The Goldstein Group announced Monday it had brokered two Hobby Lobby deals recently as the arts-and-crafts chain continues to expand its presence in New Jersey.
The Paramus-based commercial real estate brokerage firm said it has placed Hobby Lobby stores in Lawrenceville and Totowa recently. In Lawrenceville, Goldstein Group President Chuck Lanyard and sales associate Rich Slater, as well as David Osterhus of the Keith Organization, represented Hobby Lobby as it filled 42,000 square feet of space on Route 1. In Totowa, Lanyard and Osterhus represented Hobby Lobby as it filled 50,000 square feet of space on Route 46.
The Totowa location was the site of a protest in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision siding with Hobby Lobby in an Affordable Care Act case.
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