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Goldstein to lease new Village retail

President Chuck Lanyard of The Goldstein Group, a provider of retail real estate brokerage services in New Jersey, announced that the firm has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for Glenwood Village at 200 Glenwood Avenue in Bloomfield, NJ.

The 64,000 s/f mixed-use town center, which will be anchored by a Foodtown Supermarket, will be ready for occupancy in the Spring of 2015.

The upper floors of the center will feature over 220 apartment units.

The 64,000 s/f mixed-use town center will be anchored by a Foodtown Supermarket.
The 64,000 s/f mixed-use town center will be anchored by a Foodtown Supermarket.

The property is a prime retail site located adjacent to the Bloomfield Train Station that accommodates approximately 250,000 passengers annually. It is located at the signalized intersection of Bloomfield Avenue, Glenwood Place and Washington.

“With the Bloomfield Train Station located adjacent to the property in addition to the site being anchored by Foodtown Supermarket, the center will feature a steady flow of daily foot traffic making it a desired retail site in the area,” said Lanyard.

Executive vice president Lew Finkelstein, and vice president Matthew P. Flath will be representing the property on behalf of the landlord, Bloomfield Center Urban Renewal.
Bloomfield is a township located in Essex County New Jersey that boasts a population of over 47,000 residents.

It is 18 miles west of New York City with convenient access to Route 80, the Garden State Parkway, Route 78, Route 1 and the New Jersey Turnpike.

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