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Shoe Lab opens at Janss Marketplace

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Thousand Oaks, Calif. –Shoe repair store Shoe Lab has opened at Janss Marketplace, in Thousand Oaks, Calif., joining tenants such as Burlington Coat Factory, Marshalls, Buca di Beppo, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Panera Bread, Gold’s Gym, Old Navy, Mann Theaters, and TGI Friday’s.

Janss Marketplace is managed by NewMark Merrill Cos., LLC.

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Kite Realty announces several leases

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Indianapolis –Kite Realty Group said that Dibella’s Subs will join Traders Point II shopping center, in Indianapolis, with a 3,200-sq.-ft. Indiana debut. The 447,507-sq.-ft. center is anchored by Bed Bath & Beyond, Books-A-Million, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Marsh Supermarket, Michael’s, Old Navy, Petsmart and AMC Theatre.

At Cool Creek Commons in Carmel, Ind., Kite leased 5,554 sq. ft. to Boom Bozz Pizza & Tap House, which will open its first location in Indiana.

Cool Creek Commons has a total GLA of 132,759 sq. ft. and is anchored by Fresh Market and Stein Mart.

And at Geist Pavilion, in Fishers, Ind., Kite leased 15,075 sq. ft. to Goodwill Industries of Central, Inc., which will join Ace Hardware and Cardinal Fitness at the center.

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Baker Katz completes sale of former Harolds building

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Houston –Baker Katz, X Team International partner and full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm in Houston, said it has completed the sale of one of Houston’s modern landmark properties formerly occupied by a men’s fine clothing retailer.

The 14,000-sq.-ft. building was sold to Braun Enterprises for an undisclosed amount. It had been occupied for more than 61 years by Harolds, one of the area’s most well known men’s fine clothing retailers until the retailer closed its doors in August.

Baker Katz represented the sellers of the building, the Wiesenthal family who also owned Harolds, while the buyer was self-represented.

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