The new Harbor Freight Tools at the Hampton Plaza Shopping Center in Hampton — Courtesy: The Goldstein Group
By Joshua Burd
A discount tool and equipment retailer has leased some 18,000 square feet at a Hunterdon County shopping center, under a new deal brokered by The Goldstein Group.
The real estate services firm represented Kere Associates, the landlord at 17 Hampton House Road in Hampton, in the transaction with Harbor Freight Tools. The new store at the Hampton Plaza Shopping Center is now among more than 900 nationwide for the Calabasas, California-based retailer.
The Goldstein Group Executive Vice President Lew Finkelstein, Vice President C.J. Huter and Sales Associate Roy Paret represented ownership. Marcus Bourn and Andrew Connolly of Newmark Knight Frank represented the tenant.
Other tenants at Hampton Plaza include Staples, Modell’s, A.C. Moore, KFC and T-Mobile.