New England Retail Properties, Inc. has expanded its leasing and development services to specialize in healthcare spaces. Medical bricks and mortar has been expanding across the New England market and transitioned from “medical parks” to prime retail centers, often next to a grocery stores, banks, and coffee shops like Starbucks.
Why? Doctors and health systems want to be front and center and have access to large parking fields and traffic lights. Thankfully, medical tenants have been vital in backfilling shopping center spaces. Your local grocery anchored center will likely be home to an urgent care operator, dentist, and physical therapist in 2019.
NERP’s Development division has experience with complex ownership structures, high intensity water and other utilities usage, and high price per square foot construction costs to handle ground up development projects.
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The Plaza Azteca Mexican restaurant chain is moving its Manchester location from a standalone building on Slater Street to former Bertucci’s spot on the north side of the Buckland Hills mall.
The Virginia-based restaurant group announced Wednesday that, due to the high cost of lease renewal and the need for renovations at the Slater Road address, management had no choice but to look for other options and found a willing partner in the Shoppes at Buckland Hills, about a half-mile down the Buckland Hills Drive commercial corridor.
Company officials said they’ve agreed to lease a space at 194 Buckland Hills Drive, Suite 1052, the former Bertucci’s location.
Plaza Azteca, which has occupied a corner lot opposite the Manchester Best Buy since 2009, thanked the town for its support over the last 10 years and said it remains committed to serving its “family” of customers at [...]
The current Dunkin’ Donuts to the west would be closed and the new Dunkin’ at 1825 Meriden Waterbury Turnpike would replace it, Cassidy said. The current franchisee could not be reached for comment.
The beverage and baked goods chain has been rebranding since early in 2018, including its decision to drop Donuts from its name. In February, Dunkin’ opened its first NextGen restaurant in Quincy, Mass. and according to company filings, the chain expects 1,000 NextGen restaurants per year. “The launch of our next generation concept store marks one of the most important moments in Dunkin’ Donuts’ growth as an on-the-go, beverage-led brand,” said Dave Hoffmann, president of Dunkin’ Donuts U.S. and Canada.
The one-story building would have a footprint of 2,016 square feet and shared access to the movie theater’s driveway and sidewalk. The developers are proposing 22 parking spaces and two drive-through lanes. One [...]