NJ BIZ’s Joshua Burd focuses on Fort Lee this week reporting on Tucker Development’s Hudson Lights.
The first piece of Tucker Development’s major redevelopment project in Fort Lee isn’t slated to open until late this year, but the firm has already leased some two-thirds of the retail component of what will be known as Hudson Lights.
The developer has leased more than 60 percent of the 143,000-square-foot retail component, Tucker announced Monday. Along with the eight-screen, 533-seat movie theater known as iPic, its previously announced anchor tenant, the project has attracted 11 other retailers and businesses to its site at the base of the George Washington Bridge.
Those tenants include CVS, which will occupy 13,494 square feet, along with food establishments Tanzi Restaurant, Paris Baguette, Gaonnuri Restaurant, Anthony Franco’s Pizza, and 16 Handles, according to a news release from the Highland Park, Illinois-based developer. The roster also includes apparel shop Shesmiss, Capital One Bank, New Bank, European Wax and Tutti Nail and Spa and real estate firm Coldwell Banker.