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DSW Joins Tenant Lineup at New Parsippany Center

DSW is joining the tenant roster at Waterview Marketplace, the 150,150-square-foot shopping center in Parsippany, NJ that RD Management plans to open in the first quarter of 2019. The footwear retailer is leasing 19,292 square feet at the new center.

“DSW is the fourth major retailer to sign a lease at Waterview Marketplace in the past two months,” said Richard Birdoff, principal and president of RD Management. “Alongside our partners at JMF Properties and Ripco Real Estate, we are forging full-steam ahead towards the completion of this vibrant retail destination.”

DSW will join Whole Foods Market, Ulta Beauty, Orangetheory Fitness, Homesense, Shake Shack, B.GOOD and The Paper Store at Waterview Marketplace once it’s completed. Ripco is handling leasing at the center, which has additional anchor opportunities and in-line spaces available for lease.

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