael Rossy Ltd. dba Michael Rossy Stores Michael DiTullio 450 Boulevard Lebeau Saint Laurent, Quebec Canada H4N 1R7 514-335-6255, Fax 514-335-9690 Email: mditullio@rossy.ca Web site: www.rossy.ca

Department Store The 70-unit chain operates locations throughout New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Quebec and Ontario, Canada. The department stores occupy spaces of 15,000 sq.ft. to 25,000 sq.ft. in malls and strip centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months.

Tide Dry Cleaners Jeff Reenders c/o Strategic Retail Advisors 3990 Westerly Place, Suite 230 Newport Beach, CA 92660 949-640-6678, Fax 949-748-8088 Email: jeff@strategicretailadvisor.com Web site: www.strategicretailadvisor.com

Dry Cleaning The four-unit chain operates locations throughout KS and OH. The dry cleaning facilities occupy spaces of 3,000 sq.ft. in pad sites and endcaps of shopping centers. Plans call for eight openings throughout Orange County, CA during the coming 18 months, with representation by Strategic Retail Advisors.

Best Buy Co., Inc. dba Best Buy Patrick Matre PO Box 9312 Minneapolis, MN 55440-9312 612-291-1000

Electronics The 900-unit chain operates locations nationwide. The stores, offering electronics, DVD’s, cd’s, computers, cellular phones and related accessories, occupy spaces of 30,000 sq.ft. to 45,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations and endcaps of strip centers. Growth opportunities are sought nationwide and internationally during the coming 18 months.

Goodrich Quality Theaters, Inc. dba Goodrich Quality Theaters Robert Goodrich 4417 Broadmoor Avenue Southeast Grand Rapids, MI 49512 616-698-7733, Fax 616-698-7220 Email: bgoodrich@gqti.com Web site: www.gqti.com

Entertainment The 30-unit chain operates locations throughout IL, IN, MI and MO. The movie theaters occupy spaces of 30,000 sq.ft. to 70,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations, entertainment, lifestyle and power centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the surrounding suburbs of the major metropolitan areas of IL, IN, MI and MO during the coming 18 months.

Studio Movie Grill Brian Schultz 11300 North Central Expressway, Suite 200 Dallas, TX 75243 972-388-7888, Fax 214-751-3980 Email: jgdula@studiomoviegrill.com Web site: www.studiomoviegrill.com

Entertainment The 12-unit chain operates locations throughout AZ, GA, IL, NC and TX. The movie theaters occupy spaces of 40,000 sq.ft. to 45,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations, regional malls, lifestyle and power centers, as well as urban/downtown areas. Plans call for three to seven openings throughout the top 25 major metropolitan markets during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run 10 years. Specific improvements are required. Preferred cotenants include bookstores, restaurants, specialty retailers, Super Target and Bed Bath & Beyond. Preferred demographics include a population of 300,000 earning an average household income of $70,000. A land area of three to five acres is required for freestanding locations.

GameStop Sharon Carmichael c/o Terranomics Retail Services 1350 Bayshore Highway, Suite 900 Burlingame, CA 94010 408-200-8811 Email: scarmichael@terranomics.com Web site: www.terranomics.com

Electronics The 6,500-unit chain operates locations nationwide and internationally. The video game stores occupy spaces of 1,300 sq.ft. to 1,800 sq.ft. in entertainment, lifestyle and power centers. Plans call for five openings throughout the San Francisco bay area in CA during the coming 18 months, with representation by Terranomics Retail Services. Typical leases run five years. Preferred cotenants include Target and Walmart.

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lead sheet Rogers Communications, Inc. dba Rogers, Fido and Chatr Wireless Nick Iozzo 1 Mt. Pleasant Road Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4Y 2Y5 416-935-6701 Email: nick.iozzo@rci.rogers.com Web site: www.rogers.com

Electronics The 1,003-unit chain operates locations throughout Canada. The stores, offering cellular phones, accessories and related services, occupy spaces of 1,000 sq.ft. to 2,000 sq.ft. in regional malls, kiosks, inline spaces of power centers and street fronts. Plans call for 20 to 25 openings throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months.

Anytime Fitness Director of Real Estate 12181 Margo Avenue South Hastings, MN 55033 800-704-5004, Fax 651-438-5099 Email: info@anytimefitness.com Web site: www.anytimefitness.com

Fitness The 2,200-unit chain operates locations nationwide. The fitness centers occupy spaces of 2,500 sq.ft. to 6,000 sq.ft. in neighborhood, power and strip centers. Plans call for 1,650 openings throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run five years. The company is franchising.

