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    The Goldstein Group, a Paramus-based commercial real estate brokerage, reported several recent transactions Monday.

    These retail leases include:

    • Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet, 12,000 square feet, Hawthorne;
    • Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet, 10,000 square feet, Brick;
    • Quaker Steak & Lube Restaurant, 7,500 square feet, Edison;
    • Buddy’s Small Lots, 6,500 square feet, Marlboro;
    • Buffalo Wild Wings, 5,995 square feet, Parsippany;
    • Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, 3,250 square feet, Livingston;
    • Noodles & Company, 3,000 square feet, Fair Lawn;
    • 7-Eleven, 2,500 square feet, Livingston;
    • AAA, 2,500 square feet, West Caldwell;
    • Weight Watchers, 2,500 square feet, West Caldwell;
    • Dunkin Donuts, 2,150 square feet, Rutherford;
    • Chocolate Works, 2,100 square feet, Livingston;
    • T-Mobile, 2,000 square feet, Jersey City;

    “We are very encouraged by all the increased leasing activity that has occurred by so many tenants,” Chuck Lanyard, president of The Goldstein Group, said in a statement. “It is a good sign for our New Jersey economy as it continues to improve and, along with consumer confidence improving, we will continue to see the retail vacancy rates declining at a good pace.”


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