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99 Cents Only opens California store Nov. 14

BY Dan Berthiaume

City of Commerce, Calif. – 99 Cents Only Stores is opening a new store in Ladera Heights, Calif., on Nov. 14. The new store is approximately 19,000 sq. ft. and will feature a perishable food department, including produce, dairy and frozen foods.

99 Cents Only Stores currently operates 334 extreme value retail stores consisting of 240 stores in California, 44 in Texas, 33 in Arizona, and 17 in Nevada.

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Winick adds broker team in Cranford, N.J.

BY Michael Fickes

New York — Winick Realty Group has welcomed the broker team of Alison Cohen and Susan Preisler to its New Jersey branch, in Cranford. Cohen and Preisler have been partners for more than a decade, starting up a retail division at Hirschman Realty before moving to Vanguard Realty.

As a team, they specialize in leasing regional shopping centers, a specialty they plan to continue as part of Winick, working with both landlords and tenants.

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WinCo announces stores in Idaho and California

BY Michael Fickes

Boise, Idaho — WinCo Foods has announced that it will open two new discount supermarkets on November 7. The stores are located in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho and in Norco, Calif. and span 75,000 sq. ft. and 65,000 sq. ft. respectively.

WinCo Foods is an employee owned company founded in 1967 in Boise. The company operates 90 stores and four distribution centers in Washington, Idaho, Nevada, California, Oregon, Utah and Arizona. A fifth distribution center is under construction in Phoenix, Ariz. WinCo plans to enter the Texas market in early 2014 with stores in Ft. Worth and McKinney.

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