The New Jersey retail landscape has changed, but the spending power of its residents hasn’t. Owners of malls, shopping centers and mixed-use projects will continue to adapt and invest in the state.

LMC announces Jersey City lease with indoor playground

An indoor playground operator has leased 14,000 square feet at a Jersey City shopping center, Levin Management Corp. announced recently.

RKF touts 23,000 sq. ft. of retail leasing in downtown Summit

A high-end furniture store and a California-based home décor chain are among the newest retailers in downtown Summit, following a series of leases brokered by RKF.

Teaneck firm touts addition of third-generation executive

A third generation has joined the leadership team at Key Properties LLC, a Teaneck-based developer and real estate management firm.

CBRE announces sale of three Hudson County properties

Three properties in different Hudson County communities have changed hands for a combined $5.5 million, according to brokers with CBRE Group who marketed the buildings.

Net-leased dollar store building in Atlantic County sold for $2.1 million

A developer has sold an 8,060-square-foot retail building in Pleasantville that is net-leased to a national dollar store chain, according to brokers with Marcus & Millichap.

Sports bar coming to TCNJ’s Campus Town, PRC Group says

A sports bar and restaurant chain is expanding from South Jersey and Philadelphia to become the newest addition at Campus Town, the privately built student housing and retail development at The College of New Jersey.

New tenants coming to Halsey Street in Newark, Pierson Commercial says

A fitness operator and a burger chain that is expanding into New Jersey will be among the newest tenants in downtown Newark, following leases brokered by Pierson Commercial.

Advance, DeBartolo set to begin Ledgewood Mall redevelopment

Developers have secured the local approvals needed to begin “de-malling” a mall in western Morris County, paving the way for them to reposition it as a new open-air shopping center.

Wawa building sold in Cape May County, Goldstein Group says

A grocery operator has acquired a former Wawa building in Cape May County and now plans to operate the property as a food market, according to brokers with The Goldstein Group.

The Goldstein Group forms unit focused on mixed-use, urban retail

The Goldstein Group has launched a new division to offer retail leasing and advisory services to urban mixed-use property owners, developers and managers in the region.