“We consistently heard from Fall River residents that they wanted to bring the theater back,” said Steven Cohen, president of the CEA Group told the Fall River Herald.
“We spoke to several national theater companies that were interested in opening in this location, but we were most impressed with the Picture Show team.”
In addition to the excitement of a brand new movie theater, the 110 Grille is an American Cuisine restaurant that is a must in this area of the city. Unlike the other franchises in the area, 110 Grille is a fairly new restaurant, with the first one opening in 2014 in Chelmsford. Since then it has opened seven restaurants in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with two more opening soon in Haverhill and Braintree. The Ulta Beauty that was announced this past May had locals ecstatic about the beauty company finally getting a SouthCoast location. Ulta Beauty is a store that sells high-end cosmetics, fragrances, skincare and haircare products at prices that can only be considered a steal! The biggest store to open at the SouthCoast Marketplace though is definitely the Market Basket. This giant supermarket has some of the best prices you can find, and now locals don't have to drive all the way to New Bedford to get the deals! Other shops and restaurants announced for the Marketplace include T.J. Maxx, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Santander Bank, One Dollar Zone, Starbucks and Staples.The marketplace is expected to open sometime this Fall!Interested in real estate and what is happening in the Greater Fall River area? Be Sure to subscribe to our blog below. And feel free to comment! We love hearing from you!
The scam goes like this: you’ll receive an email that appears to be from an individual legitimately involved in the transaction, informing the recipient-- often the buyer--that there has been a last minute change to the wiring instructions. The victims of this scam follow the new instructions and wire funds directly to the hacker’s account. The scammer’s account will be cleared out in a matter of minutes and the money is almost always lost forever.
This time of year is one of the busiest for agents when it comes to closing on homes, so this is exactly the time of year that we tend to see an increase in this type of scam. Though none of EZ Home Search’s clients or agents have been involved in the scam, we like to inform our buyers just in case.
If you do find yourself in the middle of this email scam, there are ways to prevent yourself from being a victim. These tips include:
If possible, do not send sensitive information via email. If you must use email to send sensitive information, use encrypted email.
Never click on any links in an unverified email. In addition to leading you to fake websites, these links can contain viruses and other malicious spyware that can make your computer – and your transactions – vulnerable to attack.