Bayonne Crossing – Bayonne, NJ
A 350,000 SF power center located on Route 440 in Bayonne, NJ. Anchored by Lowe’s Home Improvement, Wal-Mart, New York Sports Club and Michaels. Bayonne Crossing is also home to Longhorn Steakhouse, T. G. I Fridays and many national and retail restaurant tenants. After opening the project in 2010 and leasing it to a 100% occupancy, the project was sold at an aggressive cap rate in 2012.
City Station – Troy, NY
A 400,000 SF mixed-use center with retail, fitness, restaurants and student housing. This project is located in an untapped market with the best anchor in the City Of Troy has to offer, RPI. Cameron leased to multiple national tenants and overcame typical tenant objectives.
Fashion Mall—Plantation, FL
Cameron acquired Fashion Mall in Plantation, Florida as its first project in 2001. With an eye on expense reduction and income increase Cameron was able to reposition the shopping center with new retail and office tenants. In 2005 Cameron sold the project doubling the value to an unsolicited buyer.
Fingerlakes Crossing – Auburn, NY
Developed 400,000 SF power center anchored by Home Depot, Kohl’s and Dicks. Located directly across from New York State’s only Bass Pro Shop. Leased at 91% occupancy upon Cameron sale of the property in 2016.
Fingerlakes Mall—Auburn, NY
The Fingerlakes Mall is situated just south of the New York State Thruway in the heart of the New York State Fingerlakes region. Cameron successfully completed a redevelopment for Greg Greenfield and Associates as a third party client for leasing services. The redevelopment included New York State’s only Bass Pro Shops along with 25 new tenants. GG & A was able to sell the project for a 7¼ cap just 3 years after they signed Cameron for leasing services.
Mall at Whitney Field—Leominster, MA (formerly known as the Searstown Mall)
GG & A hired Cameron Group to reposition Mall at Whitney Field. After bringing several new tenants to the project GG & A was able to refinance the shopping center stabilizing the asset just 3 years after acquisition.
In 2001, Cameron purchased the JCPenney property at the Eastland Mall and repositioned it into multi-tenanted building anchored by Burlington Coat Factory. Cameron sold the property in 2005.