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Thursday, July 1, 2021

Newport on the Levee Announces Local Yoga Studio; Opens Two Concepts in Gallery Building

The Trade Building at Newport on the Levee. 

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Yoga flows, trendy clothes and over 100 beef jerky flavors are joining the retail experience at Newport on the Levee, the mixed-use destination fronting the Ohio River. Wellness and yoga community Sage will open a multi-discipline studio at the mixed-use destination this fall. Annabelle Arthur Boutique and Beef Jerky Experience will open today at Trade™ in the reimagined Gallery Building.

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“Each of these local concepts bring something new and unique to the Levee, but one thing they all have in common is a desire to enhance the overall guest experience,” says Regan Noppenberger, leasing representative at North American Properties (NAP). “Whether it’s through bettering your mind and body, customizing beef jerky to your taste buds or finding an outfit that makes you smile, we’re thrilled to add more brands that perfectly align with our retail vision for the new Newport on the Levee.”

Sage will debut its third location in a 3,200-square-foot studio at the Levee this fall. Located off the valet circle, the space will house a plant-filled, heated yoga studio with a wide range of classes, including vinyasa, yin and power yoga, reformer Pilates, fitness-based and family-friendly classes. The studio will feature state-of-the-art infrared heating panels, a high-end fitness yoga apparel boutique and a sports medicine chiropractor offering sports therapy, needling and acupuncture. Earlier this summer, Sage Yoga was named the new partner for the Levee’s weekly yoga program, Wellness on the Levee, and positive feedback from the community played a significant role in founder Jessica Starr’s decision to secure permanent studio space at the mixed-use destination.

“We’re excited to be a part of the diverse and growing Newport community and I think this commitment demonstrates our optimism for the Levee’s future,” said Jessica Starr, founder of Sage. “We’re looking forward to meeting more of our neighbors and learning how we can create programming and events to address their unique wellness needs.”

In addition, Trade™, the Levee’s revolving retail market, will welcome two new businesses today: Annabelle Arthur Boutique and Beef Jerky Experience. 

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Annabelle Arthur Boutique focuses on fashion that is trendy, colorful, chic and versatile. Suited for women of all ages, the unique and fun pieces are designed to fit a range of body types and inspire confidence. The Levee will serve as the boutique’s first brick-and-mortar location. 
Beef Jerky Experience, a franchise with over 100 locations, brings a new twist to traditional jerky shopping. Guests can experience over 100 different flavors of small batch, high quality jerky from standard beef and wild game to alligator and alpaca.

The community is also invited to enjoy a variety of free, weekly experiences at Levee. Every Tuesday at 6 p.m., put your knowledge to the test with Trivia Night on the Levee in the Bridgeview Box Park. On Thursday evenings, groove into the weekend with Summer Music on the Levee, live music entertainment by local favorites on the Central Plaza. Each Friday morning, relax and unwind with Wellness on the Levee, rejuvenating yoga flows taught by Sage. For more details on the weekly experiences, visit 

Last month, NAP celebrated the completion of the redevelopment of the 380,000-square-foot property into a vibrant retail, restaurant and entertainment hub. Today, the new Newport on the Levee features an active public realm, diverse lineup of local concepts, re-energized Gallery Building and enhanced connectivity with the waterfront, streets and bridges.

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