REAL ESTATE

GBT Realty launches construction on Village on Pooler Parkway

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Nashville, Tenn. — GBT Realty Corp. said Wednesday it has closed on the purchase of approximately 20 acres along Pooler Parkway in Pooler, Ga., for the development of the Village on Pooler Parkway. The development will consist of more than 143,000 sq. ft. when completed in the first quarter of 2014.

The project will be anchored by T.J.Maxx, Ross Dress for Less, Michael’s and PetSmart, all of which have executed leases to be a part of the center. In addition, leases have been signed with Rack Room Shoes, Moe’s Southwest, Jersey Mikes and Palm Beach Tan.

The development also has building pads for freestanding buildings and outparcels. Panera Bread has a lease to locate in a freestanding building with a drive thru. This will be one of the first locations in the market for Panera’s new freestanding prototypes.

In addition, Jalapeños and Aspen Dental have also executed leases to be on building pads within the center.

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Mar-28-2013 01:56 am

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Jo-Ann Stores selects Demandware for digital commerce

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Burlington, Mass. — Enterprise cloud commerce solution-provider Demandware announced Wednesday that Jo-Ann Stores has selected the Demandware Commerce platform to support its digital commerce strategy.

“We needed a flexible digital commerce platform that would allow us to move quickly to meet the evolving needs of our customers across our web and mobile channels,” said Matt Susz, CIO, Jo-Ann Stores. “Demandware’s cloud-based platform will allow us to deliver innovative brand experiences to inspire and spark our customers’ creativity wherever they choose to shop with us.”

Jo-Ann is working with Demandware LINK Solution Partner, Lyons Consulting Group, on the development and system integration of its new site. In addition, Jo-Ann Stores will leverage pre-built integrations to third-party technologies available through the Demandware LINK Technology Marketplace.

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Englewood Construction launches four restaurant projects

BY Staff Writer

Chicago — Lemont, Ill.-based Englewood Construction said Wednesday that its restaurant group has begun work on four new projects, including a food court in New Jersey’s largest outlet mall, a steakhouse in a downtown Chicago luxury hotel and two suburban Chicago mall restaurants.

“As we head out of the recession, we’re seeing more importance placed on dining and entertainment, and the focus is on redevelopment,” said William Di Santo, president, Englewood Construction.

HMS Host has hired Englewood Construction to renovate its 1,000-seat, 11,000-sq.-ft. food court within The Outlet Collection Jersey Gardens, a two-level enclosed outlet mall in Elizabeth, N.J. Environetics Group Architects is the architect.

In Chicago, Denihan Hospitality Group hired Englewood Construction for a 4,000-sq.-ft. renovation and extension of David Burke’s Primehouse at The James Hotel. The expansion will include a new lobby, bar, restaurant area, private dining room and wine cellar. New York-based Design Bureaux is the architect on the project.

In Skokie, Englewood is doing an interior build-out of Roka Akor, a steak, seafood and sushi restaurant in the Old Orchard Shopping Center. The project also includes installing an outdoor patio. Aria Group Architects is the architect.

In Orland Park, Englewood is also building out Sarku Japan in the Orland Square Mall. Architectural Consulting Services is the architect of record.

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