REAL ESTATE

Weitzman names VP

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Dallas — The Commercial Retail Division of The Weitzman Group said that David Zoller has been promoted to the position of VP.

Zoller is focused on investment sales and retail project leasing, as well as tenant representation for a select group of retailers, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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Sutton announces new hire

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Syracuse, N.Y. — Sutton Real Estate Co. announced that Larry J. Socia, has joined the company as retail director.

Socia’s focus will be expanding the client representation business, seeking new business opportunities and overseeing existing retail real estate services.

Socia was previously retail division director for the Cushman & Wakefield Strategic Alliance Partner in Upstate New York.

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TJ Maxx to open Wall Street store

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New York City — Winick Realty Group said that TJ Maxx has leased its first Wall Street location, in the heart of New York City’s Financial District.

The 32,000-sq.-ft. store, which spans two lower levels at 14 Wall Street on the corner of Broad Street, is slated to open in October.

“This space had never been used for retail before,” said Darrell Rubens, senior managing director at Winick Realty Group LLC, making TJ Maxx the first national brand retailer to move into the heart of FiDi. “I believe that other national tenants will follow TJ Maxx’s lead and begin to see that FiDi is a viable market for them,” added Rubens.

The new store is planned with unprecedented frontage that can be seen not only throughout the neighborhood but from the New York Stock Exchange.

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