Mulberry to debut in SoHo
New York City — Robert K. Futterman & Associates said it has arranged a long-term, 10,700-sq.-ft. lease with Mulberry at 134 Spring St., between Greene and Wooster Streets in SoHo.
The store will serve as the British lifestyle brand’s flagship location in New York City and will be its third store in Manhattan. Scheduled to open in the summer, Mulberry will occupy 5,700 sq. ft. of ground-floor retail and 5,000 on the lower level and will sell ready-to-wear in addition to accessories.
Chanel recently occupied the space while its permanent location at 139 Spring St. underwent renovations, and The Rug Co. has a retail space at the property as well.
T.J. Maxx to open at Lagniappe Village
New Iberia, La. — Centro Properties Group said that T.J. Maxx will open a 24,035-sq.-ft. store at Lagniappe Village, in New Iberia, La.
New York City-based Centro is the owner of Lagniappe Village.
Carmike Cinemas signs lease at Upland Square
West Pottsgrove, Pa. — Plymouth Meeting, Pa.-based Fameco Real Estate, L.P. said that Carmike Cinemas has signed a lease for an approximately 46,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art multi-screen movie theater to be located in the Upland Square Shopping Center, in West Pottsgrove, Pa.
Carmike Cinema’s lease signing at Upland Square cements the final anchor position at the center. Built in 2008 by a joint venture comprised of Cedar Shopping Centers and Tristate Ventures, L.P., Upland Square is anchored by Target, Giant, Best Buy, Staples, LA Fitness, Bed Bath & Beyond, Petco, TJ Maxx, and AC Moore.
Construction is expected to begin in March and the grand opening is expected in the fall.