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Beachwood, Ohio -- DDR Corp. said Thursday that six new national tenants will occupy former Borders locations in Puerto Rico, New Jersey, Georgia, Ohio and Missouri.
PetSmart's newest Puerto Rico store will be located in the former Borders location at Plaza Escorial, a 636,000-sq.-ft. power center in Carolina, anchored by Walmart, Sam's Club, Home Depot, Old Navy and Caribbean Cinemas. In 2010, DDR introduced PetSmart to Puerto Rico and this store marks the fourth PetSmart location in a DDR center on the island.
In New Jersey, BuybuyBaby will open a new store in the former Borders location at Nassau Park Pavilion, a 1.1 million-sq.-ft. power center in Princeton that includes a Walmart, Sam's Club, Target, Home Depot, Wegmans and Kohl's.
In Mays Landing, N.J., Books-A-Million assumed the former Borders lease at Wrangleboro Consumer Square, an 843,000-sq.-ft. power center anchored by Target, Kohl's, BJ's Wholesale Club, Dick's Sporting Goods, Michaels, Ulta and Old Navy.
In Atlanta, at Johns Creek Town Center, a 306,000-sq.-ft. power center, Stein Mart will open in the former Borders location. The center is anchored by Kohl's, PetSmart and Michaels.
Ulta will open in the former Borders location at Uptown Solon, a 183,000-sq.-ft. power center located in Cleveland. Ulta will join Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, Talbots Outlet and Pier 1 Imports.