Equinox Holdings, Inc. dba Equinox John Mears 895 Broadway, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10003 212-774-6393 Email: john.mears@equinox.com Web site: www.equinox.com

Fitness Clubs The chain operates locations throughout CA, CT, FL, IL, MA, NY and TX. The fitness centers occupy spaces of 25,000 sq.ft. to 40,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations and entertainment, mixed-use, power and specialty centers, as well as urban/downtown areas. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing markets during the coming 18 months.

Bi-Mart Co. Mark Ringsdorf 220 South Seneca Road Eugene, OR 97402 541-344-0681 Web site: www.bimart.com

General Merchandise The 74-unit chain operates locations throughout ID, OR and WA. The stores, offering general merchandise items, occupy spaces of 30,000 sq.ft. in freestanding locations and strip malls. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing markets during the coming 18 months.

Spencer Gifts, LLC dba Spencer’s Sue Waldman 6826 Black Horse Pike Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 609-645-3300, Fax 609-645-5448 Email: sue.waldman@spencergifts.com Web site: www.spencergifts.com

Gifts The 620-unit chain operates locations nationwide and in Canada. The stores, offering unique gifs and merchandise, occupy spaces of 1,800 sq.ft. to 2,100 sq.ft. in regional malls. Growth opportunities are sought nationwide during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run 10 years. A vanilla shell and specific improvements are required.

The Paradies Shops, Inc. dba The Paradies Shops Jim Feuer 5950 Fulton Industrial Boulevard Atlanta, GA 30336 404-344-7905, Fax 404-349-3226 Web site: www.theparadiesshops.com

Gifts The 550-unit chain operates locations nationwide and in British Columbia and Ontario, Canada. The shops, offering newspapers, magazines and gift items, as well as featuring branded retail products from such companies as Brooks Brothers and the PGA Tour, occupy various size spaces in airports. Growth opportunities are sought nationwide and in Canada during the coming 18 months.

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lead sheet RDB Investments dba Jack’s Pets Scott Brenner 802 North Orchard Lane Beaver Creek, OH 45434 937-320-4300, Fax 937-320-4310 Web site: www.jackspets.com

Pet Supplies The 30-unit chain operates locations throughout IN, KY and OH. The pet supply stores occupy spaces of 4,500 sq.ft. to 5,000 sq.ft. in power centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing markets during the coming 18 months. A vanilla shell is required. Preferred cotenants include grocery stores. Major competitors include Petco and PetSmart.

Famous Footwear Brian Schuster c/o Ripco Real Estate 420 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 100 Jericho, NY 11753 516-933-8880, Fax 516-933-2514 Email: bschuster@ripcony.com Web site: www.famousfootwear.com

Shoes The 1,100-unit chain operates locations nationwide. The stores, offering family footwear, occupy spaces of 5,000 sq.ft. to 6,500 sq.ft. in regional malls, outlet, power and strip centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout central and northern NJ and the surrounding boroughs of New York, NY during the coming 18 months, with representation by Ripco Real Estate.

Red Wing Brands of America, Inc. dba Red Wing Shoes Marisa Dille 314 Main Street Red Wing, MN 55066 651-388-8211, Fax 651-388-0897 Web site: www.redwingshoe.com

Shoes The 430-unit chain operates locations nationwide. The stores, offering hunting and work boots, service and safety shoes, occupy spaces of 1,500 sq.ft. in pad sites of strip centers. Plans call for 25 to 35 openings throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run three to five years. A vanilla shell is required.

The Clarks Cos., N.A. dba Clarks Outlet Criss Nigro 156 Oak Street Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464 617-243-4194, Fax 617-243-4210 Web site: www.clarksusa.com

Shoes The 108-unit chain operates locations nationwide. The shoe stores occupy spaces of 3,000 sq.ft. in outlet and tourist centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout the existing market during the coming 18 months. Typical leases run 10 years with kickouts. Preferred cotenants include brand name retailers. Major competitors include Factory Brands, Nine West, Naturalizer, Rockport and Ecco. The company prefers to locate in centers with a GLA of at least 300,000 sq.ft.

Postal Annex Joe Perri c/o Legend Properties, Inc. 521 Plymouth Road, Suite 118 Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 856-231-1010 Web site: www.lpre.com

Specialty The chain operates locations nationwide. The stores, offering postal and shipping services and supplies, occupy spaces of 1,000 sq.ft. to 1,200 sq.ft. in shopping centers. Growth opportunities are sought throughout DE, NJ and PA during the coming 18 months, with representation by Legend Properties, Inc. Preferred cotenants include supermarkets and home improvement retailers.

