PRLog (Press Release)
- Mar. 6, 2013 -
Crossroads Companies LLC has signed a new retail lease agreement for 1,750 square feet at Riverfront Plaza in Hackensack, N.J. with RCD Frozen Treats. The store will operate as a franchise of Go Greenly, which utilizes eco-friendly products to prepare and distribute more than 20 flavors of frozen yogurt.
Situated at 500 South River Street in the heart of the seat of Bergen County, Riverfront Plaza is a 130,000-square-
foot neighborhood shopping center anchored by ShopRite. Other national retailers and service providers at the center include Chase Bank, GNC, H&R Block, KFC, Radio Shack, Subway, Supercuts, Taco Bell, and Verizon Wireless.
"Riverfront Plaza, with one of the highest volume ShopRite stores in Bergen County and a strong tenant mix to support it, has emerged as a prime shopping destination,"
said Stephen L. Hittman, president and founder of Crossroads Companies. "The 1,750 square feet that Go Greenly will occupy was the sole vacancy available for immediate occupancy, and we are especially pleased to welcome a tenant that is clearly focused on being eco-friendly,"
added Al Giglio, owner's representative.
Just 12 miles from Manhattan, the location is served by a vast transportation network that includes Routes 4, 17, 46 and I-80 and nearly 50 bus and rail lines linking directly to New York City, Newark and Jersey City. The average income within a two-mile radius is $71,279, and the population of nearly 80,000 triples during business hours because of Hackensack's role as the seat of New Jersey's most populous county.
The signing of Go Greenly follows two other recent leases at Riverfront Plaza. Previously, Crossroads Companies had signed separate agreements totaling 7,250 square feet with Hilti, a hardware retailer, and HSHS Liquors.
Crossroads was established in 2001 as a real estate development company specializing in supermarket-
anchored shopping centers. The company, based in Mahwah, N.J., owns, leases and/or manages a portfolio of approximately 700,000 square feet of shopping centers. Crossroads also provides third-party real estate and consulting services.Photo: