News

Noteworthy news about New England Development and our diverse portfolio of properties
Media coverage of New England Development’s many projects keeps retailers, partners, communities, and customers informed of NED’s accomplishments, accolades, and community activities.

News organizations across the country are sharing the excitement of New England Development's new projects, new retailers, and new shopping and dining opportunities.  Articles in the Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel announce store openings and concerts at Palm Beach Outlets, readers of the Washington Post learn about the exciting new shops and restaurants arriving at Ronald Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport, and devotees of Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler hear regularly of Nantucket Island Resorts’ many awards and accolades.

This is but a small sampling of the news coverage garnered by New England Development and our family of companies. A curated selection, below, provides a glimpse into articles and television coverage being published about our projects, people, and partnerships.

April 3 2014
In the news

Target Inks Deal for University Station

(Boston Business Journal - April 3, 2014)

Target has signed a deal to open a store next March in Westwood as part of the new University Station development.

The 135,000-square-foot store will be located on University Avenue, between Route 129 and Canton Street. The store will include fresh food offerings that will compete with Wegmans, the 130,000-square-foot supermarket that is also slated to open next year.

April 1 2014
Press releases

Aldo Lamberti Trattoria Opens at Philadelphia International Airport

PHILADELPHIA — April 1, 2014 — A local landmark name in Italian cuisine and seafood has arrived at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). On April 1, Aldo Lamberti Trattoria celebrated its grand opening in Terminal C.         

Owned and operated by restaurateur Aldo Lamberti, the airport location joins an impressive lineup of restaurants, including Positano Coast, Caffe Aldo Lamberti and Lamberti’s Cucina. The PHL location will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Passengers can expect high-quality, fresh Italian cuisine including pizza, sandwiches and more.

January 23 2014
Press releases

Palm Beach Outlets Creates Retail Jobs

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA (January 23, 2014) –More than 5,000 people attended Palm Beach Outlets’ January job fair to apply for 1,500 full and part time jobs, a certain indicator of the economic impact of Florida’s newest outlet center.    Nearly 100 retailers were on hand at Northwood University’s West Palm Beach campus to interview candidates for management and sales associates positions that are being filled by Palm Beach Outlets retailers prior to the February 14th Grand Opening.

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