The preceding leads have been verified by calls made to or written submittals from the respective retailers during the weeks prior to publication. Since the majority of chains featured in Lead Sheet are small in size, some changes in their expansion plans should be expected. To be included in an upcoming issue, just fax a note or call us with the details. Our fax number is (609-587-3511) and you can reach us by phone at (609-587-6200) or email at ann@dealmakers.net. Page 14 | February 22, 2013

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Derby – A Shop Rite-anchored shopping center, located along Pershing Drive, has spaces available of 1,580 sq.ft., 4,200sq. ft. and 6,000 sq.ft. Cotenants include Sleepy’s, Petland Discounts, Sally Beauty, Advance Auto Parts, City Buffet & Grill and Discount Liquor. Area demographics include a population of 54,677 within three miles earning an average household income of $79,897. The average daily traffic count is 22,000 vehicles. Norwalk – A 165,000 sq.ft. shopping center, located along Main Avenue/ Route 7, has spaces available of 1,200 sq.ft. and 2,640 sq.ft. Cotenants include Walmart, Staples, Panera Bread, The Paper Store, Elmer’s Wines & Spirits and Vision World. Area demographics include a population of 48,484 within three miles earning an average household income of $164,563. For more information regarding the Derby property, contact Jeff Kintzer, Royal Properties, Inc., 850 Bronx River Road, Bronxville, NY 10708; 914-2373403 Ext. 103, Fax 914-237-0196; Email: jeff@royalpropertiesinc.com; Web site: www.royalpropertiesinc.com. For more information regarding the Norwalk property, contact Craig Benson or Jeff Kintzer; Ext. 105; Email: craig@royalpropertiesinc.com.

Miami Gardens Drive, North Miami Beach, FL 33179; 305-947-1664; Email: amessinger@equityone.net; Web site: www.equityone.net.

Florida Delray Beach – Atlantic Plaza, a mixed-use center located at the intersection of Jog Road and Atlantic Boulevard, has spaces available of 1,350 sq.ft., 1,500 sq.ft. and 3,350 sq.ft. Area retailers include Walgreens, CVS, Applebee’s and Subway. Area demographics include a population of 172,429 within five miles earning $78,281 as the average household income. For more information, contact Bonnie Anthony, Summit Realty, 1701 North Federal Highway, Suite 4, Boca Raton, FL 33432; 561-395-1216, Fax 561-750-6168; Email: admin@summitrealtyfl.com; Web site: www.summitrealtyfl.com. Naples – Pavilion, a 167,745 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of Vanderbilt Beach Road and Route 41/Tamiami Trail, has spaces available of 595 sq.ft. to 22,050 sq.ft. Cotenants include LA Fitness, Naples Cyclery, Skillets, Tuesday Morning, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Subway. Area demographics include a population of 88,056 within five miles earning an average household income of $117,592. The average daily traffic count is 62,400 vehicles. For more information, contact Aileen Messinger, Equity One, Inc., 1600 NE Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net

Orlando – Clarcona Crossings, located at the intersection of North Orange Blossom Trail and Clarcona Ocoee Road, has spaces available. The average daily traffic count is 50,000 vehicles. For more information, contact Rochelle DuBrule, Crossman & Co., 3333 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32806; 407581-6248; Email: rdubrule@crossmanco.com; Web site: www.crossmanco.com.

Illinois Chicago – 5,000 sq.ft. to 20,000 sq.ft. of corner loft retail space is available along North Elston Avenue. Area retailers include Kohl’s and Best Buy. For more information, contact Amy O’Brien, Garrett Realty & Development, Inc., 2211 North Elston Avenue, Suite 308, Chicago, IL 60614; 773-880-1322 Ext. 37; Email: aobrien@garrettrealtyinc.com; Web site: www.garrettrealtyinc.com.

Indiana Fort Wayne – Parkwest Center, a 180,655 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of West Jefferson Boulevard/ Route 24 and Illinois Road/Route 14, has spaces available from 873 sq.ft. to 24,750 sq.ft. Cotenants include Big Lots, Jiffy Lube, Dollar General, H&R Block, Phil’s Hobby Shop, Tuesday Morning and Tropical Tanning. Area demographics include a population of 143,236 within five miles earning $51,810 as the average household income. The average daily traffic count is 66,500 vehicles. For more information, contact Randall Briskin, The Feil Organization, 7 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001; 212-563-6557, Fax 212-563-6657; Email: rbriskin@feilorg.com; Web site: www.feilorg.com.

Maryland Baltimore – A 3,920 sq.ft. bi-level space, in addition to a 4,500 sq.ft. tri-level space, is available along Eastern Avenue. Area demographics include a population of 195,365 within three miles earning $51,227 as the average household income. For more information, contact William Steffey, Oxford Chase Retail, 9861 Broken (continued on page twenty)

