Beauty products retailer Ulta Beauty signed for 13,000 square feet, while hair care franchise Sport Clips signed for 1,594 square feet, North Plainfield-based Levin said in a news release.
The commercial real estate services firm’s leasing representative Vanessa Fernandez arranged both long-term agreements at the 128,000-square-foot property along Route 1. David Szabo of BKR Lamar Retail Services represented Ulta, while David Townes of Cushman & Wakefield represented Sport Clips.
Trader Joe’s replaced Barnes & Noble as the anchor of the property in 2016.
“We recognized that carving out a portion of the Barnes & Noble space to accommodate a specialty grocer would better serve the needs of the surrounding community,” Levin President Matthew Harding said in a prepared statement. “We secured a lease with Trader Joe’s, and allocated the balance of the vacant space for additional retail units — at a time of strong demand for well-located, quality retail in the New Jersey marketplace.”