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ANCHOR. A measure containing ten gallons. Lex, Mereatoria.

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"HubSpot is a growing company that has shown a tremendous commitment to Portsmouth, and we're thrilled that the company will be the anchor tenant at the McIntyre if the project moves forward and secures the necessary approvals," said Michael Kane of The Kane Company.
The new timescale relies upon the exchange of contracts with the anchor tenant and agreement with the supporting retailers by the end of May, so that construction can start this autumn.
The new timescale relies on the exchange of contracts with the anchor tenant and the agreement of terms with the supporting retailers by the end of May, so that construction can start this autumn.
Despite being granted outline planning permission in 2012, no anchor tenant of "sufficient standing" has been found.
The company said in its disclosure that SM Hypermarket will be the lead anchor tenant in the mass-housing developer's first shopping-mall venture located near Manila's port area.
While not on the servicer's watchlist, Fitch flagged the largest loan in the pool, RiverTown Crossings Mall, as FLOC due to concerns regarding anchor tenants.
Commenting on the agreement, Moustafa Moussa, executive director of Juma Al Majid Group's Properties division, said: "Having Lulu Supermarket as our anchor tenant will not only add value to the residents of the mixed-use development, but will also cater to the needs of nearby residents and businesses."
"Having the 27,000-sq-ft LuLu supermarket as our anchor tenant will not only add value to the residents of the mixed-use development, but it will also cater to the needs of nearby residents and businesses," stated Moussa, after signing the deal with Salim MA, the director of LuLu Group International, in the presence of senior company officials in Dubai.
Having LuLu Supermarket as our anchor tenant will not only add value to the residents of the mixed-use development, but it will also cater to the needs of nearby residents and businesses."
It may only be an anchor tenant who will be able to negotiate dispensing with a keep open clause, or to limit its effect.
"We need to get the anchor tenant sorted before we start building.