Capitol Plaza in Ewing — Courtesy: Levin Management Corp.
By Joshua Burd
A fast-casual chicken restaurant has taken 2,200 square feet at a Mercer County shopping center, in one of two newly announced transactions by Levin Management Corp.
Wingstop, a Dallas-based chain, is leasing the space at Capitol Plaza in Ewing. LMC’s Andrea Kyriacou represented ownership in the deal, while JLL’s Marta Villa served as tenant broker.
The aviation-themed restaurant also leased 1,650 square feet at Morrell Plaza in Philadelphia, according to a news release. LMC’s Sidney Singer served as leasing agent for the property, while David Dunkelman from Soloff Realty & Development Inc. represented Wingstop.
“The last several years have seen an influx of dining-tenant leasing at LMC properties and nationwide,” said Stephanie Harris, LMC vice president of leasing. “Fast-casual concepts remain among the strongest players in the restaurant business today. Chains like Wingstop that offer a more direct focus in terms of cuisine — and where food is cooked to order using high-quality ingredients — have proven particularly successful at engaging consumers.”