The Children’s Place to open at Lycoming Mall
Pennsdale, Pa. Philadelphia-based Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust said that The Children’s Place is set to open at Lycoming Mall, in Pennsdale, Pa., in late October.
The 4,222-sq.-ft. retailer will be located in the Macy’s Wing and will be Children’s Place’s first store in the region.
Buffalo Wild Wings to open at Lower Nazareth Commons
Lower Nazareth Township, Pa. Jacksonville, Fla.-based Regency Centers said it has signed a ground lease for approximately 15,000 sq. ft. of land in Lower Nazareth Township, Pa., at Lower Nazareth Commons to Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar.
Buffalo Wild Wings has leased one of the last two remaining outparcels and is slated to open for business in summer 2011.
The 206,383-sq.-ft. shopping center is anchored by Target and shadow anchored by a Wegmans supermarket alongside national retailers such as Sports Authority, Chick-fil-A, Great Clips, Five Guys, Zoup and PNC Bank.
Five & Dime to expand nationally
New York City Five & Dime General Stores said Wednesday that it has teamed with commercial real estate firm Prime Sites to launch a national expansion initiative for the dime-store retailer.
According to Prime Sites, it will create a feasibility study on tourism markets throughout the United States. “Our goal is to provide our client — Five & Dime General Stores — with a comprehensive look at key locations in hard core tourism markets throughout the country,” said Daniel O’Grady of Prime Sites.
In August 1997, Woolworth’s announced it was closing all of its U.S. stores.
Five & Dime General Stores are owned and operated by UTBW (“Used To Be Woolworth’s”) LLC.