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Woodmont acquires and promises to re-energize New Orleans area center

Al Urbanski
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New owner Woodmont will install a new leasing initiative at Village at Northshore in Slidell, La.

The Village at Northshore in Slidell, La., has just gotten itself a new lease on leasing, promises its new owner.

The Woodmont Company, a Dallas-based developer and third-party property manager with a history of re-energizing retail properties, has acquired the 144,638-sq.-ft. center and pledges that it will immediately begin to transform it with new retailers and restaurants, as well as more events and improved customer service.

“The Woodmont Company is committed to serving the community of Slidell and the surrounding area by providing a premier shopping experience and atmosphere,” said Grant Gary, president of brokerage services at Woodmont.

Woodmont represented itself in the acquisition of the center, stating that its location adjacent to the Northshore Boulevard exit off I-12 made it a nucleus for retail, restaurants, and hotels. It is shadow-anchored by a Walmart Supercenter, Sam’s Club, Home Depot, and Aldi’s.

The Village at Northshore is anchored by Marshall’s, JoAnn’s, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, and Boot Barn.

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