Divaris completes eight retail leases in central Virginia
Virginia Beach, Va. — Divaris Real Estate said that the company completed eight lease transactions totaling more than 81,000 sq. ft. of retail space in central Virginia.
Children’s Museum of Richmond leased 26,060 sq. ft. of retail space in the Divaris-leased Winterpock Crossing Shopping Center, located in Midlothian, Va.
K&G Menswear signed a lease for 22,888 sq. ft. of retail space in White Oak Village, located in Richmond and owned by Forest City Commercial Group.
Ulta Beauty signed a lease for 12,858 sq. ft. of retail space in Valley View Mall, located in Roanoke, Va., and anchored by J.C. Penney, Macy’s, Barnes & Noble, Old Navy and Belk.
CareMore Medical Enterprises leased 10,000 sq. ft. in the Divaris-leased Parkway Shopping Center, located in Richmond; Luxottica renewed its lease for 3,288 sq. ft. at Parc Place in Richmond; Stavna Dance Academy leased 2,986 sq. ft. at The Shoppes at Belvedere, located in Richmond; and Glenn J. Weaver leased 1,920 sq. ft. at Victorian Square, in Midlothian.
Creative Touch Interiors leased 1,750 sq. ft. of retail space at Parkside Marketplace, located in Glen Allen, Va., and owned by PNK, LLC. Creative Touch Interiors, a flooring design center, joins Starbucks, Smoothie King, Five Guys, Moe’s Southwest Grill, West Marine and Benjamin Moore Paints in Parkside Marketplace.
SRS names VP
Dallas — SRS Real Estate Partners said that Scott Tiernan has joined the company as VP in the Atlanta office.
Tiernan is charged with helping single-tenant building retailers and restaurateurs expand through leveraging the capabilities of SRS and Cypress Equities. Tiernan previously worked for O’Leary Partners in Atlanta.
Fameco announces staff additions
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. — Fameco Real Estate announced that it has hired three new salespeople and has expanded its property management group with the hire of a new property management accountant and several internal moves to better support its growth.
The newest addition to the Plymouth Meeting office is Rich Guthridge, who previously served as an intern at Fameco. Haley Samsi has joined the Center City office, after having served as the retail outreach manager for Philadelphia’s Center City District. Fameco’s Woodbridge, N.J., office has welcomed Martin Khait, who worked in Fameco’s Center City office as part of his collegiate work/study program.
As well, Fameco’s Management division has increased the size of its portfolio with the addition of several assignments including Stanbery Development’s Pennsylvania and New Jersey shopping center portfolio and other assignments from Philadelphia- based owners. To help manage the additional assignments, Doug Spinler has joined the team as a property management accountant. He spent the past two years at Stoltz Management Co. In an internal move, Albert Yaghooty has been promoted to property management accounting supervisor.
Fameco’s corporate office has moved, effective Aug. 6, to Conshohocken, Pa.