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Old Navy, Rally House, Skechers coming to Millville shopping center

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MILLVILLE — Shopping centers have their ups and down keeping stores occupied, but Union Lake Crossing is looking forward to months of good news in that department.

Shopping center owner Irgang Group isn’t ready to disclose full details, but at least five “name” tenants have reached agreements to open here. Most of them already are advertised on the center’s monument entrance sign as “coming soon,” Irgang spokesman Bill Parness said Tuesday.

The new tenants include the following.

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Rally House: The specialty sports merchandise store operates in 13 states and most recently picked Deptford Township for a new site. It has its own line of apparel and other goods along with licensed items representing collegiate and professional sports teams. Stores also customize stock based on where they are located.

Skechers USA Inc.: The California-based chain develops and markets regular and sports footwear, apparel, and accessories for men, women, and children. It has 10 outlets in New Jersey, with the closest in Blackwood.

Inspira Health Network: The hospital system will open physician offices. Inspira needs more space to accommodate customer, staff, and program growth.

Old Navy: The chain has had a store for decades in Vineland, but it will relocate to Union Lake Crossing. Old Navy is a clothing and accessories retailer for men, woman, and children. Its owner is Gap Inc.

Parness said the center also is adding a chain eatery. Its name is not public, yet.

Five Guys, a burger-and-fries chain, opened earlier this year at the center. Crumbl, a cookie bakery chain, is not open but is at work preparing its store.

Other new tenants since 2023 are Cato Fashions and Fun City Adventure Park, both of which are open.

Union Lake Crossing was built in 2006 on about 43 acres on North 2nd Street. Irgang bought it in late 2021 from its developer, Goodman Properties.

Joe Smith is a N.E. Philly native transplanted to South Jersey 36 years ago, keeping an eye now on government in South Jersey. He is a former editor and current senior staff writer for The Daily Journal in Vineland, Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, and the Burlington County Times.

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