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Onyx Equities completes eight leases, totaling about 20,000 sq. ft. at retail property in Livingston

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Livingston is one hot town for leasing activity, according to Onyx Equities, the Woodbridge-based leading private real estate investment, development and management firm.

The firm announced Friday that at the Livingston Town Center, a 65,780-square-foot mixed-use shopping center located at the crossroads of North Livingston and East Mount Pleasant avenues, there’s been a flurry of leasing activity.

The activity, totaling eight leases and approximately 20,000 square feet, is as follows:

Anthony Coal Fired Pizza leased 3,253 square feet of space. Justin Korinis, assistant director at Studley, represented the tenant.

An experimental learning and physical development center for children, Little Gym, leased 3,871 square feet of space.  Randee Stolar, vice president and sales associate at Hopkins, Sampson & Brown, represented the tenant.

Yamaha Music, a musical instrument manufacturer and retailer, leased 1,194 square feet.  Stolar represented the tenant.

Frozen yogurt chain store, 16 Handles, leased 1,209 square feet.  Frank Greco, Studley managing director, represented the tenant.

Chocolate works, an assorted chocolate store, signed 2,034 square feet.  Matthew Flath, a vice president at The Goldstein Group, represented the tenant.

Keller Williams Realty, the largest real estate franchise company in the nation, leased 3,244 square feet.  Sander Lefkowitz, director of Keller Williams Realty Livingston, represented the tenant.

A popular nail salon, Elite Nails, lease 3,068 square feet.  Ryan Glastein, sales associate at The Goldstein Group, represented the tenant.

7-Eleven leased 2,463 square feet.  Lew Finkelstein, executive vice president at The Goldstein Group, represented the tenant.

“Since acquiring Livingston Town Center approximately two years ago, Onyx and joint venture partner Lubert-Alder have repositioned the property by implementing a number of upgrades to improve traffic flow, image and shoppers’ experiences,” said Joel Dicker, Onyx Equities’ senior vice president of retail leasing and development.

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