REAL ESTATE

LandMark Retail Group partners with Accubranch

BY Staff Writer

Woodland Hills, Calif. — LandMark Retail Group, a subsidiary of NewMark Merrill Cos., has partnered with Accubranch, a strategic planning and market research group that specializes in providing real estate advice to the regional banking industry.

“Our partnership with Accubranch expands LandMark Retail Group’s services, providing in-depth analytical data and market research utilized by national retailers together with industry specific data to local regional and community banks that may not otherwise have these essential tools,” said Jeremy Just, principal, CEO, LandMark Retail Group. "The sophisticated research provided by Accubranch combined with LandMark’s market knowledge and experience acquiring and delivering high traffic sites in densely populated markets allows us to provide complete real estate strategy and growth solutions to our clients."

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Jones Lang LaSalle to manage Century III Mall

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West Mifflin, Pa. — Atlanta-based Jones Lang LaSalle announced that it was named as the property and leasing manager for Century III Mall, a 1.2 million-sq.-ft. regional shopping and retail center located in West Mifflin, Pa., near Pittsburgh.

The mall houses more than 100 retail shops, anchored by Macy’s, J.C. Penney, Sears and Dick’s Sporting Goods.

The property will maintain its current management team led by General Manager Gina Mercorelli along with the dedicated support of a regional team within Jones Lange LaSalle’s Retail Group.

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The Fresh Market to debut in New Orleans

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New Orleans — Covington, La.-based Stirling Properties announced that The Fresh Market is coming to New Orleans. The retailer will lease the 24,000 sq.-ft., two-story building on St. Charles Avenue, in the city’s Garden District, which was previously occupied by Borders.

This location will be The Fresh Market’s fourth in Louisiana with stores already in Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Mandeville.

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