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Glimcher Realty Trust
180 East Broad Street
Glimcher Realty Trust (GRT) is an integrated real estate investment trust (REIT). The Company owns, leases, acquires, develops and operates a portfolio of retail properties consisting of enclosed regional and regional malls (Malls) and community shopping
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Manager's Office :: Jersey Gardens
www.jerseygardens.com, 8 Feb 2015 [cached]
THE OUTLET COLLECTIONÂ® | JERSEY GARDENS ANNOUNCES STORE OPENINGS FOR SPRING 2014 :: 03/19/2014 :: The Mills at Jersey Garden, Elizabeth, NJ
www.jerseygardens.com, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
According to Denise Palazzo, General Manager, "These new stores continue to grow our impressive lineup of premium brand stores that our shoppers desire.
GLIMCHER ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETED REDEVELOPMENT OF THE OUTLET COLLECTION | JERSEY GARDENS :: 10/29/2013 :: The Mills at Jersey Garden, Elizabeth, NJ
www.jerseygardens.com, 29 Oct 2013 [cached]
We are also fortunate to have such a strong partnership with the City of Elizabeth, which has been instrumental in our continued growth," says Denise Palazzo, general manager of the mall since its opening in 1999.
Shop and Share to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims :: 09/22/2005 :: The Mills at Jersey Garden, Elizabeth, NJ
www.jerseygardens.com, 22 Sept 2005 [cached]
"Jersey Gardens continues to be committed to giving back to our community, and that includes our newest residents who have been displaced by the hurricane", said Denise Palazzo, General Manager.
Exit 13A marketing program launches :: 07/19/2004 :: The Mills at Jersey Garden, Elizabeth, NJ
www.jerseygardens.com, 19 July 2004 [cached]
The Jersey Gardens outlet mall is one of the businesses in the partnership."Jersey Gardens is thrilled to be a part of this innovative marketing program," the mall's General Manager Denise Palazzo pointed out."We are confident that by teaming together, we can make a positive impact on millions of potential visitors in the tri-state area."