Bottom Dollar Food opens at Chalfont Village Shopping Center
Chalfont, Pa. — Centro Properties Group announced that a 20,685-sq.-ft. Bottom Dollar Food opened at Chalfont Village Shopping Center, located in Chalfont, Pa.
Centro Properties Group, based in New York City, is the owner of Chalfont Village Shopping Center.
Two new tenants to open in Montgomery County, Pa.
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. — Fameco Real Estate, L.P. said that Patel Bazaar and Spice Kitchen have signed leases for 6,900 sq. ft. along the 422 Corridor in Montgomery County, Pa.
Patel Bazaar, an Indian grocery store, has signed a 4,900-sq.-ft. lease at Jefferson Plaza Shopping Center in West Norriton Township. The grand opening is scheduled for January 14. Spice Kitchen, an Indian restaurant, has signed a lease for 2,000 sq. ft. at the Park Ridge Shopping Center in Trooper. The center is anchored by Acme. Spice Kitchen opened its doors several weeks ago.
DDG awarded planning and design architecture for China’s largest mall
Baltimore — Planning, architecture, graphics and design firm Development Design Group said Monday it has been awarded the position of planner and design architect for the retail centerpiece of the landmark Tianjin City Culture Center Development, soon to become the largest mall in China.
Located 20 minutes outside of Beijing’s central business district, the project is developed by Tianjin Lecheng Real Estate Co. DDG’s contribution to the project, the 4 million-sq.-ft., seven-level retail component will be part of an overall 9 million-sq.-ft. commercial and cultural destination in Tianjin City, China near Beijing.
In addition to the retail focal point, which will become the single largest shopping center building in China, the larger Culture Center Development also features a Grand Theater and Opera House, Art Museum, Grand Library, Youth Education Museum, and a Natural History Museum. A connection to four city subway lines runs beneath the site, and a recently completed high-speed connection direct to downtown Beijing will facilitate convenient access for the city’s 22 million residents.