Equity Retail Brokers (610-645-7700) is representing the following retailers with their expansion plans throughout DE, southern NJ and eastern PA: Starbucks in spaces of 1,500 sq.ft. to 2,000 sq.ft. in endcaps or pad sites with a drive-thru; Cutter’s Mill in spaces of 6,000 sq.ft.; T.G.I. Friday’s using spaces of 8,000 sq.ft. in endcaps of shopping centers, second generation restaurant spaces or pad sites; STS Tire & Auto Center occupying spaces of 5,600 sq.ft. or 0.75 acre land areas; Wendy’s in spaces of 3,400 sq.ft. in freestanding locations; Swiss Farms using spaces of 1,300 sq.ft. to 1,700 sq.ft. in freestanding locations with a drive-thru; The Little Gym occupying spaces of 4,000 sq.ft.; Au Bon Pain using spaces of 1,600 sq.ft. to 3,500 sq.ft.; Firestone in spaces of 7,500 sq.ft. in freestanding locations or one acre land areas and Smash Burger using spaces of 2,200 sq.ft. to 2,500 sq.ft. in inline spaces or endcaps of shopping centers. Charter Realty & Development Corp. (203-227-2922) is representing The Alamo Drafthouse with its expansion plans throughout FL, GA, NC, SC, VA, DE, OH, PA, NJ, NH, MA, CT, NY and Washington, DC. The restaurants seek to occupy spaces of 22,000 sq.ft. to 33,000 sq.ft. Big USA (678-290-1460), in partnership with M&J Wilkow, Ltd., assembled a team to exclusively broker The Waterfront, a 1.4 million sq.ft. power shopping center located in Pittsburgh, PA. Target, Lowe’s Home Improvement and Giant Eagle anchor the center. Sholom & Zuckerbot Realty, LLC (718392-5959) is representing Carter’s with its expansion plans throughout Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Manhattan, NY. The company, offering baby and children’s apparel, occupies spaces of 3,500 sq.ft. to 4,500 sq.ft. in inline spaces of shopping centers or freestanding locations. Jameson Commercial (312-699-6660) is representing The Social Table with its expansion plans throughout Old Town, Lincoln Park, Wicker Park and Bucktown, IL. seeking spaces of 1,500 sq.ft. to 2,500 sq.ft. on first and second floors. Cassidy Turley (858-625-5244) has been appointed the exclusive leasing agent by Westcore Properties for an 11.1 million sq.ft., 126 retail, industrial and office portfolio throughout northern CA and St. Louis and Indianapolis, MO. DM February 22, 2013 | Page 19


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Land Parkway, Suite 201, Columbia, MD 21046; 410-312-7222 Ext. 104; Email: bsteffey@erols.com/bill@oxfordchase.net; Web site: www.oxfordchase.net. Baltimore – A 3,797 sq.ft. space is available at the intersection of Light Street and Lombard Street. Area draws include Camden Yards. For more information, contact Stacey Berman or Susan Homberg, Manekin; 410385-5778/5766; Emails: sberman@manekin.com and shomberg@manekin.com; Web site: www.manekin.com. Baltimore – Mount Clare Junction, located at the intersection of West Cross Street and South Carey Street, has spaces available from 600 sq.ft. to 19,493 sq.ft. Cotenants include PriceRite Supermarket, Family Dollar, RentA-Center and Subway. Area demographics include a population of 243,044 within three miles earning $51,885 as the average household income. Towson – Loch Raven Plaza, located at the intersection of Loch Raven Boulevard and Taylor Avenue, has spaces available of 2,000 sq.ft. to 4,400 sq.ft. Cotenants include ALDI, Aaron’s, Dollar Tree and Firestone. Area demographics include a population of 162,943 within three miles earning $75,201 as the average household income.

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For more information, contact Adam Greenberg, DLC Management, 1202 Goucher Boulevard, Towson, MD 21286; 410-821-0303; Web site: www.dlcmgmt.com.

earning $64,655 as the average household income. Pasadena – Patriots Plaza, located along Route 2/Ritchie Highway, has an endcap space available of 3,660 sq.ft. Cotenants include Bob Evans and Dunkin Donuts. Area demographics include a population of 174,504 within five miles earning $96,391 as the average household income. For more information, contact Scotty Sellman, Kimco Realty, 1954 Greenspring Drive, Suite 330, Lutherville, MD 21093; 410-427-4416; ssellman@kimcorealty.com; Web site: www.kimcorealty.com.

Bethesda – A mixed-use center located at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Commerce Lane has spaces available of 3,766 sq.ft. and 5,890 sq.ft. Area retailers include Chipotle, la Madeleine, Safeway, Caribou Coffee, Daily Grill and Morton’s Steakhouse. Area demographics include a population of 143,111 within three miles earning $119,635 as the median household income. For more information, contact Jared Meier, Sam Pan or Nick Page, Street Sense; 240-4797195/240-479-7226/410-218-2427; Emails: jmeier@streetsense.com, span@streetsense.com and nick@streetsense.com; Web site: www.streetsense.com. District Heights – The Shops at District Heights, located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue/Route 4 and Silver Hill Road/Route 458, has spaces available of 1,400 sq.ft. to 1,701 sq.ft. Cotenants include Giant, Dunkin Donuts, Jerry’s Subs and Panda Express. Area demographics include a population of 147,053 within three miles

