- Deerfield Towne Center Nearing Full Occupancy
- Monday, November 8, 2004
- Seven New Stores Added to Center Line-Up
- Cincinnati, Ohio — Seven new stores, totaling 25,000 square feet, will open in Deerfield Towne Center by December 1. According to Lewis Taulbee, Deerfield's property manager, the seven new tenants include Abuelo's Mexican Food Embassy, Bankhardt's Luggage and Gifts, I Love Cincinnati Shoppe, Kay Jewelers, Missy & Jack, Nothing But Noodles, and Ovation. Of these seven stores, four are unique to the Cincinnati market: Abuelo's, Missy & Jack, Nothing But Noodles and Ovation. Deerfield Towne Center is a 415,472 square foot lifestyle center located in northeast Cincinnati. It opened in August of 2004 and is now 93 percent leased, with only two storerooms available for lease. As the first Abuelo's Mexican Food Embassy in Cincinnati, this upscale Mexican restaurant will serve top-quality food in an old-world-style atmosphere. Abuelo's is scheduled to open November 15. Also opening its doors November 15 is Bankhardt's Luggage and Gifts. A Cincinnati tradition for over 100 years, Bankhardt's sells luggage, leather goods and gifts for both business and travel. Opening December 1, I Love Cincinnati Shoppe specializes in embroidered apparel, gift baskets and souvenirs that feature Cincinnati and its local professional and college sports teams. Kay Jewelers joins Deerfield Towne Center on November 12 as a recognized name in fine jewelry and is currently the only jewelry store in the center. Projected to open December 1, Missy & Jack is a new fashion boutique providing clothes and accessories from New York to Paris to India. Nothing But Noodles also makes its Cincinnati debut at Deerfield Towne Center. This unique restaurant is currently open and serves made-to-order noodle dishes in a fast, casual setting. Beginning November 11, consumers can find top-of-the-line audio, video and computer products for low prices at the first Ovation in the Cincinnati area. The seven new stores join Deerfield's existing tenants, including Borders Books & Music, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Wild Oats and Dicks Clothing & Sporting Goods, in one of northeast Cincinnati's most affluent and desirable communities. It is located just off Interstate 71 on Mason-Montgomery Road. Deerfield Towne Center is a lifestyle center jointly developed by Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate, Inc. and Casto. Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate, Inc. is a nationally prominent developer of lifestyle centers based in Cincinnati. They have nearly five million square feet of commercial real estate property, including Rookwood Commons & Pavilion, another lifestyle center in Cincinnati. Casto, a fully integrated real estate organization since 1926, is a recognized leader in the ownership, management, acquisition and development of commercial shopping centers and multi-family residences, office buildings and corporate parks. Casto's growing portfolio currently includes over 19 million square feet of commercial property and nearly 7,000 residential units located primarily throughout the midwestern United States and southwest Florida.
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