By Joshua Burd
The Goldstein Group, a Paramus-based retail brokerage, announced it has placed a national fitness operator in a shopping center some 10 miles over the New York state line.
The deal has brought Retro Fitness to an 11,660-square-foot space at the Pacesetter Shopping Center on Route 202 in Pomona, the brokerage said in a news release. The operator now joins a complex that is anchored by Stop & Shop and also includes Dollar Tree, Chase Bank, Subway and others.
Scott Milich, sales associate with The Goldstein Group, handled the transaction on behalf of landlord Pacesetter/Ramapo Associates and on behalf of the tenant.
“Fitness enthusiasts continue to seek quality gyms like Retro Fitness to satisfy their desire for a healthy and enjoyable place to exercise,” Chuck Lanyard, president of The Goldstein Group, said in a prepared statement.