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RIPCO lands cool customer

 RIPCO Real Estate has been engaged by New Jersey Steakburgers, a franchise of Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, a fast-casual drive-thru restaurant concept with more than 400 locations throughout the United States, to help find another 30 locations throughout Central and Northern New Jersey for the concept. 

This news comes on the heels of Freddy’s first New Jersey location opening in Linden, NJ earlier this month. Located at 810 W Edgar Road (US-1 South) in Legacy Square, the new Walmart-anchored shopping center developed by Cypress Equities.

The highly trafficked corridor along Route 1 and 9 includes Home Depot, Target and Shoprite. The Linden location is now serving guests the brand’s signature unique combination of mouthwatering menu items.

“We are confident that our knowledge and retail expertise in New Jersey will help Freddy’s reach its goal of opening two to three restaurants per year,” said Curtis Nassau, Executive Vice President of RIPCO NJ. “We admire Freddy’s concept, known for quality food and warm hospitality and can help them rollout their brand across New Jersey.”

Nassau, along with RIPCO’s Patrick Brake, is looking for drive-thru locations that can accommodate a 2,600- to 3,200 s/f building. These buildings can be a ground lease, lease, build-to-suit or purchased. 

“I’m incredibly excited to be introducing such an amazing brand to New Jersey and can’t wait for the community to experience ‘The Freddy’s way’ for themselves,” said Ethan Coleman, owner of New Jersey Steakburgers.

“I look forward to building upon the brand’s continued success and to serving the people of Linden and surrounding communities for years to come.”

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