Retail

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.

7-Eleven sells South Jersey store, Goldstein Group says

Convenience store chain 7-Eleven has sold a Camden County location to an investment group, in a deal brokered by The Goldstein Group.

C&W: Highly trafficked North Jersey retail center trades for $19 million

A grocery-anchored shopping center just ahead of the Lincoln Tunnel has a new owner, following a $19 million investment sale brokered by Cushman & Wakefield.

Upgrades to shopping center paying off for Onyx

Onyx Equities is touting the success of its value-add strategy at a Livingston retail center, where it has nearly doubled occupancy since taking over the property in 2012.

Somerset retail center inks lease with T-Mobile

T-Mobile has leased 2,000 square feet at a Somerset County shopping center, Levin Management Corp. said Tuesday.

Massive solar panel skylight coming to Bell Works

Somerset Development has started construction on what will be the latest distinctive piece of its vast Bell Works complex in Holmdel: the largest photovoltaic glass skylight in the United States.

Highway retail site near Monmouth Mall changes hands, Goldstein says

The Goldstein Group has brokered the sale of an 11,200-square-foot Monmouth County retail site and will serve as leasing agent for the property’s new owner, the firm announced Monday.

Snow business: When winter strikes, many top N.J. property owners call on this firm

Lawns by Yorkshire is one of the largest businesses in the state when it comes to snow removal, with a book of business that includes more than 250 acres of parking lots across commercial and residential properties.

Saxum grows portfolio with two downtown acquisitions

A development and investment firm has made new acquisitions in Middlesex and Morris counties, its latest under a recently launched fund for repositioning downtown commercial sites.

Restaurant moves to Woodbridge retail center

A family-owned Pakistani restaurant has leased 6,800 square feet in Woodbridge after outgrowing its space in a neighboring town, Levin Management Corp. said Friday.

Dave & Buster’s coming to Woodbridge, mayor says

Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac announced that Dave & Buster’s will open a location this November at the Woodbridge Center mall. Construction is set to begin this month on the 34,000-square-foot store, which will occupy an upper level formerly used by Sears, now that retailers in the space have been relocated within the mall.