Winick Realty Group Markets Rare Toms River Center Availabilities on Behalf of Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp.
Winick Realty Group Senior Vice President Tyler Bennett has been named the exclusive broker for two rare retail availabilities at Toms River Plaza, one of the most successful regional shopping centers in Ocean County, New Jersey.
Bennett received the prestigious assignment from Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. He is marketing two vacant storefronts, offering a rare opportunity to join such cotenants as Kohl’s Department Stores, Super Foodtown, Modell’s, Five Below and Carter’s. The 3,000-square-foot availability, a former pizzeria, is restaurant ready and Bennett is seeking to fill the site with a fast casual food tenant, among others. The other measures 6,900 square feet and for this site, Bennett is seeking a merchandise or apparel user. Two large prominent pylon signs are available with these retail stores. Both can be seen from the Garden State Parkway, offering additional and invaluable visibility.
“Though the Toms River market has seen many changes through time and new developments, there is nothing that can replace the Toms River Center,” said Bennett. “The Center has withstood the test of time and has always had a strong tenancy with a high occupancy rate. This is arguably the best shopping center in the market and I am honored to represent the two available storefronts on behalf of Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp.”
Anchored by Super Foodtown and Kohl’s, the 251,000-square-foot Toms River Center is positioned off of exit 82A of the Garden State Parkway with visibility not only from that main thoroughfare but also Main Street and Route 37, the main east-west corridor through Toms River, which is home to the only regional mall in all of Ocean County. Toms River has a strong daytime population thanks to the courthouse and many office buildings, which are located immediately south on Main Street. More than 78,399 cars pass through the trade area each day, including more than 55,000 vehicles on Route 37 and 23,000 cars on Main Street.
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