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Gaithersburg – Kentlands Square Shopping Center, located along Kentlands Boulevard, has space available. Cotenants include Giant Food and Whole Foods Market, while area retailers include Panera Bread. The asking rent is $29 psf NNN. For more information, contact Richard Greenberg, Greenhill Cos.; 301-657-2525 Ext. 29; Email: rgreenberg@greenhillcompanies.com. Randallstown – Kings Point Square, located at the intersection of Deer Park Road and Liberty Road, has spaces up to 5,195 sq.ft. available, as well as a pad site. Area demographics include a population of 133,028 within five miles earning $70,505 as the average household income.

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For more information, contact Joseph Savaro, Brahin Properties, Inc., 1535 Chestnut Street, Suite 200, Philadelphia, PA 19102; 215-563-7222, Fax 215-563-2449; Web site: www.brahinproperties.com.

Hooper Avenue, has spaces available of 1,806 sq.ft. to 7,500 sq.ft. Cotenants include A.C. Moore, Burlington Coat Factory, Payless Shoe Source, Stop & Shop and Dots. Area demographics include a population of 315,102 within five miles earning an average household income of $62,928. For more information, contact Rich Schulz or James Aug, Fidelity-RS AUG Real Estate, LLC., 2 Hudson Place, Hoboken, NJ 07030; 201-553-9100; Emails: rschulz@rsaug.com and jaug@rsaug.com; Web site: www.rsaug.com.

Montgomery – A 12,000 sq.ft. strip center, located at the intersection of Route 206 and Princeton Avenue, has a 4,922 sq.ft. space available. Area retailers include Shop Rite and TD Bank. Area demographics include a population of 76,863 within five miles earning $184,022 as the average household income. For more information, contact Jeffrey Katz, Jeffery Realty, Inc., 116 Route 22, North Plainfield, NJ 07060; 908-6689600 Ext. 248, Fax 908-668-5225; Email: jkatz@jefferyrealty.com.

New Jersey Aberdeen – A&P Plaza, a 74,941 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of Route 35 and Cliffwood Avenue, has a 2,500 sq.ft. divisible pad site available. Cotenants include Pet Valu, A&P, H&R Block, Subway, Dunkin Donuts, Baskin Robbins and Supercuts. Area demographics include a population of 157,887 within five miles earning $100,153 as the average household income. For more information, contact Robert Goldfeder, Basser Kaufman, 151 Irving Place, Woodmere, NY 11598; 516-5693700 Ext. 127, Fax 516-569-7528; Email: robert@basserkaufman.com; Web site: www.basserkaufman.com. Basking Ridge – Riverwalk Village Center, a 50,000 sq.ft. lifestyle center located along Route 525/Martinsville Road, has a 1,052 sq.ft. space available. Cotenants include Starbucks, Gymboree, Soup Shoppe, Red Mango, Urban Table and Supercuts. Area demographics include a population of 72,131 within five miles earning $191,763 as the average household income. The average daily traffic count is 13,008 vehicles. For more information, contact Brian S. Silbert or Camille C. Lascari, Silbert Realty & Management Co., 85A Division Avenue, PO Box 406, Millington, NJ 07946; 908604-6900 Ext. 15/17, Fax 908-604-2030; Emails: info@silbertrealestate.com and clascari@silbertrealestate.com; Web site: www.silbertrealestate.com. Blackwood – A 3,194 sq.ft. former bank with four drive-thru lanes is available at the intersection of Blackwood-Clementon Lane and Peters Lane. Area retailers include McDonald’s, Dunkin Donuts, Napa Auto Parts and Kmart. The average daily traffic count is 34,948 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 214,660 within five miles earning an average household income of $78,880. For more information, contact Richard L. Soloff, Soloff Realty & Development, Inc.; 610-834-0400; Email: richard@soloffdevelopment.com; Web site: www.soloffdevelopment.com. Brick – Bay Harbor Plaza, located at the intersection of Brick Boulevard and Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net

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Springfield – A 3,800 sq.ft. freestanding building is available along Route 22. Neighboring retailers include Target, T.J. Maxx, Home Depot, Barnes & Noble, Sports Authority and Walmart. The average daily traffic count is 70,000 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 114,755 within three miles earning $110,510 as the average household income. Wayne – A 49,367 sq.ft. former P.C. Richard & Son building is available along Route 46 West. Area retailers include Sears, Kohls, Macy’s, Marshalls, Home Depot,

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Staples and Costco. The average daily traffic count is 120,000 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 264,751 within five miles earning $95,785 as the average household income. For more information, contact Chuck Lanyard or Lew Finkelstein, The Goldstein Group, 45 Eisenhower Drive, Paramus, NJ 07652; 201-7039700 Ext. 115/122, Fax 201-703-9678; Emails: clanyard@thegoldsteingroup.com and lfinkelstein@thegoldsteingroup.com; Web site: www.thegoldsteingroup.com.

