Retail

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NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Marcus & Millichap has brokered the $18.8 million sale of The Shoppes at Montague Corners, a retail center located at 5060 Dorchester Road in North Charleston. Planet Fitness anchors the property, which totals 106,518 square feet. The 23-tenant center was 94.6 percent occupied at the time of sale. Other tenants at the property include Dollar General, Harbor Freight Tools and Save-A-Lot. The center has undergone renovations and tenant improvements totaling $4 million within the past two years. Allyssa Paragano and Ani Paulson of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller and procured the buyer in the transaction. 

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SAN DIEGO — San Diego-based Jack in the Box has announced plans to open 15 restaurants in Georgia, marking the first entry into the state for the fast-casual brand. According to a press release from the company, the new sites have not yet been selected, but plans include a focus on the Macon, Augusta and Savannah markets. A franchisee will own and operate the restaurants. Jack in the Box also recently announced a commitment to 30 new locations in Florida. 

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ATHENS, GA. — Landmark Properties has neared completion of City Food Hall within 19,681 square feet of retail space at The Mark Athens, a student housing development by Landmark Properties near the University of Georgia campus. The food hall will feature 10 chef-driven food concepts, a full-service bar, two state-of-the-art golf simulators and a variety of interactive games. The location is expected to open in fall 2025. Whitney Spangler and David Martos of Colliers International represented Landmark Properties, and Jason Hurst of Colliers International — who has since joined the team at CBRE — represented City Food Hall in the leasing transaction. The Mark Athens was developed in phases in 2017 and 2022. The community offers 1,364 beds of student housing; over 50,000 square feet of retail space; and 46,427 square feet of office space, which is 92 percent occupied by Landmark Properties’ corporate headquarters.

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DALLAS — Netflix will open an entertainment venue within an anchor space at Galleria Dallas, a 1.9. million-square-foot shopping center in Dallas. Dubbed Netflix House, the establishment will feature immersive experiences, retail offerings and food-and-beverage concepts. Construction is currently underway on two floors of the property to house the venue, which is scheduled to open in fall 2025. According to Netflix, the venue will occupy a former department store space and span more than 100,000 square feet. MetLife Investment Management owns Galleria Dallas, and Trademark Property Co. manages the property.

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HOUSTON — Five retailers and restaurants have debuted their new venues at Post Oak Plaza in Houston. Luxury mattress retailer Saatva and appliance provider Bosch/Thermador/Gaggenau have respectively opened a 4,000-square-foot store and 14,777-square-foot showroom at the 503,000-square-foot center. In addition, restaurants Local Foods (3,016 square feet), Tacodeli (2,883 square feet) and Rakkan Ramen (1,856 square feet) are now open. Locally based developer Levcor owns Post Oak Plaza. These tenants were announced in April and November 2023.

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ROSEVILLE, MINN. — Woodhouse Spa is scheduled to open at Rosedale Center in the Twin Cities suburb of Roseville in July. The luxury brand will open Minnesota’s only upscale spa, according to a news release. Rosedale Center, a 1.1 million-square-foot shopping center, recently welcomed tenants Lululemon, Anthropologie, Warby Parker, Hollister and Shake Shack. Dick’s Sporting Goods is slated to open in October. Holly Rome and Lane Walsh of JLL represented ownership in the lease with Woodhouse Spa, which operates more than 80 spas across the country. The Rosedale location is owned and operated by local resident Amy Adams.

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MERCED, CALIF. — Matthews Real Estate Investment Services has arranged the sale of 3110 R Street, a retail strip center in the San Joaquin Valley city of Merced. The asset traded for $5.8 million, or $828 per square foot. The retail center is occupied by corporate-guaranteed tenants, with Chipotle and Panera Bread occupying the end-cap storefronts. Chipotle recently extended its lease for an additional 10 years. Clay Smith of Matthews represented the seller in the transaction.

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MONROE, LA.— Marcus & Millichap has brokered the $10.5 million sale of The Plaza One Shopping Center, a retail center located at 2810 Louisville Ave. in Monroe. Super 1 Foods anchors the property, which totals 96,765 square feet. The center was fully leased at the time of sale. Zach Taylor and Philip Levy of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, a Texas-based private investor, in the transaction. Steve Greer assisted in closing the sale as the Louisiana broker of record. 

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PORTAGE, WIS. — Brisky Net Lease has brokered the $3.6 million sale of a Festival Foods-occupied retail property in Portage, a city in central Wisconsin. The single-tenant, net-leased grocery asset is located at 2915 New Pinery Road along US Highway 51. Brian Brisky of Brisky Net Lease represented the seller, a REIT. The buyer was also a REIT. Festival Foods, a family-owned company, operates roughly 40 locations in Wisconsin.

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SOUTHGATE, MICH. — Embers Coffee Co. has signed a 4,500-square-foot retail lease at Southgate Shopping Center in Southgate, a southwest suburb of Detroit. Embers will serve coffee roasted by Rootless Coffee of Flint, Mich. The coffee shop is slated to open this fall at 13627 Eureka Road. Greg Hornby of Friedman Real Estate represented the tenant in the lease. The landlord was undisclosed.

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