LIVINGSTON, NJ—The owners of the Livingston Town Center- Onyx Equitiesand Lubert-Adler - have amped upactivity of late, inking eight lease deals at the65,780-square-foot mixed-use shopping center.

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The leases totaled 20,336 square feet at the property, locatedat the crossroads of North Livingston and East Mount Pleasantavenues.

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“Since acquiring Livingston Town Center approximately two yearsago, Onyx and joint venture partner Lubert-Adler have repositionedthe property by implementing a number of upgrades to improvetraffic flow, image and shoppers' experiences,” says JoelDicker, Onyx Equities' senior vice president of retailleasing and development.

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Constructed in 2006, the center is part of a master-plannedresidential and commercial development. The residential componentof the development, The Gables, is comprised of 32 townhomes, 24condominium flats, seven attached townhomes and 17 single-familyhomes.

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The new lease deals included a 3,253-square-foot lease withAnthony's Coal Fired Pizza.Studley Assistant Director JustinKorinis represented the tenant in the transaction.Little Gym, an experimental learning and physicaldevelopment center for children, signed on for 3,871 square feet atthe center. Hopkins, Sampson & Brown VicePresident and Sales Associate Randee Stolarrepresented the tenant in the deal.

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Other deals announced by Onyx include: ChocolateWorks, which inked a 2,034-foot deal; KellerWilliams Realty, which signed on for 3,244 square feet;Elite Nails, which signed a 3,068-foot deal, and7-Eleven, which signed a lease for a2,463-square-foot store.

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The Goldstein Group Vice PresidentMatthew Flath represented Chocolate Works. KellerWilliams Realty Livingston Director SanderLefkowitz represented the brokerage firm in its lease atthe property. Ryan Glastein, a sales associatewith The Goldstein Group handled discussions for Elite Nails. TheGoldstein Group Executive Vice President LewFinkelstein represented 7-Eleven.

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Onyx also announced deals with Yamaha Music,for 1,194 square feet and with 16 Handles, aself-serve frozen yogurt store chain, which has a 1,209-square-footlease at Livingston Town Center.

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John Jordan

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