REAL ESTATE

Just Salad leases space in Hudson Square

BY Michael Fickes

New York — Just Salad has leased a 1,434 sq. ft. ground floor space at 325 Hudson Street, a 10-store, 240,000-sq.-ft. building in the heart of New York City’s Hudson Square.

New Street Realty Advisors represented Just Salad in lease negotiations with landlord Jamestown Properties.

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March of Dimes to honor NRDC

BY Michael Fickes

Purchase, N.Y. — The March of Dimes Greater N.Y. Chapter and the Real Estate Award Breakfast Committee have named National Realty & Development Corp. as the 2013 Real Estate Award recipient.

This year marks the 26th annual Real Estate Award Breakfast and the 75th aAnniversary of the March of Dimes. The breakfast will be held November 14 at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in White Plains.

The annual breakfast honors outstanding individuals and companies whose commercial real estate activities have significantly enhanced the community.

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Ashley Furniture signs into Seacourt Pavilion

BY Michael Fickes

Toms River, N.J. — Ashley Furniture has leased 34,097 sq. ft. at Seacourt Pavilion in Toms River, N.J. The new store is slated to open in April 2014. Metro Commercial Real Estate represented the owner, SP Acquisition Associations.

Ashley Furniture is the top selling furniture store brand in the world and the top retailer of furniture and bedding in the U.S. The company’s stores operate throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Central America and Japan.

With this transaction, Metro Commercial has brought three anchors to Seacourt, which is now 96% occupied.

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