Kings Park – A 13,425 sq.ft. space is available at the intersection of East Northport Road and Lou Avenue. The average daily traffic count is 15,000 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 135,505 within five miles earning $125,364 as the average household income. For more information, contact Judy Pascucci, Breslin Realty, 500 Old Country Road, Garden City, NY 11530; 516-741-7400 Ext. 216; Email: jpascucci@breslinrealty.com; Web site: www.breslinrealty.com.

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New York – A 2,400 sq.ft. ground floor space is available along Hudson Street between North Moore and Ericsson Place. For more information, contact Robin Abrams, Sylvia Haddad or Joseph Leinsdorf, Lansco, 575 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10017; 212-644-2222 Ext. 6849/6871 /6907; Emails: rabrams@lansco.com, shaddad@lansco.com and jleinsdorf@lansco.com; Web site: www.lansco.com. New York – A 3,400 sq.ft. ground level space is available along East 23rd Street, between First Avenue and Second Avenue. Area retailers include CVS, Bolton’s, Morton Williams Supermarket and McDonald’s. For more information, contact Steven E. Baker or Aaron S. Fishbein, Winick Realty Group, LLC., 655 Third Avenue, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017; 212-792-2636/2611, Fax 212-792-2660; Emails: stevenb@winick.com and afishbein@winick.com; Web site: www.winick.com. Nyack – Main Street Promenade, a 29,090 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of Main Street and Cedar Street, has a 16,222 sq.ft. space available, which can be divided. Cotenants include Subway, H&R Block and Spice of India Restaurant. Area demographics include a population of 115,796 within five miles earning $140,939 as the average household income. For more information, contact Charles Hirsch, Milbrook Properties, Ltd., 42 Bayview Avenue, Manhasset, NY 11030; 516-869-1240, Fax 516-869-8576; Email: chirsch@milbrookproperties.com. Pawling – Inline spaces, along with a pad site, are available along Route 22. Cotenants include Subway, Super A&P, Radio Shack, Dollar General and Tractor Supply Co. The average daily traffic count is 19,685 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 19,580 within five miles earning an average household income of $114,531. Scarsdale – Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net


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Scarsdale Park Mall, located along Central Park Avenue, has a 4,500 sq.ft. endcap and a 2,100 sq.ft. inline space available. Cotenants include Gymboree, Bikram Yoga, Snip-Its and Town Nails. The average daily traffic count is 34,000 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 124,324 within three miles earning an average household income of $141,503. For more information regarding the Pawling property, contact Sheila DuPell, Aries, Deitch & Endelson, Inc., 110 South Central Avenue, Hartsdale NY 10530; 914-949-2800, Fax 914-949-2424; Email: sheila@ade-re.com; Web site: www.ade-re.com. For more information regarding the Scarsdale property, contact Bill Hesse; Ext. 101; Email: billhesse@ade-re.com.

For more information, contact Dan Wechsler, Gibraltar Real Estate & Development, 150 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591; 914-631-6200; Email: dan@gibraltarmgt.com; Web site: www.gibraltarmgt.com.

221 West Philadelphia Street, Suite 19, York, PA 17401; 717-854-5357, Fax 717-8545367; Email: rbardolf@rockrealestate.net; Web site: www.rockrealestate.net.

Watertown – Spaces of 8,840 sq.ft. to 25,000 sq.ft. are available, along with a 5-acre outparcel, at the intersection of Coleman Avenue and Arsenal Street. Cotenants include Big Lots, Radio Shack, Raymour & Flanigan and Tractor Supply Co. Area demographics include a population of 36,523 within five miles earning an average household income of $49,699. The average daily traffic count is 16,940 vehicles. For more information, contact Kathy Boudreau, Scott Milnamow, Jim Potocki or Dave LaPointe, Raymour & Flanigan Real Estate, 7248 Morgan Road, Liverpool, NY 13090; 315-453-2520/2590, 315-4613622/315-453-2534, Fax 315-453-2570; Email: realestate@raymourflanigan.com.

