Posts Categorized: South Jersey Retail Space

Discount Grocery Store Opens Location in New Jersey

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market has opened its first New Jersey store. The California-based discount supermarket chain opened in Delran on Dec. 30. It is located at 4004 Route 130. The company said it is planning to open four more stores on the East Coast by the end of March. Opening dates and exact locations have yet… Read more »

New York Investment Firm Picks Up South Jersey Shopping Center

Irgang Group has purchased a 393,000-square-foot shopping center in Millville, New Jersey, its second retail property acquisition in three months. A New York-based real estate investment and management firm acquired the shopping center, called Union Lake Crossing, from Jenkintown, Pennsylvania-based Goodman Properties. Financial terms of the sale were not disclosed. Built in 2006, Union Lake… Read more »

WCRE Completes Sale to Vision Solar in Blackwood, NJ

WCRE is proud to have exclusively Washington Township Real Estate Associates, LLC in the marketing and disposition of 501 Black Horse Pike, Blackwood, New Jersey to M&J Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Vision Solar. 501 Black Horse Pike is an approximately 35,000 SF multi-purpose building situated on +/- 5 acres, situated directly on the heavily… Read more »

Home-improvement chains expand their presence in Mount Holly and Cinnaminson

MOUNT HOLLY – Two home-improvement chains have expanded with new stores in Burlington County. LL Flooring will occupy a 9,600-square-foot store at Fairground Plaza in Mount Holly, while Burlington Design Center will occupy a 3,400-square-foot space at Chestnut Hill Plaza in Cinnaminson, leasing agents say. LL Flooring, formerly known as Lumber Liquidators, sells hard-surface flooring… Read more »

Wawa plans to build new Wawa across the street from a Wawa in Mantua

MANTUA – A Wawa in Mantua is getting a new neighbor — another Wawa. The township’s Land Use Board approved plans Tuesday for a Wawa convenience store and fueling station at Bridgeton Pike and Mount Royal Road. The 5,585-square-feet store would rise across Bridgeton Pike from an older and smaller Wawa that lacks gas pumps. A Wawa… Read more »