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DLC Management Corp. Announces September 2015 Leasing Deals

DLC Logo overlayed on top of Tri-City Plaza in Vernon, CT

(Tarrytown, NY) October 13, 2015 – DLC Management Corporation, a national owner and operator of open-air shopping centers, announces the following new leases that were signed in September of 2015:

Carter’s, 3,747 SF, Fayette Place – [Lexington, KY]

Great Clips, 1,400 SF, King City Square – [Mount Vernon, IL]

The Village Bar & Restaurant, 2,700 SF, Lawrenceville Town Center – [Lawrenceville, GA]

Five Below, 8,000 SF, Levittown Town Center – [Levittown, PA]

Lucky Duck, 1,560 SF, Northern Lights Shopping Center – [Columbus, OH]

Jude’s Carryout, 1,550 SF, Northern Lights Shopping Center – [Columbus, OH]

New Dragon Restaurant, 1,200 SF, Peachtree Parkway Plaza – [Norcross, GA]

Quick-N-Clean Cleaners, 3,755 SF, Penn Station Shopping Center – [District Heights, MD]

Nail Bless, 972 SF, Sprayberry Square – [Marietta, GA]

Creations Barber Shop, 1,300 SF, Tree Trail Village – [Norcross, GA]

Great Clips, 1,500 SF, Union Consumer Square – [Norcross, GA]

About DLC Management Corporation

DLC Management Corporation is one of the nation’s preeminent private retail real estate companies, with expertise in acquisitions, new developments, redevelopments, leasing, and management. Headquartered in New York with regional offices in Atlanta, Bethesda, and Chicago. For additional information about DLC Management and its portfolio, please visit

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Rashawn Jackson Director of Marketing

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Jonathan Wigser


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