Planet Fitness to open at Meadowbrook Mall
Bridgeport, W.Va. — Youngstown, Ohio-based Cafaro Co. announced that Planet Fitness will open a new gym at the company’s Meadowbrook Mall, located in Bridgeport, W.Va.
The 23,000-sq.-ft. facility is slated to open in September, in a space currently occupied by High Point Furniture.
The Meadowbrook Mall Complex, at nearly one million sq. ft., is anchored by Elder-Beerman, J.C. Penney, Target, Sears and Marshalls.
Marcus & Millichap names National Retail Group appointments
Encino, Calif. — Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services announced a number of appointments within its National Retail Group offices around the country.
Joel M. Dumes has been named director of the firm’s National Retail Group in Cincinnati; Dumes is currently VP investments for the company.
Scott J. Wiles, a seven-year veteran of the company, was named director of the firm’s National Retail Group in Cleveland, and Erin E. Patton is now director of the National Retail Group in Columbus, Ohio.
Michael J. Marks, Evan L. Halkias and Scott A. Niedergang have been named directors of Marcus & Millichap’s National Retail Group in Chicago, and Gino Lollio has been named associate director. Marks, Halkias and Niedergang were formerly associate directors and Lollio was previously a member.
John J. Godwin and Paul E. Kerber have been appointed senior directors in the firm’s National Retail Group in Detroit.
Jones Lang LaSalle names team to expand services in New York
Atlanta — Jones Lang LaSalle announced it has hired Paul Berkman, Craig Slosberg, Davie Berke and Justin Haber in New York. The retail brokers will head the expansion of the firm’s retail tenant representation services in Manhattan.
“Jones Lang LaSalle is committed to boosting its retail capabilities throughout the country, and Paul, Craig, Davie and Justin are the exact fit we need to enhance our New York retail operation,” said Greg Maloney, president and CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle Retail, Atlanta. “With so many national and global retailers competing for Manhattan retail space, it was crucial for us to expand our ability in that arena to serve their needs. Their expertise will also enable us to provide a much broader suite of retail services to building owners throughout the New York region.”
Nationally, Jones Lang LaSalle Retail has a third-party portfolio of nearly 100 million sq. ft. of space and offers services including accounting, development and construction, leasing and specialty leasing services, property management, receivership services and tenant representation services.