Juice Generation to open new Maiden Lane location
New York City —Juice Generation, a juice bar concept with 12 locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn, signed a lease for its first Financial District location at 101 Maiden Lane, located at the corner of Pearl Street at the base of the luxury residential complex 2 Gold Street.
Winick Realty Group president Steven E. Baker and Aaron S. Fishbein represented landlord TF Cornerstone Inc. in this lease transaction. Baker had previously leased space in the building to Tres Carnes and Fields Chicken, creating a restaurant destination on Maiden Lane that also includes Potbelly, Chipotle, Dig Inn, Starbucks, Just Salad, Hale & Hearty, Chop’t, Roti, Tous Crepes and Au Bon Pain.
“Maiden Lane is teeming with dining options, but there was still an unmet need for a health-oriented juice concept like Juice Generation,” said Baker.
“They will be a great complement to Soul Cycle, which is opening on the second floor of 101 Maiden Lane in November,” said Steve Gonzalez, director of retail leasing for TF Cornerstone.
Benjamin Birnbaum of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented Juice Generation, which will occupy 1,683 sq. ft. of ground floor retail space. Juice Generation is slated to open in early 2015.
Mid-America arranges sale of Stonefield Square
Louisville, Ky. —Mid-America Real Estate Corporation’s Investment Sales team recently brokered the sale of Stonefield Square in Louisville, Ky. The 90,991-sq.-ft. center was purchased from seller Viking Partners by Toronto-based Slate Properties for $12.6 million.
Stonefield Square is located at the southwest corner of Shelbyville and Moser Roads. The center is anchored by The Fresh Market, CVS and Fifth Third Bank.
Dunkin Donuts to open at Westgate Shopping Center
Portland, Me. —Charter Realty and Development announced that it has leased space to Dunkin Donuts at Westgate Shopping Center, located in Portland, Me. Dunkin Donuts took 2,474 sq. ft. and will be joining Shaw’s, CVS, Anytime Fitness, Bank of America, TD Bank North and Advance Auto Parts.
Dunkin Donuts will be replacing Tim Horton’s in the freestanding location with a drive thru. The center was recently renovated and is located along a heavily trafficked corridor.