MARKETING/SOCIAL MEDIA

Catalogs.com launches Dynalog

BY Dan Berthiaume

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — Catalogs.com has launched Dynalog, a new dynamic digital catalog solution that enables retailers to create interactive e-catalogs that are optimized for Web and mobile devices. The solution does not use PDFs or shrink down existing catalogs into digital format, but allows retailers to develop, customize and launch customized digital catalogs within 30 minutes.

“Clients are finding it extremely easy and effective to email their Dynalog to existing customers, add it on newsletters, and share it on social media platforms including Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter,” said Richard Livensky, president and co-founder of Dynalog. “The best part about Dynalog is that it delivers a far superior experience at a fraction of the cost of developing a PDF catalog.”

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REAL ESTATE

Gourmet Garage to sixth Manhattan location

BY Michael Fickes

New York City — Gourmet Garage, an upscale market with five Manhattan locations, has signed a lease for a sixth Manhattan location at Collect Pond House, a co-op building at 366 Broadway.

The market will occupy approximately 6,435 sq. ft. on the ground floor and 3,510 sq. ft. in the lower level. An additional 910 sq. ft. in the mezzanine will provide seating.

“366 Broadway sits at the apex of SoHo, Tribeca and the Financial District, and this area is currently in transition as many of the buildings on Broadway go through residential conversions,” said Darrell Rubens, executive VP of Winick Realty Group (www.winick.com), which represented the co-op board at Collect Pond House in the transaction.

Shopping Center Group and Vision Property Group LLC represented Gourmet Garage.

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Destin Commons adds two retailers

BY Michael Fickes

Destin, Fla. — Charming Charlie and Icing by Claire’s will open at Destin Commons in Destin, Fla., next summer as part of the Northwest Florida center’s 100,000-sq.-ft. expansion.

H&M and Uncle Buck’s Fish Bowl & Grill will anchor the expansion wing.

Charming Charlie, a fashion accessories retailer, will occupy more than 6,000 sq. ft. next to Uncle Buck’s.

Icing by Claire’s, a second brand by parent company Claire’s, will occupy nearly 2,000 sq. ft. near H&M. Icing offers jewelry and accessories.

Set on 56 acres, Destin Commons (www.destincommons.com) features more than 70 stores and restaurants including Bass Pro Shops, Belk and the AMC Destin 14-screen stadium style movie theater. The center also offers 70,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space, a pop fountain and a Pirate’s Cove children’s soft play area.

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