Size: 146,792 SFThe goal for Waterview Marketplace in Parsippany, NJ was to create a lifestyle destination that appeals to the area’s residents and employees. Developed by RD Management in partnership with JMF Properties and RIPCO Real Estate, the brand-new, 146,792 SF shopping center is now the community’s premier one-stop location for everyday necessities. It’s situated in Morris County within a high-density and high-inc
Over the past few years, as the retail industry experienced a significant transformation, a new age of retail has emerged to meet consumers’ shift in shopping preferences. Retail bankruptcies and closures have created new opportunities for shopping centers to reinvent themselves and combine different uses to become one-stop shopping destinations.
Shopping center owners have come to realize that success lies in a diverse tenant mix that offers multiple draws such as grocery,
MILFORD, MA — RD Management LLC, one of the nation’s largest privately held real-estate development and management organizations, has signed a lease with Skechers at its Milford Crossing shopping center in Milford. The American lifestyle and footwear retailer will occupy 6,130 s/f in the 158,759 s/f center and opened July 18. Atlantic Retail’s, Brian Roache, represented RD Management in this lease. Stephen Grafton of SRG Retail Advisors represented Skechers.
BAYONNE, NJ — JMF Properties, RD Management LLC, and Accurate Builders and Developers announced that the joint venture partnership has closed on a 14-acre site on the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY). The closing paves the way for the development of 651 luxury rental residences.
A fall groundbreaking is planned for the property, which is located on the southwest portion of the terminal peninsula, along Goldsborough Dr., with views of the Bayonne Golf Club ac
Throughout the years, shopping center owners have had to overcome various changes in consumer shopping habits and interests from the first-ever online purchase and the discovery of subscription services to the explosion of the health and wellness culture. In order to stay ahead of the curve, shopping center owners and developers have to remain flexible and ready to react to these evolving trends.
One way that retail owners have been able to capture and retain today’s shoppe