REAL ESTATE

Bone Fish Grill among two new tenants at Chapel Hill Shopping Center

BY CSA STAFF

Middletown, N.J. — Fameco Real Estate, L.P. said that Bone Fish Grill and Hand & Stone Massage have signed leases at the Chapel Hill Shopping Center, in Middletown, N.J.

Chapel Hill Shopping Center is a 64,507-sq.-ft. community shopping that was renovated four years ago and is anchored by a 45,000-sq.-ft. Whole Foods supermarket.

Bone Fish leased a 5,400-sq.-ft. endcap position. The restaurant is expected to open in September. Hand & Stone leased 3,600 sq. ft. of in-line space. The retailer is expected to open in April.

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SPL Realty Partners opens in southern California

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Santa Monica, Calif. — Real estate broker Scott P. Lifschultz announced he has formed SPL Realty Partners, a retail real estate brokerage and consulting company.

Current clients include CVS/pharmacy, Dean & Deluca, LandMark Retail Group, Johnny Was, Casual Male Retail Group and Destination XL. Based in Santa Monica, Calif., the company’s services include tenant representation, strategic planning, site selection, transaction management, owner representation, leasing & marketing, consulting and investment sales.

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Grubb & Ellis names senior retail exec

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Walnut Creek, Calif. — Grubb & Ellis Co. announced that John Sechser has rejoined the company’s Walnut Creek office as senior VP retail group.

Sechser returns to Grubb & Ellis after spending nearly 12 years with Colliers International, where he was a senior VP and co-director of the company’s Walnut Creek Retail division.

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