Chambersburg – Orchard Park Commons, a 26,440 sq.ft. strip center located along Orchard Drive, has spaces available of 2,400 sq.ft., 3,600 sq.ft. and 4,020 sq.ft. For more information, contact Russell J. Bardolf, Jr., ROCK Commercial Real Estate,

Horsham – The Elements, located at the intersection of Horsham Road and Dresher Road, has spaces available of 350 sq.ft. to 10,600 sq.ft. Cotenants include Subway, Zavino Wine Bar Pizzeria, Curves and Plenti Grand Café. The average daily traffic count is 49,000 vehicles. Area (continued on page twenty-four)

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Allentown – Valley Plaza Shopping Center, 160,000 sq.ft. shopping center located along Catasauqua Road, has spaces available of 6,001 sq.ft. to 12,000 sq.ft. Cotenants include Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Bottom Dollar Foods, Plato’s Closet, Dollar General and Dunkin Donuts. For more information, contact James Balliet, KW Commercial-The James Balliet Commercial Group, 40 South Cedar Crest Boulevard, Allentown, PA 18104; 610-435-4711, Fax 610-4352800; Email: jballiet@kw.com; Web site: www.thecommercialpropertygroup.com. Chambersburg – A land area of 1.5-acres is available along Lincoln Way East. Neighboring retailers include Hobby Lobby, Planet Fitness, Just Cabinets, Arby’s, Rice Bowl and Little Caesars. Area demographics include a population of 49,905 within five miles earning an average household income of $62,831. Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net

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demographics include a population of 90,000 within five miles earning a median household income of $100,000. For more information, contact Douglas Green, Tim Duffy or Andrew Shpigel, MSC, 1845 Walnut Street, 6th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103; 215-568-2600 Ext. 718/716/715; Emails: dgreen@salove.com, tduffy@salove.com and ashpigel@salove.com. King Of Prussia – A 4,910 sq.ft. endcap is available along West Dekalb Pike/Route 202. Area retailers include Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshalls, Michaels and PetSmart. Area demographics include a population of 255,233 within five miles earning an average household income of $94,624. The average daily traffic count is 40,000 vehicles. Stroudsburg – A 2,500 sq.ft. space is available in a shopping center along North 9th Street. Cotenants include Dollar Tree and A.C. Moore. Area demographics include a population of 116,279 within five miles earning $66,686 as the median household income. The average daily traffic count is 20,000 vehicles. For more information, contact Kathy Boudreau, Scott Milnamow, Jim Potocki or Dave LaPointe, Raymour & Flanigan Real Estate, 7248 Morgan Road, Liverpool, NY 13090; 315-453-2520/2590, 315-4613622/315-453-2534, Fax 315-453-2570; Email: realestate@raymourflanigan.com. Montgomery – Montgomery Square, located at the intersection of Bethlehem Pike and Knapp Road, has a 3,000 sq.ft. pad site available. Cotenants include Target, Giant and Bed Bath & Beyond. Area demographics include a population of 147,201 within five miles earning an average household income of $112,570. For more information, contact Nina Rogers, Kimco Realty, 6 Coulter Avenue, Suite 1000, Ardmore, PA 19003; 610-896-7560 Ext. 5; Email: nrogers@kimcorealty.com; Web site: www.kimcorealty.com. Philadelphia – A 3,286 sq.ft. ground floor space, in addition to a 618 sq.ft. mezzanine space, is available along Walnut Street. Area retailers include Coach, Lagos, BCBG Maxazria, Anthropologie, Burberry and Tiffany & Co. Area demographics include a population of 259,034 within two miles earning an average household income of $71,331. For more information, contact Midwood Investment & Development; 646-292-4909; Email: info@midwoodid.com. Page 24 | February 22, 2013

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Radnor – St. David’s Square, a 219,000 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of East Lancaster Avenue Route 30 and North Radnor Avenue, has spaces available of 1,867 sq.ft. and 2,467 sq.ft. Cotenants include Home Goods, Giant, Bed Bath & Beyond and T.J. Maxx. Area demographics include a population of 173,349 within five miles earning an average household income of $120,390. For more information, contact MPI, 600 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10022; 212-935-1330, Fax 212-8325369; Email: leasing@mpi-re.com; Web site: www.mpi-re.com.

include a population of 122,636 within five miles earning $102,593 as the average household income. For more information, contact Brandon Howard or Susan McGee, Divaris Real Estate, 11820 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD 20852; 301-231-4877 Ext. 60/28, Fax 301-231-5854; Emails: bhoward@divaris.com and smcgee@divaris.com; Web site: www.divaris.com.

Wexford – Wexford Plaza, located Perry Highway/Route 19, has spaces available from 717 sq.ft. to 5,700 sq.ft. Cotenants include Whole Foods, Rite Aid, Pizza Hut, Gymboree, Great Clips, Jersey Mike’s and Bruegger’s. Area demographics include a population of 160,565 within seven miles earning $86,207 as the median household income. For more information, contact Michelle Parolini, Echo Retail, 701 Alpha Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238; 412-968-1662; Email: mparolini@echoretail.com; Web site: www.echoretail.com.

