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Saint Petersburg Global signs for first Manhattan store

BY Michael Fickes

New York — Saint Petersburg Global Trade House, the oldest Russian book, music video, toy and souvenir retailer in the United States, has signed a lease for its first Manhattan location — in the NoMad neighborhood, according to Winick Realty Group, which represented the retailer.

The 10-year lease includes a 1,051-sq.-ft. ground floor and a 653-sp.-ft. mezzanine. The landlord, an entity owned and managed under a partnership controlled by The Feil Organization, was represented in-house.

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Togo’s grows into Utah with six new restaurants

BY Michael Fickes

San Jose, Calif. — Togo’s Eateries has announced a multi-unit franchise agreement in Utah. Six new franchised restaurants will open in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area beginning in first quarter 2014. The agreement accompanies Togo’s commitment to grow from 250 to 400 restaurants.

Togo’s average unit sales exceed $633,000 with more than half of the restaurants averaging over $799,000.

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Foot Locker acquires Runners Point Group in Germany

BY Michael Fickes

New York — Foot Locker has completed the acquisition of Runners Point Group, a specialty athletic store and online retailer based in Recklinghausen, Germany.

With 200 stores located principally in Germany under the Runners Point and Sidestep banners and online business, Runners Point Group will boost Foot Locker’s European store count to 800 and add $254 million to the company’s European revenues of more than $1 billion.

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