Nail salon Noble Nails has leased 1,200 square feet at Summit Plaza in Hackensack, becoming the latest tenant to join the diverse retail lineup at this key Bergen County shopping destination. The 100,000-square-foot retail property is owned and managed by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. Noble Nails is slated to open this September.
Stephanie Greco of The Greco Realty Group negotiated the lease on behalf of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises.
Summit Plaza represents the third nail salon location for this business owner, according to Greco. “Summit Plaza is a very strong and well-established community shopping center,” she said. “The addition of Noble Nails brings an exceptional service-oriented business to our existing co-tenancy. Another nail salon thrived at Summit Plaza for many years and our shoppers missed having this service conveniently available to them. We are confident that Noble Nails will enjoy tremendous success here.”
Summit Plaza’s outstanding demographics and access to major highways were an upside to this tenant. Noble Nails will offer patrons a range of nail care services including manicures and pedicures. “The shopping center’s location and co-tenancy were attractive to me,” said Louis Wang, owner. “I’m excited to open Noble Nails at Summit Plaza and look forward to providing affordably-priced nail services in a friendly environment to those who live and work in the community.”
Located at 370-380 West Pleasantview Ave. at the intersection of Route 17, Summit and West Pleasantview avenues, Summit Plaza is anchored by a 62,000-square-foot Super Stop & Shop. The center’s smaller tenants include TITLE Boxing Club, Great Expressions Dental Centers, United Tae Kwon Do Center, Juicy Platters, Harmon® Face Values®, GNC, Payless ShoeSource, RadioShack, Dress Barn, The UPS Store, as well as typical neighborhood services such as a dry cleaner and a pizzeria.
Summit Plaza is located in the heart of Route 17’s retail corridor near Routes 4, 46 and 80, and surrounded by 14 towns within a three-mile radius. The center serves a growing residential population of more than 100,000 people within a two-mile radius and a daytime population of more than 66,000 people within the same two miles. The marketplace offers a median household income of about $80,000.
One 1,450-square-foot retail space – suitable for a restaurant or phone store tenant – remains available at Summit Plaza.
“Summit Plaza, with a 62,000-square-foot Super Stop & Shop and a strong tenant mix to support it, remains a prime Bergen County shopping destination,” said Jerry L. Barta, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ vice-president/director of leasing and marketing. “The addition of Noble Nails fills a niche for area shoppers and is a perfect complement to the center’s already diverse lineup of retailers, service providers and food-oriented tenants.”