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New retailers fill redeveloped New Jersey center


Target, HomeGoods, and Petco will be opening this month at Closter Plaza, a Whole Foods-anchored center in Closter, New Jersey, undergoing a complete redevelopment.

Owner Edens has stated it is “re-energizing” the 208,337-sq.-ft. center with tenants possessing greater appeal to affluent local residents. The developer reports that the average household income within a five-mile radius of the center is $134,000.

Chic workout chains Orangetheory, CycleBar, and The Bar Method will be opening at Closter in 2017, in line with Eden’s plan to make it the region’s top fitness destination. Cosmetics shop Bluemercury and Laveli salon will add to the appeal for upscale women. New food and beverage options including Bareburger, Distrito, and Village Whiskey will also be part of the new lineup.

Edens reported that Closter Plaza will also be one of the first U.S. locations for Cinemex Movie Theater, a Mexico City-based chain.

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