Jones Lang LaSalle donates $1.25 million to Red Cross to aid Japan
Chicago — Jones Lang LaSalle today Thursday that the firm is donating $1.25 million to the Japanese Red Cross to provide aid and relief following the Japan earthquake and Pacific Tsunami that have left a path of destruction in their wake.
“Our donation is meant as an earnest statement of concern for and support of the people of Japan including our 600 employees and thousands of clients in the country,” said Colin Dyer, CEO, Jones Lang LaSalle. “We’re providing this donation to the Red Cross as the most effective means of delivering immediate aid to those people and areas in greatest need. We encourage other organizations to join us and pledge their support to the Japanese relief efforts.”
Jones Lang LaSalle operates offices in Tokyo, Osaka, Sapporo and Fukuoka.
Sport Clips signs five Philadelphia region leases
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. — Fameco Real Estate, L.P., announced that Sports Clips has signed five new leases in the Philadelphia region as part of its store roll-out campaign.
In December, Sports Clips’ first area store opened at Park East Plaza in Cherry Hill, N.J. It will be followed by store openings at the Nassau Pavilion in Princeton, N.J., The Shoppes at English Village in North Wales, Pa., Providence Town Center in Collegeville, Pa., and at the Marketplace at Neshaminy, in Bensalem, Pa., in 2011.
In addition, Fameco is also representing Sports Clips with its entrance into the central and northern New Jersey markets.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries to open at Overlake Fashion Plaza
Redmond, Wash. — Jacksonville, Fla.-based Regency Centers said it has leased restaurant space in Redmond, Wash., at Overlake Fashion Plaza to Five Guys Burgers and Fries.
Five Guys has leased 2,475 sq. ft., and is slated to open for business this summer.
The 80,555-sq.-ft. shopping center is anchored by Marshalls alongside national retailers such as Men’s Wearhouse, Payless Shoe Source, and Avenue.