The Dallas, Texas-based franchise inked a 2,200-square-foot lease at Capitol Plaza in Ewing with LMC’s Andrea Kyriacou serving as landlord representative and JLL’s Marta Villa acting as tenant broker.
Wingstop also leased space at Morrell Plaza in Philadelphia. LMC’s Sidney Singer served as leasing agent for the property in that 1,650-square-foot transaction, with David Dunkelman from Soloff Realty & Development Inc. representing Wingstop.
According to Stephanie Harris, LMC vice president of leasing, the Wingstop signings reflect continued momentum in the fast-casual dining segment. “The last several years have seen an influx of dining-tenant leasing at LMC properties and nationwide,” she said. “Fast-casual concepts remain among the strongest players in the restaurant business today. Chains like Wingstop that offer a more direct focus in terms of cuisine – and where food is cooked to order using high-quality ingredients – have proven particularly successful at engaging consumers.”