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Retail hits back with axe throwing, coffee, rehab and paradox

A coffee shop, rehab facility, axe throwing bar and custom printer with a penchant for dissing coronavirus have opened new retail locations in Jersey.

JLL just announced it signed the four tenants to 18,809 s/f of new retail space.

Axe throwing venue Stumpy’s Bergen opened a new store in Upper Saddle River; Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy established a new facility in Gillette; PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans leased a new store in Newark, and Custom Ink LLC opened in Westfield.

Stumpy’s Upper Saddle River.

Stumpy’s Bergen, a subsidiary of Stumpy’s Hatchet House LLP, completed a five-year lease for 14,194 s/ft for a new location at 107 Pleasant Avenue in Upper Saddle River.

This is Stumpy’s first Bergen County store and the company’s sixth location in New Jersey. The company opened its Upper Saddle River location, the company’s biggest site yet and the largest axe throwing venue in the country, in September 2019. The firm joins The Gravity Vault as co-tenant at the building.

Conor Ryan and Ryan Bednarski, associates, both with JLL, represented Stumpy’s Bergen. Samuel Bernhaut, first vice president, and Nicole Nannola, associate, with CBRE Inc. represented building owner Northbound Real Estate LLC.

Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy, a division of Ivy Rehab Network, signed a seven-year lease for 2,300 s/f ofor a new location within Valley Mall, 977 Valley Road, in Gillette, N.J. This is the 73rd site in New Jersey for the network of outpatient physical, occupational, speech therapy facilities.

Marta Villa, senior vice president, with JLL represented building owner Croman Development Corp. The tenant was represented locally by Donovan Realty, along with Corey Taber of Equity LLC in Ohio.

PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans secured a 10-year lease for 1,315 s/f at One Theater Square, 2 Center Street, in Newark, its third location in New Jersey.

Marta Villa, and Blake Shanaphy and Conor Ryan with JLL represented the building owner. The tenant was represented by Alyson Horbach, vice president, with Ripco Real Estate LLC and Spencer Bowman, commercial advisor, with Resolut RE, a division of Reliance Retail LLC.

CustomInk, which produces personalized apparel (pictured top), inked a five-year lease for a 1,000 s/f store at 126 Central Avenue in Westfield. This is the custom company’s second New Jersey store. Conor Ryan, associate, with JLL represented the tenant. The building owner, Gator Investments, was represented in-house.

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