Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has completed the sale of Simsbury Commons on behalf of EDENS to PAG Investments. The sale price was not disclosed.East Lyme, CT
According to Gateway Development/East Lyme, LLC (GDEL), a joint venture between affiliates of KGI Properties of Providence, RI and The Simon Konover Co. (TSKC) of West Hartford, Conn., the 158,000 s/f Costco membership clubMilford, CT
John Bergin of Pearce Real Estate has closed on the sale of a local restaurant, Rainbow Gardens and Bar.Boston MA
WS Development and the Seaport has introduced a new winter entertainment destination in Boston: Snowport Winter Village in Partnership with Fjällräven and Capital One Café. The facility debuted December 5th
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JLL has closed the $19.525 million sale of a 79,300 s/f Stop & Shop-anchored shopping center. JLL represented the seller, KPR. The buyer, RK Centers, based in Needham, Mass., is a privately held, family-ownedFramingham, MA
Atlantic Investments completed the $12.9 million sale of a 45,769 s/f condominium interest in the Framingham Mall to R.K. Framingham, LLC (RK Centers). Representing the seller, Target Corp., Atlantic also procured R.K.
As we continue to write obits for major retailers – among them ToysRUs, Kmart and dozens of others – I think we can officially announce the death of retail, as we know it. Even the most conservative form of retail shopping – grocery – is beNashua, NH
According to Summit Realty Partners, Inc., 493-495 Amherst St. has reached full occupancy. This 32,013 s/f retail strip center situated on 3.89 acres is located at the lighted intersection of Amherst St. (101A) and Thornton Rd. This center features a diverse tenant mix including restaurants, banking, fitness and daily needs.
The holidays are in full swing, and what does that mean for marketers? Pull out all the stops, and de-mallify the mall. Although malls were once the center of shopping and gathering, the word now often conjures up the recent narrative of the retail apocalypse. Business at the country’s 1,100 shopping
If there’s one thing we all learned this year in retail real estate, it’s to incorporate more experiential retail into our centers. But when envisioning the holidays, think about experiential beyond the immediate bricks and mortar store, think shopping center-wide. Tom McGee, president and CEO of ICSC told Connect CRE publication their survey forecasts 90% of Americans to shop in-store for holiday gifts.