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Social Apparel to open 34th Street location

BY Staff Writer

New York — Winick Realty Group said that women’s formal wear brand Social Apparel, with locations in four New York malls, has leased its first freestanding location at 255 West 34th Street, located between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in Manhattan’s Garment District.

The store includes 1,760 sq. ft. on the ground floor, 1,276 sq. ft. on the mezzanine and 1,540 sq. ft. in the basement.

Social Apparel currently has a store in the nearby Manhattan Mall, as well as Queens Center, Palisades Center and The Galleria at White Plains. They plan to open their 255 West 34th Street store in April 2013.

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Apr-10-2013 07:01 pm

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The general merchandise stores will average 135,000 sq. ft., and will feature the discounter’s expanded grocery concept. chatrandom

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The general merchandise stores will average 135,000 sq. ft., and will feature the discounter’s expanded grocery concept. chatrandom

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Fresh Market to open at One Loudoun

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Ashburn, Va. — Miller and Smith, along with JV partner North America Sekisui House, said Tuesday that The Fresh Market will open a new store at One Loudoun, in Loudoun County, Va.

The 23,000-sq.-ft. specialty grocer will break ground in January 2013 and is slated to open fall 2013.

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Walgreens to open on New Orleans Westbank

BY Staff Writer

Covington, La. — Stirling Properties said Tuesday it plans to develop a full-service Walgreens drug store in Terrytown, La., on the Westbank of New Orleans.

The proposed Walgreens, which will be a relocation of an existing nearby store, will be located on the site of a former A&P Grocery/Eckerd Drug-anchored shopping center.

The larger 17,384-sq.-ft. store will have a drive thru window and full service pharmacy and will serve as a catalyst for future development to help revitalize an aging retail corridor. Construction on the Terrytown store is slated to begin in April and open in the fourth quarter of 2013. Stirling is providing pre-development services, including lease negotiation, permitting, financing, design, as well as construction and project management.

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