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Romo Italian Designers to open at Crossing Shopping Village

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Miami Beach, Fla. — Terranova Corp. said that men’s fashion retailer Romo Italian Designers will open a 1,020-sq.-ft. store at the Crossing Shopping Village, in Miami.

The location is a first for the retailer under the Romo Italian Designers banner. The store is slated to open by the end of August.

The Crossings Shopping Village is anchored by Publix, and tenanted by CVS, Blockbuster Video and Chicken Kitchen.

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Metro Commercial inks 7 Lumber Liquidator deals

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Mount Laurel, N.J. — As part of its exclusive national representation of Lumber Liquidators, Metro Commercial announced that it has brokered seven leases totaling nearly 46,000 sq. ft.

In Georgia, an 8,468-sq.-ft. store in Kennesaw Landing and a 6,000-sq.-ft. store in Newnan opened in July. A 10,151-sq.-ft. store in West Allis, Wis., recently opened, as did a 5,200-sq.-ft. store at Palmetto Palms Business Park in Miami. A second Florida location opened in St. Petersburg earlier this year.

In Pennsylvania, a 4,321-sq.-ft. store in Chambersburg is scheduled to open in September. In New York, a 5,820-sq.-ft. store will open at Johnson City Town Center in Johnson City in September.

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Tuesday Morning to open at Rio Grande Plaza

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Rio Grande, N.J. — Centro Properties Group US said that Tuesday Morning will open an 8,094-sq.-ft. store at Rio Grande Plaza, located in Rio Grande, N.J.

Centro Properties Group, based in New York City, is the owner of Rio Grande Plaza.

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