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New Frozen Yogurt Shop To Open In Landfall

By Jamaal O'Neal, posted Apr 26, 2012

A yogurt franchise new to the Wilmington market will be making its appearance in the Landfall shopping center.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt will soon occupy space in the 130,000 square foot retail center at 1319 Military Cutoff Road.  

The frozen yogurt currently has 144 stores open nationwide, and plans to open 88 more stores in the near future. 

The Landfall Center location is slated to open in May of 2012, according to a news release.

Mike Brown, a broker with Wilmington-based Cape Fear Commercial represented the landlord, while broker Hank Miller with Cape Fear Commercial represented the tenant.

Store owner Dennis J. Quaranta said he is very excited about his store opening and had a “great experience working with Cape Fear Commercial and Hank to find a location for his store.”

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt joins the current retail and restaurant tenants of Landfall Center, that includes Unleashed — a new pet store, Food Lion, Dollar Tree, Lovey’s Natural Foods & Café, Havertys, Terrazzo Trattoria Restaurant and nine outparcels.

Brown said he is pleased to welcome the new tenant.

“Since taking over leasing and management for Landfall Center at the beginning of 2012, we have been working hard to improve the tenant mix of the center, and to find ways to allow them to be increasingly successful and maximize their investment,” Brown said in a news release.

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