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Creative Sewing signed a lease at Sprout Brook Shopping Center on Route 17 in Paramus.
Neighbors say the shopping centers proposed at Avenue S and Tierra Subida Road would add traffic, noise and crime to their rural neighborhood where people keep horses and which doesn't even have sidewalks or streetlights.
The shopping centers would be on the only exit route out of the 5,000-home Anaverde community now under construction on former cattle-grazing land in southwest Palmdale.
19 in a store in the shopping center at Orchard Village and Lyons Avenue, where they aired concerns, developed a united strategy for warding off the market and floated hopes of attracting a tenant they could embrace.
In addition, the company acquired the Washington Bridge Shopping Center, 2151 Lemoine Avenue in Fort Lee, N.
In 2000, Palmdale citizens voted 65 percent to 35 percent in a referendum on a zone change for a shopping center on 47th Street East including a Wal-Mart, which supermarket employee union members fought as a threat to their jobs.
This is set to change over the next few years as several new shopping centers, providing sound investment opportunities in terms of their lease and financial structures and their management set-up, come onto the market.
The Palmdale shopping center's developer, Stan Rothbart, is the same developer who established the Palmdale Promenade shopping center on Avenue P, about a mile from the Wal-Mart Supercenter site and The Place at 47th Street shopping center in east Palmdale.
The entire project has been designed to minimize the impact of the expansion on nearby homes, and to improve the appearance and functionality of the entire shopping center.
Most businesses in the Westridge shopping center opened without much fanfare two months ago, but the 50,000-square-foot Albertson's building remains locked.
Sussman's honor the shopping center industry endowed The Albert Sussman Chair in Real Estate at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a frequent lecturer.