New tenants to open at The Shoppes at Hamilton
Hamilton, N.J. Columbus, Ohio-based Stanbery Development announced that a lineup of new tenants will be opening at the company’s The Shoppes at Hamilton in Hamilton, N.J.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream and Nathan’s Famous, Gallery Direct and Spa San Marco will open late this month. Cheeburger Cheeburger and Bok Bok Fresh will open this summer.
Bruster’s and Nathan’s 2500 sq. ft. combine a Bruster’s Real Ice Cream Shop. Gallery Direct will occupy 4,500 sq. ft., and Spa San Marco will occupy 7,800 sq. ft.
Bok Bok Fresh will open a 3,000-sq.-ft. restaurant and Cheeburger Cheeburger will open in 2,400 sq. ft.
The 153,000-sq. ft. Shoppes at Hamilton also features Anytime Fitness, Banana Republic, Chico’s, The Children’s Place, Gymboree, Jos. A. Bank, Rack Room Shoes and White House Black Market.
7-Eleven sets strategy to fortify Las Vegas real estate position
Dallas 7-Eleven said Tuesday it has partnered with NAI Corporate Real Estate Services in the Las Vegas market as part of the chain’s efforts to build its presence in the area.
7-Eleven currently operates more than 160 stores in Clark County (Las Vegas). It engaged Salt Lake City-based NAI CRES as its exclusive broker for new store growth, site selection, acquisitions, dispositions and other real estate needs.
In addition to ground-up development and acquisitions, the company’s plans call for the franchise conversions of other retail outlets to 7-Eleven stores. 7-Eleven said plans to remodel some existing operations, creating more franchise and other business opportunities.
NAI CRES also is providing real estate services for 7-Eleven in Salt Lake City and in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
7-Eleven operates, franchises and licenses close to 6,450 stores in the United States under the 7-Eleven brand.
True Religion to open in London
Los Angeles True Religion Apparel said it is set to open its first store in the United Kingdom with a location in London, according to a Monday report by Los Angeles Business.
The 1,507-sq.-ft. store will be located at 27 James Street in London’s Covent Garden shopping district, which already has retail outlets for Mulberry, Hugo Boss, Paul Smith, All Saints, Ted Baker, Karen Millen and Diesel.
“London is a strong market for our brand and the ideal city to debut a True Religion branded store in the United Kingdom. Based on the growing worldwide demand for our merchandise, we see tremendous upside to our international business,” Michael Buckley, president of True Religion, said in a statement.
The London store, set to open in June, is part of the company’s focus on international expansion. The company will open stores in Tokyo and Toronto this year as well.