Katz & Associates’ Marty Hennessy has represented Pet Supermarket in a lease for a new store in Ocala, Florida, and the Katz team is seeking many additional sites for stores that would open in 2022.
The new Ocala Pet Supermarket store (7,540 SF) is located in Marion Shopping Center and is slated to open in August 2021.
Marty Hennessy and David Emihovich manage the Katz & Associates Pet Supermarket team including Jon Cashion, Paige Eber, CCIM, and Daniel Solomon, CCIM, for the stores in Florida. Julie Gardner manages Katz’s Pet Supermarket work in the Carolinas and Georgia. Molly Marcum and Marty Hennessy handle Katz’s Pet Supermarket work in Alabama and Tennessee.
Since Katz & Associates started working with Pet Supermarket in 2009, Katz has completed over 100 leases for the pet superstore retailer that provides a comprehensive product selection and top-notch services at a great value.
“It’s been a pleasure working Pet Supermarket, a leading pet specialty chain, over these past 12 years,” said Marty Hennessy, President, Katz & Associates. “We’re excited about the new Ocala store and we’re looking forward to securing additional sites in 2021 and beyond.”
Contact Katz & Associates with sites in grocery-anchored community centers and freestanding locations.
With over 200 locations in seven states, the prototypical Pet Supermarket stores are 6,000 to 7,000 SF, and offer pet food and supplies, grooming services, self-serve dog wash stations, vaccination clinics, and more. www.petsupermarket.com.
Katz & Associates began operations in January of 1996. They currently maintain offices in New York City, Boca Raton, Charlotte, New Jersey, Nashville, and Orlando. Katz & Associates assists retailers, restaurants, and landlords in every facet of retail real estate including strategic planning, market analysis, lease negotiations, investment sales, portfolio analysis, and dispositions. The team is helmed by a dynamic management group and driven by experienced advisors who are well respected in the industry and invested in their respective communities.