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to make secure

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a central cohesive source of support and stability

a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute

fix firmly and stably

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secure a vessel with an anchor

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Residents in attendance at Netherton Social Club were even more scathing, with some asking what the contingency plan would be if an anchor tenant isn't secured, while others questioned whether a retail scheme was ever going to be viable, suggesting a leisure development could be the right option for the town.
The commercial objective of the keep open clause is simple, landlords want all shops in its centre, especially its anchor tenants, open for business and trading for the advertised opening hours to attract as much footfall and passing trade as possible.
Kate Howe, assistant director of SDG said: "There has been a lot of interest and we are in negotiations with an anchor tenant who we are hoping will take up a substantial element of the site.
To be honest, something like this will not only be an anchor tenant for Arena Central - it is potentially an anchor tenant for Birmingham."
SPRINGFIELD - The proposed redevelopment of Gateway Mall could spell an end to the city's long-standing but little-known authority to approve so-called "anchor tenants" looking to open in the mall.
Signs on 13 of 32 storefronts in Meadows Square, an older center along Congress Avenue in Boynton Beach, read "Space Available." Business is down for the shops that stay open, said Ruben Sarkisian, co-owner of a shoe repair shop inside the Meadows Square, and this is especially true in plazas that have lost their anchor tenants. Waterways general manager Peter Citrin said a large anchor tenant prompt shoppers to come to the plaza in the first place, whereas smaller businesses tend to benefit from incidental spending once a customer is nearby.
Bakerview Square has announced that Charter College will be a new anchor tenant in the latest phase of the commercial development.
More recently we presented scheme drawings to the council demonstrating how the site could look if an anchor tenant could be found.
Simply defining an anchor tenant in today's market is tricky.
The anchor tenant at a major shopping centre in Newport has been secured, its developers have announced.
They secured the assets and succeeded in attracting Bombardier Aerospace, Florida aircraft repairer Wood Group Turbopower and their anchor tenant. Voyageur Airways, to set up shop in three renovated hangars.
of Little Rock has signed on as anchor tenant for five years.
Liverpool retailer David Wade-Smith will be the anchor tenant when his pounds 1m new furnishing venture The Room Store opens in The Colonnades this Easter.
According to Marcia Hanscom of the Wetlands Action Network, "Dream Works had served as Playa Vista's anchor tenant, and helped the developers get financial and political support." CONTACT: Wetland Action Network, 29170 Heathercliff Road, Suite 1, Malibu, CA 90265/(310)457-0300.
is the latest anchor tenant for the new College Grove Center in San Diego, according to Vestar Development, the new owner/developer of the center.