Tuesday, March 31, 2015

BREAKING: New Retailers Announced at Newport Pavilion

The four new retailers will join Noodles and Company in "Space 35."
Inland Real Estate has announced four new retailers that are set to join the lineup at Newport Pavilion.


European Wax Center, Massage Envy, The UPS Store® and Domino’s will soon open their doors in the 337,300-square-foot power center.    

“Bringing these four national retailers to Newport Pavilion enhances the tenant mix and brings the occupancy to nearly 100%,” said Mike Fitzgerald, vice president and director of leasing for Inland Real Estate Corporation. “As our expansion continues, we are committed to bringing diverse and successful retailers to our shopping centers.”

The signing of these four leases leaves just one 3,390-square-foot space available at Newport Pavilion.

Inland Real Estate Corporation’s joint venture with PGGM completed its purchase of Newport Pavilion in October 2014. The 337,300-square-foot power center is well-positioned off I-471, just minutes from downtown Cincinnati and features an outstanding tenant lineup, such as Kroger, TJ Maxx, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Michaels and PetSmart. IRC continues to expand its presence in the Cincinnati area and other Ohio markets, where it now has ownership interest in a total of seven retail assets. 

6 comments:

  1. Domino's? I guess this means they will be leaving their established location in the Fort Thomas Plaza.

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  2. Domino's, Wax Center, Massage....ugh whay couldn't they bring some decent businesses to the area, something people will use. Or nice places to eat.

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  3. How do you always know everything about Newport Pavilion? LOL

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  4. Sorry, cheap "pizza" and a UPS store don't get the blood moving. Gotta admit that the massage parlor and wax job emporium have a certain humor to them based on old Newport, but this is almost April Fools worthy.

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  5. So is that two business from the Ft. Thomas Plaza?

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  6. Good to see a local European wax distributor, I have always hated going all the way to Europe every time I needed wax. American wax just doesn't have the same quality as the European stuff.

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