Moyer tells GlobeSt.com this week that Fry's signed a 20-yearlease for the 80,000-sf building as well as excess land on which itplans to expand the building to 130,000 sf. Moyer's TMT Developmentis responsible obtaining the necessary building permits. The termof the lease is 20 years. The lease rate was not immediatelyavailable.

Already in the complex are Office Depot, GI Joe's, PetCo, BedMart, Sleep Country and Wicks Home Furnishings, says Mark New ofNew & Neville, which lists all Moyer's available retailproperties. About 60,000-sf still remains to be leased at HaydenMeadows, including the 52,000-sf Best building that has been vacantfor years and 12,000-sf in the development's Meadows Squarebuilding.

The lease deal is good news for Hayden Meadows, which has slowlybut surely been regaining its position in the market. In late 1995,more than a third of the regional mall sat empty after CircuitCity's leap to Jantzen Beach Super Center and bankruptcies bySmith's Home Furnishings and Best. The Builder's Square buildinghas been vacant for the past two or three years, says New.

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