Tattoo studio signs lease for Pennsauken property

A tattoo studio has signed a long-term lease for a retail building in Pennsauken, according to Vantage Real Estate Services.

Vantage said 168 Tattoo has leased the 3,700-square-foot property at 7017 Route 38. The upscale custom tattoo studio is owned and operated by Leah and Rick Fichter.

“I am absolutely in love with the new shop,” Leah Fichter said in a prepared statement. “It’s perfect in so many ways. I will be so proud once the doors open. This building need us and we need it.”

Marlton-based Vantage’s Monica Walsh, executive vice president, represented both the tenant and the landlord, Allen L. Gilber LLC, in the transaction.

“From the bottom of my heart, you have a special place in it, (Monica),” Fichter said. “You have been amazing.”