A rendering of The Corner Shoppes, a planned 10,000-square-foot strip center in Lincoln Park and Wayne — Courtesy: Vita & Vita Realty Corp.
By Joshua Burd
A developer has taken the wraps off two new ground-up retail projects at busy intersections in northern New Jersey.
The firm, Vita & Vita Realty Corp., announced last week that it has filed plans to develop a 10,000-square-foot strip center in Lincoln Park and Wayne. Known as The Corner Shoppes, the property will sit at the intersection of Route 202 and Comly Road and front the existing 60,000-square-foot Lincoln Park Plaza, which is anchored by Ace Home Center & Hardware.
Vita is also developing a third phase at its 55,000-square-foot County Plaza, which sits at the intersection of Route 10 and Dover-Chester Road in Randolph, the firm announced. The project, which is anchored by CVS and a two-story medical arts center, is adjacent to County College of Morris County.
The Fairfield-based developer detailed the projects last week alongside other new developments, including a 69,000-square-foot Giant Food in State College, Pennsylvania, and a plan to subdivide and backfill a shuttered Kmart store in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.