Situated on 14.4 acres, the 135,090-square-foot center is located at the intersection of Perrineville and Prospect Plains roads. It is anchored by a Super Stop & Shop and is 95% occupied.
“With the nearest supermarkets located approximately 5.5 miles away in South Brunswick and East Windsor, Concordia Shopping Center is the dominant community retail center in an area that continues to experience significant residential growth,” Peter Miller, sales associate at Old Bridge-based RJBCO, said.
The property, which was built in 1995 and renovated in 2004, boasts a mix of local retail, restaurant, personal care and professional tenants including Wells Fargo, Monroe Wine & Spirits, Verizon Wireless, The UPS Store, Mrs. Kumar’s Homestyle Indian Cuisine and more.
“In tandem with KPR’s plans to make aesthetic improvements to the property, we will be working to round out the mix to better meet the needs of the community, including the addition of more regional and national tenants,” Danielle Brunelli, president and principal of RJBCO, said. “We’re already talking to a variety of prospective tenants and are excited about the activity that’s been created. Currently, just four spaces are available, ranging from 813 to 5,998 square feet.”