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Intermix to open new store in Meatpacking District

BY CSA STAFF

New York City — Robert K. Futterman & Associates announced it has secured a long-term, 2,725-sq. ft. lease with high-end apparel and accessories retailer Intermix in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

This completes the first of three phases of leasing at the building, which is situated on the southwest corner at the intersection of Washington and Gansevoort Streets, where Intermix will have two entrances.

Scheduled to open in August 2011, the new store will be located at the base of the West Coast, a 389,376-sq.-ft., 159-unit luxury rental apartment building owned and managed by TF Cornerstone. This will be the brand’s sixth store in Manhattan.

Intermix will occupy 1,885 sq. ft. on the ground floor, 240 sq. ft. in the mezzanine and 600 sq. ft. in the basement.

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New six-screen movie theatre to open in Ocala

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Ocala, Fla. — RMC Property Management Group announced that it has executed a new lease for a movie theater on behalf of the owner of Marion Shopping Center in Ocala, Fla.

Ocala Center 6, a six-screen theater, will occupy a 16,500-sq.-ft. space and is slated to open in May. Marion Shopping Center is anchored by Bealls Outlet and Rainbow Apparel.

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Passco names regional marketing representative

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Irvine, Calif. — Passco Cos. LLC announced that Brad McCord has been hired as regional marketing representative for the company.

McCord will act as an internal licensed wholesaler and work closely with the sales teams and their marketing efforts.

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