Whole Foods to Mayfair in Wauwatosa, Wis.
Chicago, Ill. — Whole Foods Market has signed a 45,150-sq.-ft. lease to anchor the second phase of The Mayfair Collection, a large-scale, mixed-use development in Wauwatosa, Wis. It will be the specialty grocer’s second store in the Milwaukee metropolitan area.
Plans for the second phase of the center also include approximately 50,000 sq. ft. of junior anchor retail space, a mix of upscale bars and restaurants, a bank branch and a 140-room hotel.
HSA Commercial Real Estate, which owns, manages and leases the property, plans to break ground on the second phase this spring with a planned opening for Whole Foods early in 2016.
Phase I of The Mayfair Collection adaptively repurposed functionally obsolete warehouse buildings along Highway 45 into new, contemporary retail environments to be occupied by Nordstrom Rack, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Old Navy, Ulta Beauty and others. The grand opening for Phase I is scheduled for April 3. Proposed future phases of the center include multifamily, office and medical facilities.
TOA Architects is the project architect and Premier Design + Build is the general contractor for the first two phases.
Panera Bread to N. Canton, Ohio, Hoover District
North Canton, Ohio — Construction of a new Panera Bread will get underway this spring in the Hoover District of North Canton, Ohio. The first retail establishment in the Hoover District, the restaurant plans to open this fall.
Being developed by Industrial Realty Group, the Hoover District is a mixed-use redevelopment envisioned as a live-work-play environment.
According to IRG, when construction is completed in 2015, the 1.4-million-sq.-ft. development will feature 145 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, covered parking, office and industrial space and retail shops and restaurants.
Gourmet Garage to sixth Manhattan location
New York City — Gourmet Garage, an upscale market with five Manhattan locations, has signed a lease for a sixth Manhattan location at Collect Pond House, a co-op building at 366 Broadway.
The market will occupy approximately 6,435 sq. ft. on the ground floor and 3,510 sq. ft. in the lower level. An additional 910 sq. ft. in the mezzanine will provide seating.
“366 Broadway sits at the apex of SoHo, Tribeca and the Financial District, and this area is currently in transition as many of the buildings on Broadway go through residential conversions,” said Darrell Rubens, executive VP of Winick Realty Group (www.winick.com), which represented the co-op board at Collect Pond House in the transaction.
Shopping Center Group and Vision Property Group LLC represented Gourmet Garage.