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Groundbreaking for Seaman's.

Ground was broken this month for a new Seaman's Furniture store at an 11-acre strip center in Ocean County's Brick township, which formerly housed a major Rickles retail facility.

The 25,000 SF Seaman's store represents the first new construction at the site, according to Starwood Heller, LLC, the Edgewater, N.J.-based developer that acquired the property in late 1998. The store, which replaces a former auto parts outparcel, is expected to open to the public next spring.

Already open in the reconverted space within the 90,000 SF former Rickles facility are Bob's Stores and Bed, Bath & Beyond. An additional 12,300 SF of retail space remains available in the building.

"Tenants are attracted by the property's excellent location at the intersection of Route 70 and Chambers Bridge Road, convenient to a large population base," said Leonard Peres, executive vice president of Starwood Keller. "The existence of two regional shopping malls across the street should foster cross-over business, while onsite parking for more than 500 cars will accommodate retail traffic."
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 22, 2000
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