RWJ Visiting Nurses leases space at The Shoppes at North Brunswick
North Brunswick, N.J. The Robert Wood Johnson Visiting Nurses has opened an office at The Shoppes at North Brunswick, Stanbery Development, the mixed-use project’s owner/developer, said Thursday.
The association occupies 2,500 sq. ft. on the second level of the center located in North Brunswick, N.J. It is The Shoppes’ third office tenant, joining PSI Services and Remax at the 150,000-sq.-ft. complex.
RWJVN is a joint venture between Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and the Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey. “We’re delighted to welcome such an important service provider to The Shoppes,” said Ray Brunt, a Stanbery partner. “Their work is critical to every community, and North Brunswick is no exception.”
The Shoppes at North Brunswick, owned and operated by Columbus, Ohio-based Stanbery Development, is tenanted by Aeropostale, p.s. by Aeropostale, Ann Taylor Loft, Anthropologie, Banana Republic, Bandolino, Chico’s, Starbucks, and Yankee Candle Co., among others.
Colliers names exec
Boston Colliers Investment Services Group said Wednesday that Tom Lagos, senior VP in the company’s Retail Services Group, has joined Colliers’ national team of investment specialists in Boston.
Lagos currently leads Colliers Retail Services division in the Greater Los Angeles Basin. His group specializes in representing owners of shopping centers such as grocery-anchored centers, power centers, community shopping centers and single-tenant retail properties.
Planet Fitness, Wit or Witout Cheesesteaks to open in Red Lion Plaza
Philadelphia Onyx Equities LLC said Wednesday that it has fully leased the 224,269-sq.-ft. Red Lion Plaza, located in Philadelphia, following the completion of two new lease transactions with Planet Fitness and Wit or Witout Cheesesteaks.
The two leases totaled 30,258 sq. ft.
The shopping center’s key anchor tenants include American Signature Furniture, Best Buy, Staples and Pep Boys.