And the beat goes on... expanded dates for weekend music at Lake Forest Park

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Big Band Night at The Commons

Town Center at Lake Forest Park announced expanded dates for its popular weekend music program, which will kick off on November 1. Concerts will be held on Fridays and Saturday nights at the center’s Commons area.

The concert series is under management by Friends of Third Place Commons, a nonprofit organization founded to manage the Commons community. The program will receive additional financing by Madison Marquette Retail Services (MMRS).

“We are so proud to offer additionally programming for this beloved music program,” said Tory Glossip, Senior General Manager for MMRS. “Working with Friends of Third Place Commons, has been a pleasure and we are confident the program will continue to be highly attended and receive support from the community.”

Town Center at Lake Forest Park, which is managed by MMRS, is a Seattle-area neighborhood center offering a dynamic mix of retail, dining and entertainment options with more than 240,000 square feet of retail space. The center’s Third Place Commons offers more than 800 community events throughout the calendar year.

“The music program has received an enormous outpouring of support from the community and we are thrilled to see it expand,” said Constance Perenyi, Executive Director for Friends of Third Place Commons. “We look forward to continuing our support of local musicians and providing entertainment to the community.”

MMRS provides a full range of real estate services for 20 million square feet of retail and mixed use properties throughout the United States. The company specializes in enhancing the value of retail assets through an integrated approach to leasing, property management, marketing and development services. MMRS has headquarters in San Francisco and Washington, DC and regional offices located in Charlotte, Dallas, Ft. Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego and Seattle.


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