Barnegat 67 Phase II Getting Ready to Break Ground

Nov 14, 2018
Photo by: Ryan Morrill New retailers will join Barnegat 67’s first retail tenant, Dollar Tree, which celebrated its grand opening at the complex in September.

New York-based Extell Development Co. has announced that Phase II of the Barnegat 67 Town Center, a new residential and retail complex in Barnegat Township, is ready to break ground and has commenced retail pre-leasing.

On the heels of Phase I, which is now partially open, Barnegat 67 will welcome additional commercial tenants to occupy the remaining 50,000 square feet of retail space, serving as an extension of the residential amenities available at the 13-acre complex.

“We are pleased to welcome a variety of new tenants to Barnegat 67,” said Moshe Botnick, AVP of Development at Extell Development Co. “We are excited to be delivering a vibrant complex that will offer a seamless and convenient lifestyle for future residents and also serve as a new dining and shopping destination for Ocean County locals by the end of this year.”

Several new tenants have inked deals during Phase I of retail leasing, introducing a variety of health, fitness, convenience, and dining options to Barnegat 67. Health and fitness tenants include an ophthalmology and optometry office, Susskind Almallah Eye Associates; BSR Physical Therapy; and Planet Fitness. Dining options include Mama Rosa, Jersey Mike’s, Pan Asia and Dunkin Donuts. Additional service options include Wells Fargo and EMD Tax and Financial Services. These retailers join Barnegat 67’s first retail tenant, Dollar Tree, which celebrated its grand opening at the complex in September.

Botnick said upon completion of retail leasing for Phase II, Barnegat 67 will feature 100,000 square feet of retail space along with a built-in consumer base of 151 age-restricted apartment rentals. Ranging from one to two bedrooms, the homes in the four-story complex offer highly crafted finishes that can be previewed in a model unit located onsite. He said Barnegat 67 will also offer 20,000 square feet of highly programmed indoor-outdoor rooftop amenities, as well as a 10,000 square foot public plaza equipped with an amphitheater for community programming and shaded seating for dining, solidifying the complex’s role as a consumer destination in Ocean County.

— Eric Englund

ericenglund@thesandpaper.net

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