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Multiple Restaurant Deals Announced With Stage 2 Commencement

As eating establishments open today for outdoor dining, marking the beginning of Stage 2 of the state’s reopening plan, the Goldstein Group, a leading provider of retail real estate services, announced multiple restaurant deals throughout New Jersey. They include:

  • Dunkin Donuts and Jersey Mikes leased 2,300 square feet at 475 High Mountain Road, North Haledon in a deal brokered by Marc Palestina executive vice president and Roy Paret, sales associate for The Goldstein Group, representing the landlord, Overlook Properties, LLC, and the tenants.
  • Hook & Reel Restaurant took 4,200 square feet in Elmwood Park Shopping Center, 100 Broadway, Elmwood Park. The lease was brokered by Neil Goldstein, principal for The Goldstein Group, representing the landlord, RD Elmwood Associates LP. Stephan Miller of Welco Realty represented the tenant.
  • Mamouns Falafel leased 2,000 square feet space at Rutherford Commons at 150 Route 17, East Rutherford. The deal was brokered by Lew Finkelstein, executive vice president and CJ Huter, vice president for The Goldstein Group who represented the landlord, Urban Edge, in conjunction with Gary Krauss from Pierson Real Estate who represented the tenant.
  • Popeyes leased 2,400 square feet at 345 Essex St., Hackensack in a deal that was brokered Chris Conway, director and Patrick Brake III, sales associate, for The Goldstein Group who represented the tenant, in conjunction with James Malki of J. Michaels Realty who represented the landlord, Prtaik & Priti, LLC.
  • Slim Chickens leased a former Roy Rogers at 39 Route 31, Flemington. The 3,000 square feet restaurant space transaction was brokered by Lew Finkelstein, executive vice president, CJ Huter, vice president, Christopher Conway, director who represented the Landlord, Flemington FC LLC. Marc Palestina, director for The Goldstein Group represented the tenant, Slim Chickens – Jersey Boyz Management.
  • Brothers BBQ leased a former 8,000 square foot Macaroni Grill restaurant at 900 Route 17, Ramsey. Chuck Lanyard, president and Marc Palestina, director for The Goldstein Group represented both parties.
  • Harlees Tap & Grill leased 3,584 square feet at Village Shopping Center, 1260 Springfield Ave., New Providence. CJ Huter, VP, Lew Finkelstein, executive vice president and Chuck Lanyard, president represented both parties.
  • Red’s Biergarten Restaurant leased 7,372 square feet at 5 Easton Ave., New Brunswick. The deal was brokered by CJ Huter, vice president, Lew Finkelstein, executive vice president who represented the tenant. Greg Medvin of Pierson Commercial represented the landlord, The Parking Authority of New Brunswick.
  • Poke/ Fresca Bowl took 1,700 square feet at 117 Adams St., Brooklyn in a deal brokered by Chris Conway, director, Rich Curran III, vice president, and Patrick Brake III, Sales Associate for The Goldstein Group, who represented the tenant. Max Swerdloff of Rae Leasing LLC represented the landlord, 117 Adams Owner LLC.
  • Burger King leased a former 3,500 square foot Taco Bell at 940 Bloomfield Ave., West Caldwell. Chris Conway, eirector and Rich Curran III, vice president for The Goldstein Group represented the tenant. Jason Pierson of Pierson Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord, Mundelein Development Corp.

The Goldstein Group is a leading full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm, specializing in owner representation, retailer representation, investment sales and management services. The firm, founded in 1986, represents over 12 million square feet of retail space and numerous national and regional retailers and restaurants.

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