REAL ESTATE

Kohl’s opens at Killingly Plaza

BY Staff Writer

Killingly, Conn. — Brixmor Property Group announced that Kohl’s has opened a new store at Killingly Plaza, located in Killingly, Conn.

Kohl’s will take 55,068 renovated sq. ft. of the 66,000-sq.-ft. center, which was previously home to Stop & Shop and a Blockbuster video store.

Brixmor, based in New York City, is the owner of Killingly Plaza.

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Ashley Furniture, Pet Supplies Plus to open at Fairlawn Town Centre

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Fairlawn, Ohio — Charter Realty & Development announced it has arranged — in conjunction with Julius Feinblum Real Estate — for a 27,587-sq.-ft. lease for Ashley Furniture and an 11,284-sq.-ft. lease for Pet Supplies Plus in the Fairlawn Town Centre in Fairlawn, Ohio.

The shopping center is anchored by Target, Home Goods, Giant Eagle, Marc’s and USPS.

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Jamestown acquires 799 Market Street

BY Katherine Boccaccio

San Francisco — Real estate investment and management firm Jamestown said Wednesday it has acquired 799 Market Street, a 142,902-sq.-ft. mixed-use development in downtown San Francisco.

The eight-story urban retail and office building includes five floors of creative office space atop 55,000 sq. ft. of retail, currently 100% occupied by a Ross Dress for Less flagship store, one of the five highest performing Ross stores in the nation.

“The acquisition of this asset is part of our ongoing strategy to expand Jamestown’s presence on the West Coast, and furthers our commitment to locations that support the intersection of media, technology and retail,” said Jamestown COO Michael Phillips.

Jamestown currently owns two other properties in Northern California, a neighboring mixed-use property consisting of two buildings at 22 Fourth Street and 801 Market, as well as an open-air regional shopping center with approximately 594,000 sq. ft. in Alameda.

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