Sierra Trading Post to open in Exton, PA
Exton, PA (Chester County) – October 27, 2017 – Waters Retail Group (Kennett Square, PA), Southeast Pennsylvania’s premier development, management, leasing, and brokerage firm, in conjunction with Metro Commercial Real Estate, has leased 17,850 square feet in the former Sports Authority space in the Fairfield Place Shopping Center to Sierra Trading Post. Sierra Trading Post, which was purchased in 2012 by TJX Companies, Inc. (parent company of such retailers at TJ Maxx, Marshall, HomeGoods and HomeSense), sells outdoor recreation, fitness and adventure gear and apparel, along with footwear, clothing, and home decor. Kevin Lahn represented the Landlord in this transaction and Glenn Marvin represented the Tenant. Sierra Trading Post is scheduled to open Spring, 2019.
About Fairfield Place Shopping Center
Fairfield Place is located at the intersection of Route 100 and Swedesford Road, across from the Exton Square Mall, in Exton, Pennsylvania. Fairfield Place is a 307,000 square foot Shopping Center anchored by T.J. Maxx, Toys R Us, Staples, Ross Dress For Less, HomeSense, Giant Food, Ulta, Carter’s, Men’s Wearhouse, Rack Room Shoes, Dress Barn, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Panera Bread and Fulton Bank. Chop House Grill recently signed a lease for the former TGI Friday’s restaurant. For more information please visit Fairfield Place, or contact Kevin Lahn at 610.388.6600.
About Waters Retail Group
Waters Retail Group is a commercial real estate development, management, leasing, and brokerage firm located in Southeast, Pennsylvania. Waters Retail Group manages and leases 25 neighborhood shopping centers throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia. Collectively, we manage over 2.8 million sq. feet of retail space, catering to the needs of over 380 tenants. Please visit our website at waters.docker.