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Godwin plaza in New Jersey to undergo renovation


Midland Park, N.J. – The 22,000-sq.-ft. Godwin Plaza mixed-use center is to undergo a major renovation and repositioning beginning in the second half of this year. The center was purchased in 2014 by Accordia Realty Ventures of Fairfield, New Jersey with the intention of transforming it.

“Midland Park is a terrific community, said Jason Bogart, principal of Accordia. “We see the demand for new retail space in the market. As such, we plan to make a major investment in the center and reposition it as The Shoppes at Godwin in order to best serve this need.”

Plans include a full façade renovation, including new storefronts, entryways, glass and signage. Plans for the second floor include a similar, complete upgrade to the existing apartments. The parking lot will be resealed and restriped, and expanded from 100 to 120 spaces. Accordia will re-landscape the property and plans to add outdoor seating. Tenants will receive new “vanilla box” spaces having new HVAC, and electric.

Space available ranges from approximately 800-sq. ft. to 7,000 sq. ft.Accordia has hired Ripco Real Estate Corp. to assist with leasing.

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