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live coverage anchored by Brit Hume and Catherine Crier.
Non-grocery anchored retail developments are also gaining presence.
Piedmont Peachtree Crossing is anchored by Kroger and includes Cost Plus, Binders Arts, Washington Mutual, Eye Gallery, Starbucks, Jamison Shaw Hairdressers and a range of local tenants and is currently 100% leased.
Upon full completion, this new format retail centre will total approximately 293,000 square feet of leasable area anchored by Home Depot (retailer owned), which opened for business in January 2006, a national supermarket chain (retailer owned) and Galaxy Cinemas.
The center is anchored by a Publix supermarket, includes tenants such as CVS, Dollar Tree and Chick Fil A and is 93% leased.
This site is complementary with its existing Wal-Mart anchored centre, RioCan Warden a 232,000 square foot new format retail centre which is tenanted by national retailers such as Winners, Future Shop, Mark's Work Wearhouse, Reitmans and The Shoe Company.
The phase will be anchored by Costco and Home Depot (both tenant-owned), and will be tenanted by, amongst others, Winners, Linens N Things, Michaels, Golf Town, Petsmart, Royal Bank and TD Canada Trust.
In Tampa, Florida, Forest City announced that the 700,000-square-foot The Shops at Wiregrass, which is currently under construction, will be anchored by Florida's first prototype, stand-alone JC Penney store.
The center (at I-57 and Jonesboro Road in McDonough) is anchored by a 115,396-square-foot BJ's Wholesale Club and Belk, the nation's largest privately owned department store chain.
Mega Centre Notre Dame in Laval will ultimately comprise 700,000 square feet anchored by (user-owned) retailers Super C (Metro Richelieu) and Zellers.