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Coro Realty Advisors Welcomes Salons By JC and Rockler to Sandy Springs Crossing

ATLANTA, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Coro Realty Advisors will welcome Salons By JC and Rockler to Sandy Springs Crossing Shopping Center, Coro's 133,324 square foot retail development at the intersection of Roswell Road NE and Abernathy Road.  The center is anchored by LA Fitness and additional tenants include Gwinnett College, Bride Beautiful, and Nori Nori Japanese Restaurant.

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Salons By JC, a leader in the salon suites industry, has signed leases for two new locations at Sandy Springs Crossing shopping center in Sandy Springs, GA. and at Alpharetta Crossing shopping center in Alpharetta, GA, both owned by Coro Realty Advisors. These new locations will be Salons By JC's first locations in Georgia.  Rockler Companies, Inc. is a 55 year old family-owned business that promotes the craft of woodworking. It is one of the largest on-line resources for woodworkers and has a chain of stores across the country.

Patti Pearlberg, Partner of Coro, noted, "the revitalization of Sandy Springs Crossing began with the introduction of LA Fitness to the property and is moving forward with addition of these 2 great tenants.  Rockler has operated in the Sandy Springs market for many years so we are thrilled we can accommodate their need to expand.  Salons By JC will bring a whole new level of service to the personal care industry in Sandy Springs."

Coro Realty Advisors, LLC represented the landlords, SSC Abernathy L.P. and ALG Limited Partnership in both transactions. Sarah Williams with SRS Real Estate Partners represented the tenant, Salons By JC, in both transactions.

For more information on Rockler please visit:  http://www.rockler.com/
For more information on Salons by JC please visit:  http://www.salonsbyjc.com/

Coro Realty Advisors, LLC was founded in 1997 and is synonymous in Atlanta and the Southeast with intelligent real estate development and investment.  The firm provides Investment, Asset Management, Leasing and Property Management for a myriad of residential and commercial properties throughout the Southeastern United States.

For more information on Sandy Springs Crossing please contact:

Teresa Pastore
Coro Realty Advisors, LLC.
3715 Northside Parkway
400 Northcreek – Suite 100
Atlanta, Georgia  30327
(404) 846-4000
www.cororealty.com

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