The owners of the defunct Toys R Us chain have sold the retailer’s former 621,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in Wayne, brokers with CBRE announced.
A children’s gymnastics business has leased 2,650 square feet at a Wayne shopping center, bringing the 30,000-square-foot property to full occupancy.
Donnelly Construction has completed an overhaul of a former restaurant space in Wayne, where an upscale, indoor firing range has opened for business.
Enterprise Rent A Car is slated to open a new refurbishment facility in Wayne after agreeing to lease 14,000 square feet, brokers with The Goldstein Group said Monday.
A developer is moving ahead with plans to raze and redevelop an aging retail property in Wayne, paving the way for a new 79,540-square-foot ShopRite that will open next fall.
Saddleback Real Estate Developers has inked three new leases at industrial properties in northern New Jersey.
New Jersey industrial landlords have inked a flurry of big-box leases in recent months, Cushman & Wakefield said, driving nearly 9 million square feet of deal volume during the third quarter.
Four New Jersey stores will be among more than 80 shuttered Toys R Us and Babies R Us locations that will be auctioned in late September as part of the retailer’s ongoing bankruptcy proceedings.
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Nearly 30 remaining Toys R Us stores in New Jersey are among more than 700 that will likely close or be sold nationwide, as the chain succumbs to a decline fueled by competition from e-commerce and its crushing debt burden.