Levin identified an underutilized parcel of land adjacent to the St. Georges Crossing site and spearheaded its off-market purchase. Leveraging the center’s location and strong roster of anchor tenants – including ShopRite, P.C. Richard & Son, PetSmart and Pier 1 Imports – we successfully secured a lease with T.J.Maxx. We then obtained site plan approval and built a new, 23,000-square-foot free-standing building for the off-price fashion retailer.
T.J.Maxx opened at St. Georges Crossing in Fall 2015, to a long line of waiting customers. Our creativity enabled us to seize an opportunity to bring another nationally recognized anchor tenant to the fully leased, 340,000-square-foot Middlesex County shopping center. This chain of events underscores our firm’s ongoing effort to elevate and maximize competitive positioning for client properties, and resulted in a real win for St. Georges Crossing. In short, it solidified the property’s position in the marketplace for many years to come.
St. Georges Crossing’s mix of retail, restaurant and service tenants also includes Bertucci’s restaurant, Wine Country, Verizon Wireless, European Wax Center, Visionworks and Taco Bell, among others. Most recently, Blu Alehouse signed on to replace a long-time restaurant tenant at St. Georges Crossing. The upscale American restaurant and sports bar will open in 2016.