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The Goldstein Group announces leasing of 20,000 sq. ft. of space in New Providence

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The Village Shopping Center in New Providence.
The Village Shopping Center in New Providence. - (The Goldstein Group)

The Goldstein Group announced Monday that a combined total of nearly 20,000 square feet has been leased at Village Shopping Center in New Providence, with eight different transactions.

“Under the new ownership of UB New Providence LLC, the Village Shopping Center has attracted highly desirable tenants, both on a national chain level and strong performing independent businesses. In recent years, the plaza underwent a series of renovations that vastly increased the leasability of the center,” Chuck Lanyard, president of The Goldstein Group, said in a statement. “This location is a prime retail site in a highly affluent marketplace.”

C.J. Huter, vice president, and Lanyard represented the owner in the following transactions:

  • Starbucks leased a 2,200-square-foot space.
  • Chipotle, leased a 2,500-square-foot space.
  • Choice Pets, a natural, organic and holistic foods for pets store, leased a 2,800-square-foot space.
  • AT&T, leased 1,700 square feet/
  • Dim Sum Villa, a family-wned Chinese restaurant, leased 3,570 square feet of space.

Prior recent transactions by the company include:

  • Bacci Restaurant, an Italian and brick oven pizzeria, signed a 2,561-square-foot space.
  • Smashburger signed a lease for 2,500 square feet.
  • Elements Massage, a specialist in therapeutic massages, signed a 1,825-square-foot space.

“This is a great location in a high demand marketplace. National retailers like Starbucks, Chipotle and AT&T all recognized the strategic location of this shopping center,” Lanyard said.

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