REAL ESTATE

Applebee’s to open at CooperTowne Center

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Somerdale, N.J. — Purchase, N.Y.-based National Realty & Development Corp. said Tuesday that Applebee’s will open a new restaurant at the 385,000-sq.-ft. CooperTowne Center in Somerdale, N.J.

Applebee’s will occupy 7,029 sq. ft. of this redevelopment project and will join anchor tenants Walmart Supercenter, Cinemark Theatres and LA Fitness.

The new restaurant will have 256 indoor seats and will also feature an outdoor courtyard dining area. Applebee’s will be located directly adjacent to a newly renovated and expanded Cinemark Theatres. Applebee’s is the first dining establishment to join the center and is scheduled to open at the end of 2011.

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Dollar Tree opens at Villa Monaco

BY Staff Writer

Denver — Centro Properties Group US announced Tuesday that Dollar Tree has opened a new store in Denver.

The 8,460-sq.-ft. Dollar Tree store opened at Villa Monaco, which is owned by New York City-based Centro Properties Group.

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SC Johnson hopes to wipe away waste with Windex refills

BY CSA STAFF

RACINE, Wis.— SC Johnson has introduced Windex Mini, a concentrated refill pouch that uses 90% less plastic packaging than a traditional 26 fluid ounce trigger bottle.

According to SC Johnson, data shows U.S. consumers are not keen on refilling their household cleaning bottles and is hoping the launch of Windex Mini will help the company understand why that is the case.

“By conservative estimates, a flexible pouch saves six times as much plastic waste that goes into a landfill compared to a traditional bottle,” said Fisk Johnson, Chairman and CEO of SC Johnson. “Refilling with a concentrate is an example of a very small behavior change that could make a real difference in minimizing waste. But many people don’t want the inconvenience. We want to crack the code and figure out what it would take to make concentrated refills an accepted – even demanded – choice.”

The productis being sold directly by SC Johnson at www.scjgreenerchoices.com in three-packs of “snip ‘n’ pour” pouches.

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