Three retailers sign leases for Jersey City shopping center

The Twin City Shopping Center in Jersey City has added three new tenants, according to real estate services firm Levin Management Corp.

The North Plainfield-based retail specialist said in a news release that children’s entertainment center Kidz Village, fast-food staple Taco Bell and wireless retail and repair store have all opened at the 94,000-square-foot center.

“Existing customers from the Bayonne/Jersey City area asked us to bring Kidz Village to Hudson County, and we are excited to open at Twin City Shopping Center,” Angela Medina, Kidz Village’s owner and manager, said in a prepared statement. The indoor play business has existing locations in Kenilworth and Woodbridge.

Levin is the exclusive leasing agent and manager of the grocery-anchored strip-style shopping center at the intersection of Garfield Avenue and Broadway.

“Twin City Shopping Center’s demographics and location — just off the New Jersey Turnpike — are very attractive,” Rupal Patel, who owns the multilocation franchise with her husband, Nirav Mehta, said in a statement.