Anaheim Town Square adds four new tenants, now 99% leased
Anaheim, Calif. — NewMark Merrill Cos. announced that Anaheim Town Square, in Anaheim, Calif., added four tenants to achieve 99% occupancy. The center’s four newest tenants are Staples, Yuva Threading Salon, Hawaiian King BBQ and Waba Grill.
Staples, which opened in December 2011 located next to HomeTown Buffet, signed a 10-year lease for the approximately 17,500-sq.-ft. store.
Yuva Threading Salon signed a five-year lease for an approximately 900-sq.-ft.
Hawaiian King BBQ signed a five-year lease for the approximately 1,800-sq.-ft. unit, and Waba Grill, which will open in 2012, signed a five-year lease for an approximately 1,254-sq.-ft. space.
Orangetheory Fitness Studio to open on Long Island
New York City — Sabre Real Estate Group said it has arranged a lease for the first Orangetheory Fitness Studio on Long Island.
The lease with landlord Federal Realty Investment Trust is for 3,480 sq. ft. at the Huntington Square Mall, located in East Northport and anchored by Sears and Barnes & Noble. The studio is expected to open in February.
Orangetheory Fitness has plans to open as many as 30 studios in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Sam’s Club expands Simply Right with vitamin line
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Sam’s Club has expanded its Simply Right brand to include a line of quality and affordable vitamins, the retailer announced.
Sam’s Club said its brand, which replaces its Member’s Mark line, features refined packaging and vitamins that are formulated to deliver the same benefits in a smaller pill, making it ideal for members and families who have difficulty swallowing pills, Sam’s Club said. The line includes triple strength fish oil, Co Q-10 softgels, glucosamine HCl and vitamin D3.
In line with the launch, Sam’s Club members are encouraged to scan QR codes that can be found on every bottle of Simply Right vitamins, which will lead them to brief, informative videos by acclaimed naturopathic physician Andrew Myers. The launch also is supported by a Twitter chat that will be held Wednesday and led by Myers.
"We know many of our members have made a resolution to be healthier in the new year, and in addition to a healthy diet and active lifestyle, members can rely on Simply Right vitamins to supplement the necessary nutrients needed for their overall health," Sam’s Club SVP health and wellness Jill Turner-Mitchael said. "Sam’s Club is pleased to provide our members with a broad range of high quality vitamins to meet each member’s needs at an extraordinary value, affordable for the whole family."