SRS hires first VP in Tampa, Fla.
Dallas — SRS Real Estate Partners welcomes T. Michael McNamara as first VP in the Tampa, Fla., office. A seasoned commercial real estate veteran with 23 years of experience, he will focus on tenant representation, landlord representation and land brokerage services across Tampa Bay and Central Florida.
McNamara comes to SRS from Sperry Van Ness where he was a senior advisor specializing in the sale and leasing of retail, office and industrial properties in the Sarasota, Orlando and Tampa Ba markets.
TJMaxx to Brass Mill Commons in Waterbury, Conn.
New York — TJMaxx has signed a lease at the Brass Mill Commons in Waterbury, Conn., according to Charter Realty and Development, TJMaxx’s representative in the negotiations.
The new TJ Maxx store will be 22,889 sq. ft. and the 26th deal that Charter has leased to TJX. TJMaxx is a division of TJX, which also owns Marshall’s and HomeGoods.
Brass Mill Commons is a 216,000-sq.-ft. power center owned by General Growth Properties. Anchors include Michael’s, Office Max, Toys “R” Us and Save-A-Lot. It is located adjacent to Brass Mill Center, 1,202,000-sq.-ft. regional mall also owned by General Growth. Mall anchors are Macy’s, J.C. Penney, Sears and Burlington Coat Factory.
Brazilian steakhouse signs into Louisville center
Louisville, Ky. — Brazeiros Churrascaria, a traditional Brazilian steakhouse will open its doors at Fourth Street Live! in Louisville early next year. The restaurant will occupy more than 6,000 sq. ft. and employ approximately 85.
Brazeiros is an authentic churrascaria, which means steakhouse, and churrasco is a gaucho’s traditional way of cooking meats.
Developed by the Cordish Companies in partnership with the City of Louisville and the State of Kentucky, Fourth Street Live! is a $75 million, entertainment, retail, and office district. Drawing more than 4.5 million visitors per year, Fourth Street Live! is the most visited attraction in the state. Across the street from the Kentucky International Convention Center, it is within walking distance of the new KFC Yum!, Center arena, 64,000 office workers and Louisville’s cultural, sports and hotel venues.