By Joshua Burd
Nearly a dozen restaurants have committed to new locations in New Jersey as part of a series of newly announced transaction by The Goldstein Group.
The retail real estate services firm this week announced more than 36,000 square feet of leasing activity in northern and central New Jersey, with tenants including fast food chains, fast casual operators and sit-down restaurants. The deals are as follows:
- Dunkin Donuts and Jersey Mike’s leased 2,300 square feet at 475 High Mountain Road in North Haledon. The Goldstein Group’s Marc Palestina and Roy Paret represented the landlord, Overlook Properties LLC, and the tenants.
- Hook & Reel Restaurant took 4,200 square feet at the Elmwood Park Shopping Center at 100 Broadway in Elmwood Park. The Goldstein Group’s Neil Goldstein represented the landlord, RD Elmwood Associates LP, while Stephan Miller of Welco Realty represented the tenant.
- Mamoun’s Falafel leased 2,000 square feet at Rutherford Commons at 150 Route 17 in East Rutherford. The Goldstein Group’s Lew Finkelstein and CJ Huter represented the landlord, Urban Edge Properties, while Gary Krauss of Pierson Commercial represented the tenant.
- Popeyes leased 2,400 square feet at 345 Essex St. in Hackensack. Chris Conway and Patrick Brake III of The Goldstein Group represented the tenant, while James Malki of J. Michaels Realty represented the landlord, Prtaik & Priti LLC.
- Slim Chickens leased a 3,000-square-foot former Roy Rogers space at 39 Route 31 in Flemington. Finkelstein, Huter and Conway represented the landlord, Flemington FC LLC. Palestina represented the tenant, Slim Chickens – Jersey Boyz Management.
- Brothers BBQ leased an 8,000-square-foot former Macaroni Grill restaurant at 900 Route 17 in Ramsey. The Goldstein Group’s Chuck Lanyard and Palestina represented both parties.
- Harlees Tap & Grill leased 3,584 square feet at Village Shopping Center at 1260 Springfield Ave. in New Providence. Huter, Finkelstein and Lanyard represented both parties.
- Redd’s Biergarten leased 7,372 square feet at 5 Easton Ave. in New Brunswick. Huter and Finkelstein represented the tenant, while Greg Medvin of Pierson Commercial represented the landlord, the New Brunswick Parking Authority.
- Burger King leased a 3,500-square-foot former Taco Bell at 940 Bloomfield Ave. in West
- Conway and Rich Curran III, also of The Goldstein Group, represented the tenant. Jason Pierson of Pierson Commercial represented the landlord, Mundelein Development Corp.
The brokerage firm also announced that it represented Poke/Fresca Bowl in a 1,700-square-foot lease at 117 Adams St. in Brooklyn. Conway, Curran and Brake completed the assignment, while Max Swerdloff of Rae Leasing LLC represented the landlord, 117 Adams Owner LLC.