Thursday, February 13, 2020

PREIT Inks 150,000 SF of Leases at Redeveloped Properties

by John Jordan
Locally-based PREIT reports it has signed more than 150,000 square feet of new leases at four of its redeveloped shopping centers.

A total of more than a dozen tenants will open in the next six months at its Woodland Mall, Willow Grove Park, Plymouth Meeting and Valley Mall properties.
“In an ever-evolving retail environment, our redevelopments continue to attract a unique tenant mix geared toward current consumer preferences that both refresh our properties and improve our portfolio,” says Joseph F. Coradino, CEO of PREIT. “PREIT has been at the forefront of shaping the consumer experience, recently completing several high-impact redevelopments that are expected to fuel growth and create value within the portfolio demonstrated by the continuous addition of high-quality, diverse tenants.”

This year, Sephora, White House|Black Market, Windsor Fashion, Champs Sports and Aeropostale will open at the Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids, MI. Specialty grab-and-go options, Auntie Anne’s and Jamba will also open this spring. The new tenants will bring 20,000 square feet of new retail and dining at the mall.

Woodland Mall opened its expansion wing in October 2019, which resulted in double-digit traffic growth over the recent holiday season.

At the Willow Grove Park Mall located north of Philadelphia, the newly-added Yard House will be joined by new dining and snack options including &Pizza, Häagen-Dazs, and Dunkin’, as well as Studio Movie Grille, which will open this spring. LUSH will also join the tenant roster, further strengthening the property’s retail line-up that includes one of two Bloomingdale’s and Primark locations in the Philadelphia metro.

In first half of 2020 at the Plymouth Meeting Mall in Plymouth Meeting, PA, Sola Salon Studios, Ideal Image and Restore Hyper Wellness and Cryotherapy will complete the open-air plaza connecting the newly-added anchors, DICK’s Sporting Goods and Burlington to the lifestyle wing anchored by Whole Foods.
In Hagerstown, MD, the Valley Mall will welcome Dick’s Sporting Goods this spring, replacing the former Sears space and completing PREIT’s anchor repositioning initiative at the property. Dick’s Sporting Goods will occupy 59,000 square feet and complement the property’s other new and diverse anchor tenants: Onelife Fitness, Belk and Tilt. Regal Cinema will complete its full-scale renovation this year as well, PREIT reports.

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