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SoulCycle inks lease at expanding Long Island center

BY Michael Fickes

Woodbury, N.Y. — SoulCycle has taken 3,000 sq. ft. of new space at the expanding Woodbury Common Shopping Center in Woodbury on Long Island, said Charter Realty & Development Corp., who represented SoulCycle.

Owned and managed by Kabro Associates, the 85,000-sq.-ft. Woodbury Common is undergoing a 30,000-sq.-ft. expansion that will add parking, amenities and new facades.

Fresh Market will take 20,000 sq. ft. of the new space.

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Cypress Equities acquires regional center in Portland

BY Michael Fickes

Dallas — Cypress Equities Real Estate Investment Management has announced the acquisition of Lloyd Center in Portland, Ore. The enclosed, three-level 1,478,000-sq.-ft. regional shopping center is located near downtown close to the Convention Center, Rose Garden Arena and Memorial Coliseum.

Lloyd Center offers six anchor stores, more than 180 specialty shops, a 900-seat food court, full-service restaurants, an indoor ice-skating rink and an eight-screen movie theater, said Cypress Equities. The overall trade area includes one million residents. Nearly 36,000 employees work within a one-mile radius of the center.

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Solar-powered Eco Gym to Chicago’s North Shore

BY Michael Fickes

Glenview, Ill. — Eco Gym will open an 8,300-sq.-ft. solar- and human-powered health club at Glenbrook Market Place in Glenview, Ill., a North Shore suburb of Chicago, according to Mid-America Asset Management Inc., the landlord’s representative.

The fitness center, Eco Gym’s second, will use a combination of human kinetic power and solar power to generate electricity for its equipment. As members use the equipment, they generate more power to the central power grid, which lowers monthly dues.

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