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HomeGoods to anchor Edgewater Harbor

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Edgewater, N.J. — North Plainfield, N.J.-based Levin Management Corp. announced that HomeGoods, a TJX Cos. banner, will anchor the 100,000-sq.-ft. retail component of Edgewater Harbor, a mixed-use waterfront redevelopment in Edgewater, N.J.

HomeGoods has leased 24,000 sq. ft. and will join newly opened CVS Pharmacy, Moe’s Southwest Grill, AT&T, Beach Bum Tanning, Epique Massage and Edgewater Dry Cleaners.

At build-out, Edgewater Harbor also will include 480 high-end loft and townhouse residences and a 1,900-ft. river walk along the Hudson River. Development is all but complete on the property’s first two residential buildings, which feature ground-level retail space along the project’s Main Street. HomeGoods was the first tenant committed to that portion of the project. Other tenants include Floris Spa & Nail in 2,000 sq. ft., European Wax Center in 1,261 sq. ft., Five Guys in 2,300 sq. ft. and Great Clips in 960 sq. ft.

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Pottery Barn among new tenants at Chestnut Hill Shopping Center

BY Staff Writer

Chestnut Hill, Mass. — WS Development said that Pottery Barn, along with Swedish children’s apparel retailer Polarn O. Pyret and locally based Treat Cupcake Bar, will open at its Chestnut Hill Shopping Center.

The new stores are scheduled to open in spring 2013 in a new building at the site of the former Macy’s.

Other new stores to open in the 406,000-sq.-ft. shopping and dining destination include The Sports Club/LA, Cinema de Lux, Shake Shack, Pinkberry, and gourmet Asian restaurant Bernard’s.

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Jones Lang LaSalle to lease, manage St. Paul Union Depot

BY Staff Writer

St. Paul, Minn. — Jones Lang LaSalle said it has been selected by the Ramsey County (Minnesota) Regional Rail Authority as the exclusive property management and retail leasing agent for St. Paul Union Depot.

The historic facility is undergoing a $243 million transformation from a defunct rail station to an active transit center in the heart of St. Paul’s thriving Lowertown neighborhood. It will be the terminus of Twin Cities’ new light-rail transit line, which connects the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as local- and inter-city bus service, taxis, Amtrak and — in the future — high-speed rail service to Chicago.

Jones Lang LaSalle is now finalizing its agreement/contract with the RCRRA.

Jones Lang LaSalle is the largest third-party retail property management firm in the U.S. and has extensive experience in the management and operations of transit stations, including Union Station in Washington, D.C., Chicago Union Station and New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.

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Apr-03-2013 10:55 am

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Apr-03-2013 10:55 am

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