R.J. Brunelli announced Tuesday the recent completion of a series of leases that will introduce national and local retailers and service providers to sites in New Jersey and New York City.
In its role as Dollar Tree’s exclusive real estate representative statewide, R.J. Brunelli brokered four additional leases for sites in the Garden State. In the central region, Dollar Tree is expected to open this July in a 15,000-square-foot inline unit at Linden Square Shopping Center located on W. Saint Georges Ave. in Linden.
Elsewhere in the state, leases were signed that are projected to bring Dollar Tree to locations in Deptford in September, and Hamilton and Denville in October 2019.
In the Hamilton transaction, co-brokered by Metro Commercial, Dollar Tree signed for a 9,764-square-foot inline space at Hamilton Plaza, a 151,000-square-foot center located on White Horse Pike and Kuser Road.
The Denville lease, co-brokered by Bill Schlossman of Castle Real Estate Services, will bring Dollar Tree to a 9,600-square-foot inline space at 559 East Main Street, adjacent to the New Jersey Transit Station.
Finally, in Deptford, a lease was signed for a 10,000-square-foot location in an outparcel building shared by Auto Zone. Home Depot anchors the property, which is located at 1360 Hurffville Road. The Deptford lease was co-brokered by Keith Seymour of Equity Retail Brokers.
All of the Dollar Tree leases were brokered by Danielle Brunelli, president and principal of the Old Bridge-based firm.
In another major transaction, Brunelli represented the landlord on the lease that brought decor chain Homesense to the Manalapan EpiCentre on Rte. 9 South in Monmouth County. The growing TJX Cos. brand opened in late-February in a 29,000- square-foot space, taking the majority of the property’s former Sports Authority store. Brunelli noted the 17,600-square-foot balance of the defunct chain’s location is the only space available at the 460,000-square-foot power center, whose other anchors include Target, Wegman’s, Marshall’s, Home Goods, and PC Richard and Sons.
Elsewhere in Middlesex County, Brunelli represented the landlord on a lease with Supreme Barber for a 1,080-square-foot inline space at Browntown Shopping Center on Route 516 in Old Bridge. The firm is exclusive leasing agent for the 84,895-square-foot center, which is anchored by tenants including Walgreens.
In Passaic County, the firm represented the landlord of The Parke at Hamburg on a lease that will bring Learning Care Group’s Everbrook Academy to a new, 12,850-square-foot freestanding building. A spring 2020 opening is anticipated at the 48,350-square-foot center located on Hamburg Turnpike in Wayne. The firm serves as the exclusive leasing agent for the supermarket-anchored property. R.J. Brunelli Investment Sales Specialist Mario Brunelli co-brokered the deal with Vicki Ezra of The Dartmouth Co.
In Mercer County, Allstate Insurance recently opened in a 1,620-square-foot inline space at Jersey Strong Plaza on Route 130 in Robbinsville. The transaction was brokered by Senior Sales Associate Alan Gott, who represented the tenant and landlord. R.J. Brunelli is exclusive leasing agent for the 67,000-square-foot property.
Finally, in New York City, as previously reported, sales associate David Singer signed women’s fashion boutique Twenty5A to its first Manhattan location at 1630 Second Ave. In addition, Singer brokered a lease that will bring Duozo, a new Omakase sushi concept from chef Koji Kagawa, to a 1,560-square-foot corner location at 63 Delancey St. He also brokered the lease for Retro Coffee to occupy 730 square feet at 134 E. 17th St. The café and bakery is expected to open in early summer in the space formerly occupied by Tone Café.