Virginia Alexandria – The Trade Center, a 205,837 sq.ft. retail community center located along South Pickett Street, has a divisible space of 4,567 sq.ft. available. Cotenants include Home Depot, Mattress Warehouse, Pepi’s Pizza and Gymboree. Area demographics include a population of 208,806 within three miles earning $99,310 as the average household income. The average daily traffic count is 42,000 vehicles. For more information, contact Shary Thur, Thur & Associates; 703-847-0865; Email: sthur@thurassociates.com; Web site: www.thurassociates.com. Alexandria – Van Dorn Station, located along South Van Dorn Street, has spaces up to 30,000 sq.ft. available. For more information, contact Richard Greenberg, Greenhill Cos.; 301-657-2525 Ext. 29; Email: rgreenberg@greenhillcompanies.com. Dumfries – Southbridge Plaza, located along Wayside Drive, has a 1,706 sq.ft. endcap available. Cotenants include Five Guys, Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt, Auto Zone and Pizza Boli’s. Area demographics

Leesburg – Battlefield Shopping Center, located at the intersection of Route 15/ Leesburg Bypass and Route 773/Edwards Ferry Road, has spaces available. Cotenants include Stein Mart, Staples, Ross Dress For Less, Michaels and Sally Beauty Supply. Stafford – Doc Stone Commons, located at the intersection of Doc Stone Road and Worth Avenue, has spaces available. Cotenants include Home Depot, Giant, Petco, Subway, Great Clips and Staples. For more information, contact Kevin Allen or Nina Rogers, Kimco Realty, 3333 New Hyde Park Road, New Hyde Park, NY 11042; 410-427-4434/610-8967560; Emails: kallen@kimcorealty.com and nrogers@kimcorealty.com; Web site: www.kimcorealty.com. Richmond – Pocono Crossing Shopping Center, a 180,845 sq.ft. shopping center located at the intersection of Midlothian Turnpike/Route 60 and Robious Road/Route 675, has spaces available from 1,200 sq.ft. to 3,000 sq.ft. Cotenants include Burlington Coat Factory, Chuck E. Cheese, Catherine’s and Party City. The average daily traffic count is 62,000 vehicles. Area demographics include a population of 131,685 within five miles earning $96,099 as the average household income. For more information, contact Barbara Sacks, Stoltz Management, 725 Conshohocken State Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; 888-777-3557 Ext. 204, Fax 610664-1976; Email: bsacks@stoltzusa.com; Web site: www.stoltzusa.com.

Washington, D.C. A 1,883 sq.ft. space is available along MacArthur Boulevard. The average daily traffic count is 21,800 vehicles. The asking rent is $45 psf NNN. For more information, contact Tricia Mangum or Jared M. Okun, Rock Creek Property Group; 202-835-1206/ 1209; Emails: tmangum@rockcreekpg.com and jokun@rockcreekpg.com; Web site: www.rockcreekpg.com. DM Dealmakers Magazine | www.dealmakers.net


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who’s opening and where DSW, Inc. (866-379-7463) is planning to open an 18,800 sq.ft. DSW at Eden Prairie Center in Eden Prairie, MN. The store is slated to open during 2014 and will join Von Maur, Chico’s, Talbots, LOFT, J. Jill, Posh Love, Target, Barnes & Noble and Coldwater Creek at the center. Additional tenants coming to the center include Francesca’s, Cotton On, Teavana and Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt.

Harris Teeter, Inc. (704-844-3100) is planning to open a 50,000 sq.ft. Harris Teeter supermarket at Woodmont Triangle, a 430,000 sq.ft. mixed-use center along Wisconsin Avenue in Chevy Chase, MD. The grocery store is slated to open during spring 2015. The company currently operates 200 locations in eight states throughout the southeastern U.S., as well as the District of Columbia.

Performance Bicycle (800-727-2453) is opening five locations throughout FL during the first half of the year, including sites in Ft. Lauderdale, Tampa, Winter Park, Boca Raton and Jacksonville. The company is also slated to open a store in Mesa, AZ in April. The company, offering apparel, bicycles and related accessories, currently operates 110 locations throughout 20 states nationwide.

TJX Cos., Inc. (508-390-1000) is slated to open a 24,000 sq.ft. T.J. Maxx at North River Village, located along U.S. Highway 301 North in Ellenton, FL during the spring. It will be the company’s fifth location in southwestern FL. The company will join Bealls Outlet at the shopping center. The company trades as T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and A.J. Wright.

CVS Caremark Corp. (877-265-7325) is slated to open a 13,225 sq.ft. CVS pharmacy at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Washington Street in Junction City, KS during 2014. The company, offering healthcare products, beauty products, drinks and snacks, currently operates more than 7,000 locations nationwide.

Wawa, Inc. (610-358-8000) is planning to open 10 Wawa convenience stores throughout Tampa, FL and 15 locations in Orlando, FL this year, along with plans for 25 store openings throughout Orlando and Tampa, FL during 2014 and 25 openings in 2015. The company currently operates 11 locations throughout the Tampa, FL market.

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