Cushman & Wakefield’s New Jersey retail practice announced it has inked six Bergen County leases involving restaurants and personal services tenants.
Totaling more than 15,000 square feet, the transactions in Englewood, East Rutherford, Paramus, Rutherford, Westwood and Saddle Brook involve commitments by brands new to, and expanding in, the local market.
Among the deals, the Cushman & Wakefield’s team of David Townes and Alana Friedman represented Secaucus-based Glenmore Management in securing a 5,500-square-foot space to Dulce De Leche in downtown Englewood. Colliers International represented the tenant in that transaction.
The team also represented Krispy Kreme in a 3,200-square-foot commitment in East Rutherford. In Paramus, Townes and Friedman represented Firenza Pizza in a 2,000-square-foot lease at Paramus Crossroads, with Jamie Sackheim and Vicki Ezra from The Dartmouth Co. serving as landlord brokers.
Additionally, the team served as landlord and tenant representative in The Empanada Shop’s recent lease in Rutherford. The 1,400-square-foot, downtown restaurant marks the growing chain’s second in Bergen County.
To that end, Townes and Friedman, exclusive leasing agents for 110 Market Street, a newly developed shopping center in Saddle Brook, recently secured a commitment with Moxie Blow Dry and Beauty Bar. The 1,800-square-foot lease marks the fifth Bergen County location for the growing northern New Jersey chain.
There are two spaces remaining available in Saddle Brook, and ownership is seeking unique restaurant concepts for these spaces, Cushman said.
In Westwood, Friedman represented Muah Makeup & Lash Bar in a direct, 1,650-square-foot lease with The Hampshire Cos. at 180 Westwood Ave. Friedman helped to relocate the local business within the downtown area.